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... vitamin everyday just to make sure I am getting enough of everything. Brush at least 2 times a day, with a fluoride toothpaste. Okay so your gums get cut when flossing. I am not saying you are doing it wrong, but make sure you are keeping the floss right up next to the tooth. ... (77 replies)
... I think I'm causing more problems for myself. I have been brushing and flossing aggressively and I got this cut on my gums behind the bottom front tooth 2 weeks ago and it still hasnt' healed. Does anyone have any ideas how to help it heal. ... (1 replies)
... I know I grind my teeth while sleeping and this morning I woke up and pain was terrible. There is some swelling, but no bleeding or redness... gums look normal. ... (3 replies)

... The next morning most of my gums at the front of my bottom teeth were swollen and i could feel a pulsing pain. I stopped flossing as i didn't want to make things worse, but i did brush each day. ... (5 replies)
... That's sort of an antithesis because just above you wrote you have been flossing for 7 weeks with "no problems". Is this pain you describe no problem for you? ... (7 replies)
... wisdom teeth extractions. About 6 months ago I had 4 of my wisdom teeth extracted. Top 2 were simple extractions, but the bottom 2 were impacted. They had to cut my bone to extract one of the bottom wisdom teeth. They also said that it would take 6 months for the bone to heal. ... (7 replies)
... between meal snacks out of my diet, and even cut back on my soda intake. I spend a full ten minutes in the bathroom twice daily, meticulously brushing and flossing my teeth, and yet my gums still aren't healing. ... (4 replies)
... I haven't had any major health issues until earlier this year. While flossing in between my bottom two front teeth, something chipped off. ... (4 replies)
... i really do sympathise with you i know pain ,suffering at moment try gargling hot salt water (obviously not too hot) try that for a few days ,see how it goes,then try cordysil ,but not every day as it discolours your teeth also try sensative tooth paste see if that makes it any better ,but if not you will have to go back to dentist ,.as maybe treatment might of triggered... (3 replies)
... Pockets are spaces between your teeth and gums that allow plaque and bacteria to get at the roots and the bone that your teeth are set into. ... (5 replies)
Weak Teeth?
Jan 17, 2008
... well dentsits swear by flossing with string,but i dont like using floss ,as i think it can cut your gums and make things worse ,i used inbetween brushes they go inbetween your teeth and on bottom of your gums does the same job and i think they are more better for your teeth and gums (3 replies)
... About a couple of years ago , I had gum diease and he went up and did something to the gums and took all that tarter off and told me to rinse my mouth in listerine every night after flossing and I do . All I know it worked for me . ... (4 replies)
... side. It was visible when I talked even. The same putty was used to cover the donor site. When I had the front tooth grafted, I also had a frenectomy where they cut the thing that is attached to your gum and lip. That made it so my lip wasn't pulling on the gums. ... (5 replies)
... were bleeding when they did this. Ive had the crown for 2 years now. Since then Ive been flossing everyday and my teeth have are not bleeding anymore. ... (1 replies)
... up during the first few weeks. Use plenty of dental wax or dental silicone to act as a buffer and ease the pain. In a couple of months, your gums won't be sore anymore because they "toughen up. ... (16 replies)
... I don't know in what condition your gums were before you went to the dentist. From the sounds of it you have gingivitis which meant no bone loss around the teeth. ... (7 replies)
Help!
Apr 16, 2005
... Yeah, Northern star if you hurt your gums or cut them a bit while flossing it would hurt for a good while..... ... (7 replies)




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