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Oil Pulling: be careful if you have periodontitis
My gyms started receding because of gum disease so I thought id give oil pulling a try. It only took 5 days before every tooth in my was wobbly and gum recession is worse than ever. Now I'm looking at complete mouth reconstructive surgery. Jaw bone reconstruction, gum graph and implants for EVERY tooth. It drew out the infection that had reached my jaw bone. I didn't even know I had gum disease. I just thought I was brushing too hard or using a mouthwash with t0o many chemicals.
Replied by Nattakit
Hi all I'm 23 and I've had receding gums since I was 19, a lot on my lower central incisor and the a little on the lower canines.
I tried a lot of things, but I finally found something that works. Oil Pulling with Virgin Coconut Oil first thing in the morning for 20 mins rinsing with warm water afterwards to get rid of any excess oil (It contains harmful toxins and bacteria) followed by rinsing your mouth with 1/2 a glass of very warm water and 1 to 2 teaspoons of Sea Salt through the teeth and the recession areas in particular.
It will sting a lot but rinse for a good few mins until the glass is empty and don't rinse with regular water after wards I find the gums continue to heal if you do that.
I do that morning and night and also do the same Sea Salt water rinse after every meal to adjust the Ph level in your mouth so no harmful bacteria can grow at any times, I've only been doing this for two days now and my gums have grown back over 50%, when they grow back it is very rapidly and painful kind of inflamed.
I wish you all the best.
Replied by Natalie
After everything I have been through and all my research, I believe the reason we all get gum disease and peridontitis is bacteria or fungus which ends up in our gums. It could be coming from decay in the teeth to start with and let me tell you you cannot take notice of a dentist if they say you have no decay, it took me 3 dentists and an oral pathologist later to find out that I DID have decay in a crowned tooth which I had for 25 years. I was told by 2 dentists and an oral pathologist that there was NO DECAY UNDER THAT CROWNED TOOTH! There was as it turned out, that bad that the tooth had to be removed. Straight away my health got better, not 100% but much better. I am now in the process of making sure I get rid of any other decay in remaining teeth, then maybe hopefully all the parasites and bacteria and fungi will be gone and hopefully then my gums will start to heal. If you have no decay for certain in your teeth you may need to do a parasite cleanse and get rid of them in other parts of your body, if you don't they keep travelling through the blood stream setting up home wherever they like, even the gums. Mora therapy is a good way to diagnose and treat any kind of pathogens. I have been coconut oil pulling with oregano, clove, thyme (they say the best for fungus) neem oil is very good and ti tree oil. Swishing with baking soda and taking internally capsules of oregano, neem and thyme essential oils. (make sure they good quality essential oils, I use doterra) For me taking 2 extra strength garlic capsules first thing in the a.m. with 2 heaped teas. diatomaceous earth and good 1/2 teas bentonite clay helps me heaps, then again I have been diagnosed with aspergillius, (a fungus) which I have no idea how I got, then who knows it could have also come from decay. Hope this info. helps anyone with a similar problem, all this has come from many hours of research and listening to oral health summits on line.