Receding Gums

Discussion in 'Oral Health' started by charlie, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. ecstatichamster

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    no bad effects. I'm drinking more milk now. 3 grams, yes.
     
  2. Atalanta

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    What brand lipo C did you use?
     
  3. ecstatichamster

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    I make my own. It does have a bit of pufa. Soy lecithin.
     
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    @charlie
    Have you reached a solution for your gums yet?

    Id assume its something involving not enough nutrition to back up the higher metabolism.

    Personally oil pulling has stopped the recession of my gums, but, nothing has worked well in fixing the problem.
     
  5. shepherdgirl

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    @bodacious - any luck healing your gum recession with red light? What wavelength were you using?
     
  6. ilovethesea

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    I have some receding as well, but apparently mine was caused by teeth grinding - not any infection or problem in the gums. I can't remember exactly how my dentist explained it, but maybe something to look into? I had no idea that grinding could cause a problem at the gumline!

    Also, grinding is caused by serotonin/bad gut bacteria, and that's my biggest struggle. So it all makes sense now.

    I might get a bite guard fitted to prevent it from getting any worse, but I really need to work on fixing my gut!
     
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    Sounds good!
     
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    Doesn't mouth rinsing MB stain your teeth?
     
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    I read that bentonite clay is rich in silica, which used to be used for heavy-duty cleaning. Clay-brushers: are you confident that it's ok for teeth?
     
  10. tomisonbottom

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    Do you still do oil pulling? How are your gums now?
     
  11. tomisonbottom

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    This is amazing....most people haven't been able to see a definite difference in pockets like this and a lot of sources say it's not even fixable.
    What made you try the C ?
    And how long were you doing this before you saw improvement?

    Thanks!
     
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