Hydrogen Peroxide
Natural Remedies

Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy: Benefits and Side Effects

Gum Sensitivity
Posted by Sylvia (Ozark, Missouri, USA) on 11/06/2008
5 out of 5 stars

I just found this site and read this reply and wanted to add that I use the peroxide to brush my teeth. First I wash out my mouth with the peroxide, then spit the peroxide on my brush and then brush away. I make sure I don't swallow any. Sometime I will do the same thing with the mouthwash that is supposed to stop plaque build up and then use the peroxide again.


Gum Sensitivity
Posted by Karen (Iselin, NJ) on 03/04/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I started rinsing my mouth with hydrogen peroxide 3% and noticed a difference within a couple of days!! I don't know if it stopped the gums from receding but it sure took the sensitivity away. I would definitely recommend trying. I rinse a small amount twice then rinse with water once a day. I don't even do it everyday and I haven't had any pain


Gum Sensitivity
Posted by Liz (Killeen, Texas) on 04/26/2006
5 out of 5 stars

For years, when I get sensitive gums, bleeding or otherwise inflamed, I rinse my mouth with HP. After the rinse I also brush my tongue while the HP is still bubbling in my mouth. Mouth sores disappear in about a couple of days.