Do gums grow back after being damaged by hard brushing?

Answer i worked in an dental office for 3 years and saw several people with receding gums due to hard brushing. i don't think it has to do with them growing back, they have been pushed back exposing more ... Read More »

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Can brushing your gums too hard cause a sore?

Brushing your gums too hard may cause sores and bleeding if you abrade the gums while brushing. Additionally, overzealous brushing causes the gums to recede and may wear down tooth enamel. The Coll... Read More »

Do gums grow back on their own?

Yes, it does grow back!But expect it to take a long time. Up to months, actually. The body has to put a lot of effort into bulding the new tissue, layer by layer, and that just does no happen overn... Read More »

Is there a way to grow back gums on teeth?

I don't really know exactly what you are describing, but gums don't die, they recede. I hope when you say it's your last tooth that it is your last tooth baby tooth and not the last tooth in your ... Read More »

Gums bleed slightly when brushing?

Bleeding gums can be caused by a number of things, it doesn't necessarily mean that you have gingivitis, but you may be at risk. I suggest making a dentist appointment, hopefully you're on your par... Read More »