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How Water Helps Treat Gum Disease More Effectively

Posted on 11/25/2017 by Dr. Dennison
Gum Disease University Periodontal Associates TX 77098
Treating gum disease is a process that takes some time, but if you keep up at it and you have a periodontist that helps with the process, it becomes much easier. One of the things that you can do when you are at home between treatments is to make sure you drink plenty of water.

Water helps to hydrate your mouth, rinses away debris more effectively than other beverages are often able to do, and helps to keep your mouth less acidic. These can all help you overcome gum disease more effectively.

Using Water to Help Improve Gum Disease Treatment

The first thing you can do to improve the treatment of gum disease is to drink lots of water. Everyone should get eight glasses of water per day anyway, especially those struggling with gum disease. If you don't normally get that much water, make sure to up your water intake.

The next thing you can do is to make sure that you rinse your mouth regularly with water throughout the day, as that helps to keep the tissues of your mouth more hydrated than other beverages you may normally turn to. After you eat, before you can safely brush, rinse your mouth out with water to remove any debris.

Finally, make sure that you drink water regularly with each meal. This helps keep things like higher acid levels from damaging your mouth, especially your gums. If you neutralize the acids before they can harm your mouth, you limit how much damage can be done to your mouth overall.

Keep up with the treatment that your periodontist recommended for you, just make sure you increase your water as much as possible to keep the treatment moving forward. For additional tips on helping improve your gum disease treatment, ask your periodontist directly.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (832) 975-0990 today.

University Periodontal Associates
3100 Richmond Ave,
Houston, TX 77098
Phone: (832) 975-0990


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