Periodontitis

Dosage of STREPTOkill in periodontitis

Apply directly on the gums either with an oral applicator, or you can spray Streptokill into a small glass, soak a cotton swab in it, and rubb the gums gently. You can also use an interdental brush, dip it in undiluted Streptokill and then clean the interdental areas with it. Streptokill can also be applied with an ordinary toothbrush (preferably the soft type), to massage the gums with it.
The frequency of application is not limited.

Periodontitis

Periodontitis is a common disease of the oral cavity. It is an inflammation of the gums and the hanging apparatus. Low or poor oral hygiene, bad diet or high alcohol consumption are some of the factors causing a build up of bacteria that attacks the gums and teeth resolving in periodontitis. The early symptoms are reddish gums, bleeding when teeth brushing. In advanced stages, the gums become swollen, accompanied by bad breath, festering pockets form on the gums, teeth become loose and start to move apart. At very advanced stage, the jaw bone is attacked, teeth begin to fall out, infection spreads through the body by bloodstream and attacks important organs.

How periodontitis is treated

The best cure, of course, is prevention. As in the Middle Ages, a tooth brush wasn't a common thing, in our lives an interdental brush isn't part of everyone's daily hygiene either when daily use of interdental brushes show the best results to prevent periodontitis. 
When periodontitis occurs, it is necessary to visit your dentist, who will remove plaque and tartar as the first step. Then the the area below the gum line is cleaned, which is home to bacteria that feed on the gums and the bone below it. If this procedure fails, then surgical procedures under total anesthesia are often required. These procedures take longer and can be very costly.

Prevention

The foundation of healthy mouth is good oral hygiene, where it is important to brush your teeth at least twice a day in combination with interdental brush or dental floss. It is a good habbit to brush your teeth after each meal. Using a toothpaste should be enough in the morning and in the evening. After meals is sufficient to brush without a toothpaste.
Once a year, everyone should visit a dentist for preventive check-up. Twice a year visit your dental hygienist to get a proper clean up and plaque and tartar removal.      Quting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption and avoiding sweet foods and treats and replacing them with fresh vegetables are good steps to your healthy teeth and gums.

Authentic reviews

Streptokill has proven itself really reliably for me. The whole family uses it against sore throats, canker sores and periodontal disease. I can only recommend....

Streptokill se mi osvědčil opravdu spolehlivě. Používáme ho celá rodina proti bolesti v krku, na afty i paradentozu. Mohu jen doporučit....

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Marcela Černá

Periodontitis

Dosage of STREPTOkill in periodontitis

Apply directly on the gums either with an oral applicator, or you can spray Streptokill into a small glass, soak a cotton swab in it, and rubb the gums gently. You can also use an interdental brush, dip it in undiluted Streptokill and then clean the interdental areas with it. Streptokill can also be applied with an ordinary toothbrush (preferably the soft type), to massage the gums with it.
The frequency of application is not limited.

Periodontitis

Periodontitis is a common disease of the oral cavity. It is an inflammation of the gums and the hanging apparatus. Low or poor oral hygiene, bad diet or high alcohol consumption are some of the factors causing a build up of bacteria that attacks the gums and teeth resolving in periodontitis. The early symptoms are reddish gums, bleeding when teeth brushing. In advanced stages, the gums become swollen, accompanied by bad breath, festering pockets form on the gums, teeth become loose and start to move apart. At very advanced stage, the jaw bone is attacked, teeth begin to fall out, infection spreads through the body by bloodstream and attacks important organs.

How periodontitis is treated

The best cure, of course, is prevention. As in the Middle Ages, a tooth brush wasn't a common thing, in our lives an interdental brush isn't part of everyone's daily hygiene either when daily use of interdental brushes show the best results to prevent periodontitis. 
When periodontitis occurs, it is necessary to visit your dentist, who will remove plaque and tartar as the first step. Then the the area below the gum line is cleaned, which is home to bacteria that feed on the gums and the bone below it. If this procedure fails, then surgical procedures under total anesthesia are often required. These procedures take longer and can be very costly.

Prevention

The foundation of healthy mouth is good oral hygiene, where it is important to brush your teeth at least twice a day in combination with interdental brush or dental floss. It is a good habbit to brush your teeth after each meal. Using a toothpaste should be enough in the morning and in the evening. After meals is sufficient to brush without a toothpaste.
Once a year, everyone should visit a dentist for preventive check-up. Twice a year visit your dental hygienist to get a proper clean up and plaque and tartar removal.      Quting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption and avoiding sweet foods and treats and replacing them with fresh vegetables are good steps to your healthy teeth and gums.

Authentic reviews

Streptokill has proven itself really reliably for me. The whole family uses it against sore throats, canker sores and periodontal disease. I can only recommend....

Streptokill se mi osvědčil opravdu spolehlivě. Používáme ho celá rodina proti bolesti v krku, na afty i paradentozu. Mohu jen doporučit....

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Marcela Černá