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How to get rid of gingivitis and how long will it take?
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. John Francis
Dentistry - Periodontics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Don't give up!
If your good habits at home, i.
e. Brushing and flossing, don't reduce the problem, you may have more serious periodontitis rather than just gingivitis. See your dentist soon.

In brief: Don't give up!
If your good habits at home, i.
e. Brushing and flossing, don't reduce the problem, you may have more serious periodontitis rather than just gingivitis. See your dentist soon.
Dr. John Francis
Dr. John Francis
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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Good oral hygeine.
Probably the best treatment for most gum disease is regular trips to the dentist for check-up, and good oral hygeine at home, like brushing regularly, and flossing.
Poor oral health can lead to infections that can travel within the bloodstream. It would porobably be best to do this throughout life since the gums can get inflamed again if these practices are stopped.

In brief: Good oral hygeine.
Probably the best treatment for most gum disease is regular trips to the dentist for check-up, and good oral hygeine at home, like brushing regularly, and flossing.
Poor oral health can lead to infections that can travel within the bloodstream. It would porobably be best to do this throughout life since the gums can get inflamed again if these practices are stopped.
Dr. Joseph Woods
Dr. Joseph Woods
Thank
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