I have this TheraNeem tooth and gum powder. Has neem in it. I like it. I think they have a line of neem products. Neem is antimicrobial.
Do you do oil pulling with coconut oil?
I used to have very receded gums and was told it was because I brushed too hard. However, after I got all my amalgams replaced, my gums are less receded in some areas than they were. It’s possible that herbal medicine has played a part, too. What’s interesting is the gums didn’t recede like that until I got braces. When the braces came off, the gums were very receded.
I had the braces that were bands all the way around each tooth on all my teeth. Very painful 5 hour trauma. I think trauma from the braces caused mine rather than brushing too hard.
My point is, I wonder if you brush with something like the neem powder periodically and do oil pulling a few times a week, would the gums meet the cap and the gap be gone?
Worth a try.
However, as this has been going on several years, there is very likely decay somewhere. So, I would still look for one of those fancy dentists.😁
Post Edited (WalkingbyFaith) : 2/21/2021 6:00:01 PM (GMT-7)