Application of STREPTOkill for sore gums
Apply to the gums either directly with the oral applicator or with a cotton swab soaked in Streptokill, and rub the sore gums gently. It is also possible to soak the interdental brush into undiluted Streptokill and then clean the interdental areas with it.
The frequency of application is not limited, so it can simply be said that the more frequently you apply Streptokill, the more quickly its possitive effects will become noticeable.
Sore gums can be caused by many factors, so finding the right way to treat them can be a challenge.
The most common causes are inadequate or incorrect diet, poor teeth cleaning technique, poor dental hygiene, various medications or dental fixtures, pain after dentist procedures, mouth ulcers and sores, pregnancy, tobacco and other chemicals and stress.
How are sore gums treated?
Sometimes only minor changes are enough to ease the sore gums, such as changing the technique of tooth brushing. Changing toothpaste, toothbrush softness or mouthwash. Another important step may be a change in diet. Increase consumption of vegetables and fruits, or supplementary diet and increasing the intake of vitamin C and calcium.
→ apply Streptokill on the gums with help of interdental brush.
→ rinsing the mouth with salt water.
→ massaging the gums with various stimulants.
→ purchase of various cream or gel analgesics.
However, if pain in your gums persists, it is a good idea to see your dentist, because if neglected, this seemingly minor problem may turn into something much more serious such as gingivitis (gum inflammation) or periodontitis.
The best prevention is a healthy, balanced diet, good teeth cleaning technique, regular visits to dental hygienists and avoidance of foods that irritate your gums.
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