How to treat bleeding gums with an oral irrigator

Discover how to use the dental irrigator to stop bleeding gums

He bleeding gums is caused by plaque buildup at the gum line. If this is not removed, it accumulates until it forms layers of tartarleading to a gingivitis.

Can you avoid it and reduce the bleeding? Of course, with good dental hygiene using an oral irrigator.

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He irrigator is very useful to reduce gum bleedinggiven that the jet penetrates the periodontal pockets and remove any remaining dirt.

Just follow these steps:

  1. Brush your teeth and rinse your mouth.
  2. Fill the reservoir with lukewarm water.
  3. Select SOFT mode or the lowest pressure level.
  4. Attach the nozzle to the irrigator handle.
  5. Start the jet and direct it towards the gum line over the teeth.
  6. For approximately 2 seconds, clean each tooth, slightly increasing the power of the jet.

By coming into contact with that area, the water will clean both the surface of the tooth and the inside of the gum. Do not forget to repeat the process with the inside of the teeth.
For enhance the effect advise add some mouthwash to the water. If, for example, the tank is 600 ml, add 25 ml of rinse. If it is portable, about 10-15 ml will suffice. Yes indeed, don't forget to clean the tank well after use, to remove any residue.

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