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Essential Toothcare Gum care tips
The expression “long in the tooth” alludes to the fact that gums tend to recede with age, making the front teeth appear longer. Luckily, this is optional if you care for gums well. Bleeding gums might indicate gum disease or tooth decay, so have them checked out by a dentist. You might like to take a supplement of Coenzyme Q10, which is thought to promote periodontal healing. Make sure you are getting enough anti-inflammatory vitamin D from exposure to sunshine and from eating salmon and mackerel. In one study people with highest levels of vitamin D were 20 percent less likely to suffer from bleeding gums.