Gerd is related to desquamative gingivitis?

Possibly. Possibly, if there is enough stomach acid that is getting into your mouth to injure your gums and possible erode your teeth. Do not wait! get evaluated and treated by your physician for gerd and by your dentist for the gingivitis!

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Can you tell me about something called "desquamative gingivitis" how do you "fix" it?

Treat the cause... While there are many possible causes for desquamative gingivitis, the majority of cases involve pemphigoid or lichen planus. Once you determine the cause, it can be managed (within limitations) using medications and regular dentist/doctor visits. Involve a periodontist, oral surgeon OR: Consult an oral medicine unit (@ a hospital usually associated with a dental research team or university). Read more...
See a periodontist. Periodontist are dentists with 3 additional years of specialty education who specializes in the treatment of periodontal disease. See a periodontist for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment options. They are the expert in "desquamative gingivitis." Read more...