Top 5 Natural Remedies To Regrow Receding Gums At Home

Published / by Amos Romero

Gum disease is a big dental problem. A lot of people may already be dealing with it and not know, but there are ways that one can protect and correct, such conditions – and it all begins with good oral hygiene tips.

The Onset of Disease

Plaque accumulates in the teeth and mouth on a daily basis. Plaque forms when food (broken down into carbohydrates or starch) combines with saliva and the inherent bacteria. A film of plaque coats the teeth on a daily basis and unless this is successfully removed by one’s observance of proper oral hygiene measures, it will accumulate on the teeth and gums calcify and harden. Calcified plaque is much harder to remove. They cling to the surface of the teeth and collect in the calculus between the teeth and gums, to disrupt the fibers.

Sign And Symptoms Of Receding Gums

  • The first signs of disease manifest as bleeding of gums that may also present some pain, pus formation, and swelling.
  • Soft tissue attachment is lost, and the gums give off a sight and a smell of unhealthy, thus suggesting gums recession.

Gums recession is a reversible condition, which means that with proper oral hygiene and dental scaling, the condition can be resolved and the health of the teeth and gums can be restored and brought back to normal. When the disease is allowed to progress — when the plaque is left to accumulate, and the bacteria is permitted to spread, even the bone will be infected, and significant bone support will be lost around the teeth. The bone that supposedly holds the teeth in place will be lost so that the teeth will become loose. At this point, the patient is already dealing with periodontists, which is serious and sometimes, irreversible.

Top 5 Natural Remedies To Regrow Receding Gums At Home

At first glance, gum disease does not seem so ominous, but since there is the risk of losing teeth because of receding gums,then proper measures have to be taken to resolve the condition effectively.

Naturessmile Gum Blam To Regrow Receding Gums:

Brush your teeth with Natures Smile Gum Balm twice a day. This will help to reverse receding gums and back to the normal position in a few months. Don’t forget to Rinse your mouth with Naturessmile mouthwash that’s used to treat receding gums.

  • At home, techniques will involve proper diligence in the observance of oral hygiene measures. This shall include regular teeth brushing, flossing and mouth rinsing. One should learn how to thoroughly clean the mouth, to properly get rid of plaque before it causes bigger problems in the mouth.
  • For prevention and treatment, a visit to the dentist for dental cleaning and scaling is essential. This should be observed every six months or more frequent if the need is greater. Cleaning and scaling will rid the mouth of plaque that causes gum disease. If you receive regular scaling, you preserve the condition of the mouth and help to reverse receding gums.
  • For more extreme cases, normal scaling may not be enough. When the infection has spread to the bones, the treatment may involve the incision of the gum tissue to be able to reflect the deeper area of the alveolar bone or the level of the roots, so that accumulated plaque can be removed.
  • When there is an extreme bone loss, and the teeth have become loose, this can be resolved through bone grafting and gum grafting. The void space can be filled with graft and allow the bone to heal around it properly. Such a treatment is given to teeth that can still be saved. If the condition is deemed hopeless, however, tooth extraction may be the only answer, followed by the fabrication of prosthesis.

So, if you have any concerns, the sooner you get you your dentist, the better!

  • Nature Smile is a 100% successful treatment to regrow receding gums at home. Just brush twice a day with NS gum balm and you’ll see your gum line growing back to normal position in no time! 

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One Step Closer

Published / by Amos Romero

There are many things I love about Stella & Dot as a company but likely the aspect I love the most is our willingness to help each other succeed regardless if the person happens to be our team or not.  It’s a company expectation and it’s amazing that I have yet to meet any stylist that doesn’t embrace the philosophy.

I have been feeling challenged with some aspects of my new business so decided to ask a very successful stylist in my area if I could shadow one of her trunk shows so I could get some pointers and really just see what she is doing different from me. Of course it was a great trunk show and we took a few minutes to chat afterwards to debrief my experience and for her to give me additional advice. It became clear as we chatted that most of my challenges are because of my beliefs and specifically my beliefs about my confidence. Which was and was not a surprise to me.  I knew that this year was about learning to have confidence and learning to believe in myself. I’ve been pushing myself and can feel that slowly I am feeling it, it just takes time.

Anyway, this Stylist and I finished our debrief and I really started thinking about this issue of confidence. I can remember when I was confident, when I felt I could take on the world. Why don’t I have it anymore? Why am I not attracting the same kind of success as this stylist? As I am sorting through thoughts and feelings I hear from within:

“because I don’t deserve it”

WWHHATTT??? All thoughts stop. I may have a lot of inner termoil but I can say that feeling derserving is NOT one of my problems (just ask my husband! ) So I ask the question

“why don’t I deserve it?”

and apparently after 34 years and 11 months of my spirit being somewhat vague in it’s responses – decides that today is that day to be quite clear and answers:

“because I’m a bad person”

“a bad person?”

“a bad person doesn’t derserve good things”

“why would I think I’m a bad person?”

“oh, Emma.”

I don’t think there are many who look back on their early 20′s and come out without any regrets – but when those regrets are mainly about losing your child, it’s a different can of gummy worms.  As I was processing this reoccuring theme of being a bad person and that’s why Emma died, I was thinking about the fact that I didn’t want her.

I found out I was pregnant after only knowing Craig a few months and was now going to have to face my conservative christian parents along with a judgemental extended family. I was 23 and knew I wasn’t ready to have a child, I wasn’t ready to stop being a child myself. I can look back and see that even at 23 – I did love her and did all the right things I knew at the time to ensure she would be born healthy and have a good home. But all I could feel as I was driving home was “I didn’t want her…and I’m being punished.”

Emma would have been 11 years old this year and as I logically sat there coaching  myself to let go of these beliefts that don’t even make sense, it became clear that I have spent 11 years seeking a reason she had to die. Maybe if I could find a reason or someone to blame it would be easier to accept or maybe it would hurt less?  I suppose it’s possible but I suspect I would then be filled with anger and hate…not a great trade off.

This Living Machine

Published / by Amos Romero

I’m sure many can relate that there are many things and parts of my body I wish were different. I don’t love my wonky toes, my butt could use some toning, a B cup would be nice (a C cup would be AWESOME!), my thighs have stretch marks and could be hung as flags they are so flappy…the list is long, as it is for most of us who choose to periodically look in the mirror.

Last fall as I journeyed through the process of learning to love myself I made the decision to love and embrace my body as it is, flaws and all. The very first change I made was to go and buy some heels.  I love shoes, always have, but felt like I was towering over everyone already so stayed away from the shoes that made my heart go pitter patter. What a liberating feeling to honor the shoe addict within while standing somewhere over 6ft.

As I learn to love and embrace every part of my this living machine I call my body, I am feeling free and more authentic than ever. It started with heels and it slowly moved throughout my entire closet. It’s been inspiring to me. I also find that I rarely feel taller than everyone as there are usually other beautiful tall girls around wearing rockin’ heels just like me. While shopping has never been on my list of fun things to do with all it’s challenges for a tall girl like me, I am starting to embrace the process. I’m learning what to look for and where to shop.

I definitely don’t think I am the exception to the rule. Life is about our mindset and when I chose to love myself fully, and stopped resisting the aspects that I cannot change about my body, when I started honoring the aspects I found so challenging for so long, is when I started being able to see the possibilities and that’s when I said yes to some really cool options to accessorize this super living machine.

I can say without a doubt that while my toenails require color to be seen in public, eventually my butt and thighs will require permanent SPANX, you can be sure half the bust you “see” is really built in padding…even with all this – I love and rock this fab bod!!

Dear Stella Sister

Published / by Amos Romero

What I know is that Emma and her life were a pivitol and needed change in direction for my life. I know for certainty that all the amazingly good things that I have in my life is because of the impact her life had on mine. I am a good person. I am not being punished. Emma’s life was exactly as it was meant to be – and I was the one chosen to be blessed to hold her, kiss her, love her and be strong enough to hold her memory forever. I know this on a intellectual level, now I just need to get my heart to believe it.

I knew there would be more Emma tears on my journey this year. I knew I had more inner work to sort through. These moments are difficult. Honestly these moments suck. But they remind me that I am one step closer to breaking through to a place within where I am peaceful and can finally tap into the unlimited reserve of myself that is going to create something bigger than I can even imagine.

There are no words to adequately describe my deep gratitude for you.

Thank you. Thank you for listening. Thank you for hearing my story. Thank you for sharing that it was your story too.

Thank you for sharing your kind words. Thank you for the loving touches as you passed me by. Thank you for trusting me with your tears, your experience. Thank you for trusting me with those soft places within that we often don’t share with strangers. I did not and will not take those confidences for granted.

Thank you for reminding me over and over why this business called me – it was always you, the woman with unshakable power, resilience and love.

I was afraid to share my deepest pain. I felt unworthy to stand in the same light as our founders and leaders. If only I could share with you how many tears I shed in fear. So for every hug (there were so many), smile, touch, and kind word – you made it worth taking the risk. Thank you for stopping me as I walked by, thank you for interrupting my lunch and dinner, those moments filled me so much more than food ever could.

What I know is this. There are no mistakes. Every moment counts and there is a reason for everything.

Our personal journeys are defining – share them. Our reasons for loving Stella & Dot are important – share them. Our spirit that will forever change our planet is powerful and bold – share it.

I’m tall.  I’ve always been taller than average and I’ve always wished to be a few inches shorter. 3 inches to be exact. Those who are shorter than I and apparently wish to be taller they will often say:

“wow, don’t you love being tall” or “it must be awesome to be able to reach everything” or even better yet “you’re all legs, lucky you!”

lucky me??? How about we go shopping together and we’ll see who’s lucky – the girl who can cut material off her pants to make them fit her or the girl who can’t…

I don’t hate being tall, if nothing else it creates conversation…and they are right, I can reach almost everything.