That second 3 is actually C.
Good god at your age you'd think you'd know how to cure gingivitis without this foolishness. She needs to gargle with salt water, learn how to brush her teeth & floss properly with correct antibacterial toothpaste or make her own with some regular old toothpaste & tea tree oil, and she can even go so far as to chew some garlic, ginger or cloves. All safer smarter ideas than H202.
@HouseGnome I am not debating that she should brush and floss.BUTIF YOU ALREADY ARE CURRENTLY HAVING GINGIVITIS, DONOTBRUSHTHOSE ARE DOCTOR'S ORDERS BECAUSE BRUSHING WILL_____________R E M O V E_______________GUM TISSUE.THIS IS WHAT MY DOCTOR TOLD ME.So, once the gums are healed, then continue with proper dental hygiene.Do gargle though occasionally with H2O2.
www.medicalnewstoday.com/.../324121.phpTreating gum diseaseBecause of its antibacterial properties, hydrogen peroxide may help treat gum disease.Plaque that forms on the teeth contains a slimy film of bacteria called a biofilm. Hydrogen peroxide releases oxygen that helps destroy the bacteria.A 2017 randomized trial divided 53 participants into groups to test hydrogen peroxide as a treatment for gum disease.One group received root debridement and hydrogen peroxide, and the other group just received root debridement.The results indicated that the hydrogen peroxide group had significantly fewer signs of gum disease by the end of the study, compared to the group that had received root debridement alone.One advantage of gargling with a hydrogen peroxide solution is it can reach the back of the mouth and spots that may be hard to reach with dental floss.
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