Inflamed gums, what to use
The inflamed gums (or gingivitis) represent a painful situation for those who suffer from it. Often the inflamed gums are manifested with swollen, bleeding, halitosis and pain gums.
The causes are to be found in a poor oral hygiene that leads to an accumulation of plaque and tartar or to an incorrect or too aggressive brushing of the teeth but is also due to the consumption of certain foods, smoke, stress and much more. We always remember that in these cases control by the dentist is recommended.
So you can prevent the problem in a simple way but, if you ignore, inflammation can degenerate and lead to very inflamed and painful gums (even periodontitis and loss of teeth).
What to do and what to use for inflamed gums?
As soon as you start to feel pain in the gums, the advice is to make an appointment from your dentist.
At home you can wash your teeth at least 4 times a day using a brush with soft bristles and use the interdental floss; Also carry out jams 3-4 times a day with a colutarine based on chlorhexidine.