Can Gums Grow Back After Tartar Removal?

“Gums can grow back?” we hear you ask (unless you’ve read some of our other articles, in which case, you’ll know the answer to that.)

We know there’s a lot of contradictory information out there about whether it’s possible to reverse gum recession, but we believe that with the right nutrition and natural gum products, it is absolutely possible for gum tissue to repair and regenerate. 

As we’ve mentioned in some of our other articles, the first thing to do when you first become aware that your gums are receding is to stop them from progressing any further. 

This means first targeting and eliminating the infection. 

Eliminating infection of the gums

When your gums are infected, your immune system is pretty much working on overdrive. It works extra hard to combat the invading bacteria that are continually assaulting the gums, and this puts huge stress on your body’s defenses. 

So the most important thing at this point is to remove the harmful bacteria. As we know, not all bacteria are harmful; some bacteria have an essential role in breaking down and digesting food. But there are some strains of bacteria that organize and reproduce, and start attacking the teeth and gums. These bacteria formations are what cause plaque and tartar (dental calculus). 

Also read: 10 Easy Ways to Boost Your Immune System

What exactly are plaque and tartar?

Plaque is a sticky mat of soft biofilm that builds up on the teeth near the gum line by plaque-producing bacteria.  Tartar on the other hand is made up of hard calcified mineral deposits that are formed within plaque. These mineral deposits are harder than bone and cemented tightly to teeth near the gum line and can only be removed by metal implements.

Also read: Stubborn Plaque: Here’s How To Deal With It

After you’ve paid a visit to your dental hygienist who will be able to remove the tartar for you, you can remove plaque on your own.  Removing plaque not only removes the substance from which tartar can re-form, but it also reduces the bacteria from an organized colony into disorganized and relatively harmless individual bacteria.   

It’s important that you’re removing plaque every day as plaque can start absorbing minerals and transforming into tartar in as little as 24 hours! 

Also read: Why you should never skip a dental cleaning

How long does it take for gum tissue to grow back?

Although replacing the cells of tissue that have died is possible, it can take a long time and is harder to accomplish than restoring the health of gum tissue that is merely inflamed.  Gum recession happens very slowly, typically over a number of years, and will stop getting worse once the underlying cause is removed: periodontal infection, mechanical or chemical irritants, or bruxism (especially at night, which can be helped by using a night guard).

Because reversing the effects of gum recession is an extremely slow process, it may not even be noticeable.  Gum tissue growing back in the gaps between the teeth, however, can happen more quickly, enough to be observed, but the time scale is at least over several months if not longer of being completely free of tartar, gingivitis, and periodontitis. 

Good-Gums powder for Gum Recession

Good-Gums all-natural tooth and gum formula is a natural, herbal formula that can stop gum recession in its tracks. It does this by removing plaque, which, as we mentioned earlier, is critical to the healing process.

Our nutrient-rich, 2 in 1 all-natural tooth and gum powder is crammed with vitamins and minerals that help control the population of plaque-producing bacteria. Included in this herbal concoction are peppermint and cinnamon, which act as antimicrobials, baking soda which counteracts acidity, making the oral environment less favorable for plaque-producing bacteria, and cranberry which helps to loosen plaque for easy removal. 

And if that wasn’t enough, we’ve also added myrrh, French grey sea salt, vitamin C & citrus bioflavonoids. Although every ingredient we use in our tooth powder has its own healing super power, it’s the synergy of these ingredients together that makes Good-Gums so effective at helping your gum tissue start regenerating itself.

What to expect when you start using Good-Gums

Typically within the first few weeks of using Good-Gums, what you will first begin to notice is that your receding gums will stop worsening and you’ll see a significant reduction of plaque.

Baring in mind your gums have some of the fastest replacement rates in the body and are comprised almost entirely of connective tissue, Good-Gums takes advantage of these two facts by giving the gums the nutrients they need to repair themselves. 

If healthy cells are given the nutrients they need, they start replacing unhealthy gum cells relatively quickly. Especially with connective tissues, what they need the most during their formation is a healthy dose of vitamin C, plus the citrus bioflavonoids to help the body utilize the vitamin C. To protect your enamel, our formula buffers any acidity of the vitamin C with an even greater amount of the alkaline baking soda.

One of the best things about Good-Gums is that it dissolves instantly in the mouth to be absorbed directly by the gums, giving help to all the places it’s needed most!

Continual use of Good-Gums is necessary! 

With continual and regular use of Good-Gums, your gums will receive the crucial nutrition they need to help the formation of healthier gum cells.

Important note: If you want to reverse gum recession, it is crucial that you stop using toothpaste and don’t introduce any infectious agents in the mouth.

Also read: Toxic Ingredients in Your toothpaste

If you would like some more information on how GG can help gum recession, feel free to take a look at the “receding gums” section on our website.

Remember, what’s good for your gums is good for you!

Click here to order your bottle today.

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