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Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill for the treatment of sore gums→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)
Application of Streptokill for sore gums
Apply Streptokill directly onto the sore gums, either with the oral applicator or with a cotton swab soaked in Streptokill, and rub the sore gums gently. It is also possible to dip an interdental brush into undiluted Streptokill and then clean the interdental areas with it.
The frequency of application is not limited, so it may be said that the more frequently you apply Streptokill, the more quickly its positive effects will become noticeable.
Sore gums can be caused by a number of factors, and finding the appropriate treatment plan may therefore be a challenge. Let’s go through the various potential factors here.
- the most common cause is an inadequate or incorrect diet
- incorrect teeth-brushing techniques
- poor dental hygiene
- various medications or dental fixtures
- pain after dentist visits
- mouth unclers and sores
- tobacco and other chemicals
What can be done:
- Sometimes, a small change is all it takes for gum pain to recede; for example, a change in teeth-brushing techniques, toothpaste, toothbrush hardness, or mouthwash. Another important step may be a change in diet: increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables, or food supplements, vitamin C and calcium.
- With help of interdental brush, apply STREPTOKILL directly onto the gums.
- Rinsing the mouth with salt-water.
- Massaging the gums with various stimulants.
- The use of analgesic gels or creams.
If pain in your gums persists nevertheless, a visit to your dentist is worthwhile because this seemingly minor problem could develop into something much more serious if left untreated, such as diseases like GINGIVITIS (gum inflammation) or periodontitis.
The best methods of prevention is a healthy, balanced diet, good teeth-brushing techniques, regular visits to your dentat hygenist and the avoidance of foods that cause gum irritation.