Streptokill is 100% natural nevertheless the more effective killer of streptococci, other bacteria and mould. It uses primarily the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These are specially concentrated in Streptokill and achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects supported by other natural extracts contained in Streptokill.
Dosage for sore gums
Apply Streptokill directly on the sore gum by the oral applicator, or spray it into a small glass, soak a cotton swab or cloth in it and then rub the sore gums gently. It is also appropriate to dip an interdental brush in the undiluted Streptokill and clean the interdental spaces with it.
The frequency of application is not limited. The sooner and the more frequently you apply Streptokill the better effect is achieved.
Sore gums can be caused by many factors therefore to find the right cause can be a challenge. Let’s talk about these factors now.
- reason number 1 is inadequate or incorrect diet
- wrong technique brushing your teeth
- low dental hygiene
- variety of medications or dental fixtures
- pain after dentist's visit
- mouth sores
- during pregnancy
- tobacco and other chemicals
What can be done:
- Sometimes small changes go a long way. Ask about the correct technique how to brush your teeth. Change the brand of your toothpaste or mouthwash time to time, also hardness of your toothbrush. Very important step can be change of your diet. Increasing the amount of fruits and vegetables, or food supplements. Increasing intake of vitamin C and calcium.
- With help of interdental brush and STREPTOKILL applied directly on it, you can massage your gums. STREPTOKILL destroys bacteria and also disinfects the entire area. It can be also used as a mouthwash in diluted state.
- Rinsing your mouth with lukewarm salty water.
- Massaging gums with various stimulants.
- Use of analgesic gels or creams.
If pain in your gums persists, it pays to visit your dentist, because sometimes this seemingly unimportant problem could lead to more serious condition or diseases like GINGIVITIS (gum inflammation) or PERIODONTITIS. These conditions are more painful and their treatment much more expensive.
Best prevention is healthy, balanced diet, good teeth-brushing technique, regular visits to your dentist and avoiding foods that are causing irritation to your gums.