Can I reduce my gum pockets naturally?
If you’re starting to notice the gums that sit on the roots of your teeth gradually becoming detached, fear not, there is a natural solution that can help you.
Many people feel helpless and confused when they notice gum pockets starting to form. But this condition affects millions worldwide, many of whom have successfully tackled their gum pockets using our all-natural solution for gum health. But we’ll explain a little more about that later.
Let’s first take a look at how gum pockets form.
How do gum pockets form?
When bacteria around the gumline is overlooked, it will lead to a build-up of plaque, which quickly turns into hard calcified tartar that “cements” along the gumline. Once the plaque turns into tartar, only a dental hygienist can remove it. If not removed quickly enough, the bacteria populate the calcified tartar exuding acidic, toxic wastes, which cause small lesions in your gums. As your gum tissues begin to inflame as a response to your body’s attempt to kill off the infection, this becomes a perfect place for more plaque and tartar to hide and for infectious bacteria to increase.
As the infection spreads among the gum cells surrounding the tooth’s root, cells begin to die, and the tissue that connects the tooth’s root to the jawbone is lost. When you look in the mirror, it can appear as though the gum tissue is still in place, but they’re merely lying against the tooth’s root without being attached to it. The depth of the unattached gum tissue alongside the tooth’s root is called a gum pocket.
Gum pockets should be taken very seriously and addressed as soon as possible to prevent tooth loss.
Seeing as gum pockets are not visible to the naked eye; you may be wondering what the telltale signs are.
How do you know if you have gum pockets?
The first indication that you have gum pockets usually comes when your dentist or hygienist measures between your teeth and gums with a periodontal probe and reports how deep your gum pockets are.
Symptoms associated with gum pockets include:
- Persistent bad breath
- Red or swollen gums
- Gums that bleed easily
- Gums that feel tender to the touch
- Painful chewing
- A change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite
- Pus in between gums and teeth
- Loose teeth
Gum pockets are a manifestation of periodontal disease, which started off as gingivitis. So as soon as you experience inflammation and swelling of the gums, you must take action immediately.
To deal with the bacterial attack, we recommend increasing the diligence of your oral health routine and adding Good-Gums to your daily practice.
Good-Gums: A highly effective treatment specifically designed to help with gum conditions
With clinically proven ingredients and a scientifically backed formula, there really is no other better-performing product on the market that supports the gums.
Our formula is specifically designed so that all our ingredients work together for maximum effectiveness in tackling a range of gum issues, including bleeding gums, receding gums, infected gums, periodontitis and gum pockets.
After using Good-Gums, many of our customers notice shallower and fewer gum pockets and are encouraged by the improving numbers when the hygienist measures their pocket depths.
Healthier gum cells start taking the place of less-healthy cells quickly if they are given what they need. One ingredient in particular that helps with gum formation is vitamin C. Good-Gums is jam-packed with vitamin C, plus bioflavonoids that help the body utilize vitamin C, supporting the body to produce healthy gum tissue cells. The vitamin C is delivered in a formula that buffers the vitamin’s acidity, thereby protecting your enamel.
One of the best things about Good-Gums is that it dissolves in the mouth to be absorbed directly by the gum to give help where it’s needed most.
Since using our healing formula, thousands of our customers have experienced reduced pocket depth. Take a look at our customer testimonials to see how Good-Gums has significantly improved their gum pockets.
To find out how to use Good-Gums for gum pockets, click here and scroll down to the bottom until you see the heading, “Ways to Use Good-Gums For Gum Pockets.”
Try our unique formula today and see the effects for yourself!