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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by nimrod, 9 Feb 2019.
I'm sure it'll be o.k if it's in the union.
Joking aside pal, my Mrs (35 years in Dentistry) is a qualified specialist dental nurse, so I asked her and her response was this >
Periodontitis is no joke and may cause tooth mobility and fatally loss. The first thing you need to do is visit your Dentist and see a Hygienist, in the interim purchase some Corsodyl mouthwash or Peroxyl and use as directed Please read the contra indications for allergic reactions!. I can not STRESS enough a Dental appointment is vital. you may have acute ulcerative gingivitis which may be painful for you to brush, once you have seen a hygienist to remove calculus and plaque and follow oral hygiene instruction you might stop the perodontitis from progressing, good luck and post on here how you get on.
Thanks pal, was hoping someone over 12 would reply.
Ive got an appointment for the Peri clean (or deep clean as they call it)
So Bacon is ginger?
You're confusing gingivitis and gingervitis.
Gingivitis is a gum disease.
Gingervitis is when you combust in direct sunlight if you haven't consumed enough human souls.
So which one is he again?
He's the moose shagger with rotten teeth and bleeding gums.
Its hygienic to wash your barse.
Get a waterpik or similar. It is surprising how much stuff is still left in your teeth even after a good brushing.
My wife told me yesterday about new evidence linking alzheimers with gum disease. Possibly a massive breakthrough in medical science.