The importance of gums to our health is often underestimated. However, regular and thorough gum care can have many positive effects. The good news: With the right products, it can be easily integrated into daily dental care.
The gums have an important protective function: they fit snugly against the teeth and thus ensure that no harmful bacteria enter the periodontium. Bleeding gums are a common symptom of swollen gums. Such inflammation of the gums can lead to inflammation of the periodontium (periodontitis) and thus the reduction of the jaw bone. As a result, the gums retract, the teeth rapidly lose their grip and eventually tooth loss can occur.
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Healthy gums form the basis of good oral and dental health. Even more: caring for the gums not only prevents inflammation in the mouth, but is important for the body as a whole. If gingivitis is left untreated, bacteria can migrate from the mouth to the rest of the body, where they can cause or worsen other acute and/or chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus, arteriosclerosis or stroke. Huh.
Take bleeding gums as a warning sign
Sensitive gums that bleed when you brush your teeth: Many people do not consider this a cause for concern. Bleeding gums are often not associated with pain at first. But that doesn’t make it harmless. If the gums bleed regularly, this is a warning sign from the body and indicates acute inflammation (gingivitis) – a precursor to periodontitis.
Gum problems can be the cause of sensitive teeth and hence the two complaints often go hand in hand. Consuming hot and cold food can become a traumatic event. puts here New Meridol® All-round Care The new toothpaste not only cares for sensitive gums and prevents swollen, bleeding and receding gums, but is also particularly suitable for sensitive teeth.
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