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Stefanie Claudia

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Posted by: Stefanie  (8 years ago)
Does anyone know what is the best and fastest way of stopping the gums go back.

The bone is going back , right ?!
So many theories too. Stress , lack of minerals and vitamins, lack of oralhygiene.
Still , there must be a way of stopping it for good!

So how to make the bone stay the way it is now??!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADVANCE FOR READING AND WRITING BACK TO ME . JUHUUU! : )
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Does anyone know what is the best and fastest way of stopping the gums go back.

The bone is going back , right ?!
So many theories too. Stress , lack of minerals and vitamins, lack of oralhygiene.
Still , there must be a way of stopping it for good!

So how to make the bone stay the way it is now??!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADVANCE FOR READING AND WRITING BACK TO ME . JUHUUU! : )


Possible causes:

Grinding or clenching
Inadequate anatomical amount of bone over roots to start with.
Overzealous toothbrushing.

There is no way to restore the bone lost over roots.
Sometimes the gums can be restored to an extent by connective tissue grafts.

Kim Henry, D.M.D.
Posted 8 years ago
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