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The ultimate daily gum care

Healthy gums, gingivitis and periodontitis



The gums are an essential component of your mouth as they form part of the tooth support structures and help in tasks as important as chewing.


The oral cavity and the gums a expose to the oral environment and thus are in the permanent contact with external agents thus can affect oral and dental health.

  • Prevents gingivitis related problems

  • Keeps the gums in good condition and prevents inflamation

  • Reduces bleeding

  • Reducec bacterial plaque formation

  • Reduces gum sensitivity

  • Remineralises the enamel and prevents tooth decay.

Do you have gum problems?

  • Gum disease is very common in humans but generally goes unnoticed.

  • The main cause of gum-related problems is the accumulation of bacterial plaque on the surface of teeth and at the edge of the gums.

  • Early signs:

  • Bleeding

  • Redness

  • Inflammation

  • Bad Breath

People at risk for developing


  • People who tend to produce more dental plaque

  • Poor brushing technique

  • After periodontal treatments

  • Hormonal changes: pregnancy or menopause

  • Diabetics and / or immunodeficient individuals

  • Smokers

  • People under considerable strss

  • People undergoing treatment with anticoagulants

How to prevent gingivitis

  • Brushing your teeth twice a day using a soft toothbrush and a toothpaste specifically formulated for gum care.

  • Changing your toothbrush every three months: a worn toothbrush is less effective at removing plaque.

  • Cleaning the spaces between the teeth using dental floss and/or interdental toothbrushes, twice a day.

  • Rising your mouth with an appropriate mouthwash.

  • Visiting your dentist at least once a year.

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