For simple gingivitis, work with your dentist. A concerted effort between good home dental hygiene and regular dental visits should be all that is required to treat and prevent gingivitis. If gingivitis continues despite the effort to prevent it, contact your doctor to investigate the possibility of an underlying illness.
Gingivitis can usually be managed at home with good dental hygiene. If gingivitis turns into the most severe periodontal infection, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG), commonly referred to as trench mouth, treatment at a hospital may be required.
The best home care for gingivitis is prevention.
Good mouth and teeth care, regular dental follow-up, and treatment of underlying illnesses are also necessary for preventing gingivitis.
Most cases of simple gingivitis can be managed simply with good oral hygiene and regular dental appointments.
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