Is it possible to reverse receding gums?
Yes, it is! Here's how you do it (keeping in mind that this cannot, legally, be taken as medical advice since only a medical doctor can prescribe such a thing):
Natural, organic raw foods. Make sure the meat you eat is free range, organic, and without any preservatives.
Astaxanthin. 16-20mg per day, or to bowel tolerance.
High amounts of calcium, potassium, boron, and magnesium. Coral calcium is good for this.
Vitamin C to bowel tolerance.
Do all the cleanses (kidney, liver, colon, parasites, candida, heavy metal, full body fat cleanse)
There you have it. If you have receding gums, you can now shock your dentist in just a few months or even weeks.
Keep in mind that the body has the ability to repair itself. It can reverse any degenerative disease if we just give it the nutrients it needs and get rid of the stuff it doesn't like (toxins). You'd be amazed at how powerful the body is at repairing itself.
And yes, I meant reverse. Gum tissue can grow back.
- LXLv 71 decade agoBest Answer
ACTUALLY IT DOES NOT REALLY WORK. IN ORDER FOR A RECEDED GUM TO BE REATTACHED AT AHIGHER LEVEL, AND THE OPERATIVE WORD IS REATTACHED, IT HAS TO BE A MECHANICAL METHOD. THIS MEANS THAT ADDITIONAL TISSUE NEEDS TO BE TAKEN FROM PALATE AND THEN PLACED OVER THE AREA WHERE THE GUM HAS RECEDED AND THEN IT MUST REATTACH AT A HIGHER LEVEL. UNLESS THERE IS AMEDICAL UNDERLYING CAUSE FOR GUM RECESSION THEN MEDICATION MAY HELP.
- GailLv 44 years ago
When I was a teen, my dentist advised me to chill out on the brushing unless I wanted to have receding gums when I got older. Maybe brush a little more lightly and use a soft brush?? Though Ive never heard of OraMD.. sorry =(
- EmilyLv 51 decade ago
reverse receding gums or stop? maybe stop, (have no clue) I dont thing your gums will grow back.
never heard of body cleanses except Colon cleanses ... hmm interesting though!
see your dentist every 6 months ;-)
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- junebuggieLv 41 decade ago
or see your periodontist--these ideas help as long as its not too far gone, then youll need a procedure to help.
ive had 2 friends w/this situation-the surgery was the only help.