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Treating Gingivitis with Aloe VeraDescription: Gingivitis is a common and mild form of gum disease that causes irritation, redness and swelling (inflammation) of your gingiva, the part of your gum around the base of your teeth. It's important to take gingivitis seriously and treat it promptly. The most common form of gingivitis is in response to bacterial biofilms (also called plaque) that is attached to tooth surfaces, termed plaque-induced gingivitis. Gingivitis can lead to much more serious gum disease called periodontitis (periodontal disease) and tooth loss if not treated early.
Healthy gums are firm and pale pink and fit tightly around the teeth. Signs and symptoms of gingivitis include: Swollen or puffy gums, bright or dark red gums, gums that bleed easily when you brush or floss, bad breath (halitosis), shiny gums, receding gums and tender gums.
The sooner you start to treat your gingivitis, the better your chances of reversing any damage and preventing its progression to periodontitis.
What can I do about Gingivitis?
If you want to treat your condition naturally, or in conjunction with a conventional treatment, you might like to try using our Aloe Vera gel. The gel contains dozens of different nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, sugars, anthraquinones or phenolic compounds, lignin, saponins, sterols and salicylic acid. Often these are the very constituents found in your medication.
How do I use my gel when it arrives?
Use Aloe gel as an 'as well as', not an 'instead of'. The first thing to do is brush your teeth regularly for two minutes at least twice daily — in the morning and before going to bed. Good oral hygiene can begin the process of recovery and prevent or reverse gingivitis.
Take a frozen cube of your gel and allow it to dissolve in a little warm water. Take a few sips and swish/irrigate the liquid around your mouth and teeth for a good minute. Spit the waste out. Do this with half the drink, then drink the rest. Repeat at least once every day, but twice or more is better. Your Aloe mouth cleanser will reduce redness, pain and irritation, as well as deal with any bacteria clinging along the tooth/gum line.
What do I do when my leaves arrive? Just follow these simple instructions.
Please contact me when your condition improves. I really love to hear your stories.
Disclaimer: Aloe Vera is known to be a wonderful cure-all around the world and back again. But it is always best to keep an open mind on both sides of the orthodox and natural remedies debate, and cherry pick the best solution on a condition by condition basis. Natural remedies alone may not always help to cure your condition, especially if there are contributory factors. If the condition worsens or takes longer than anticipated to recover, you are advised to contact your doctor. Normally, your aloe may be used along with any conventional medical treatment offered.
REFERENCES: Evidence studies and research papers.
Here is the evidence that I have found to support the use of Aloe Vera gel in your recovery.