You will need
- - a solution of water and hydrogen peroxide
- - a mixture of soda and water
- - decoction of oak bark
- - infusions of chamomile, thyme and sage
Contact your dentist. A visit to a specialist will help to identify the diagnosis, describe treatment and receive the necessary advice. Starting treatment in a timely manner, you will prevent possible complications and save the teeth.
Learn how to brush your teeth. Remove plaque from the teeth with gentle, circular movements at least twice a day (ideally after meals). Use dental floss to remove food particles stuck between the teeth.
Go through the procedure of removing Tartar and removing plaque. A few visits to the dentist will solve the problem of dental plaque and subsequent physiotherapeutic and medical treatments will reduce inflammation.
Reconsider the diet. Increase the intake of calcium and vitamin C in the body. Calcium strengthens teeth, and vitamin C will eliminate the bleeding. Eat raw vegetables and fruits, which create strain on the gums and teeth.
Do a gum massage. With clean hands RUB the gums, placing two fingers from the outer and inner sides of the gums. You can use a clean toothbrush with no hard bristle brush dampened with warm water. After the procedure rinse your mouth with special elixirs or herbal infusions.
Rinse your mouth with special solutions. To remove pathogenic bacteria useful prophylactic rinsing with solutions of water and hydrogen peroxide. A mixture of baking soda and water and RUB gums and teeth, moving from site to site. Soda cleans the teeth and deodorize the mouth. Such procedures cannot be conducted often enough once in a few months.
Use herbal teas and infusions to strengthen the gums. A decoction of oak bark has astringent and firming action, regular, frequent rinses quickly reduce inflammation and swelling in the gums. To cure the gum and to partially remove redness help extracts of chamomile, thyme, sage.