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Can gums be regrown?

Hello,

I have searched the forum and while there were few problems with receding gums nowhere has it been sad if they can only be stoped or actualy regrown.

Mustard oil massage is usualy recomended...will that stop the problem or help regrow the gums?

Has anyone sucefuly regrown them or treated anyone who has?

Thank you for your help.
 
  BGMurf on 2006-11-24
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use diluted myrrh tincture and make sure you clean the teeth gently but well. Let the dentist remove any scale on your teeth if any there.
good diet, vitamin C also.
 
erika last decade
Dear BG, oddly enough a few months ago I would have probably said no, but I have since witnessed in a patient with the most severe case of receding gums I think I have ever seen, the total regeneration and restoration of the gum tissue to how it should be. This problem was rectified under continuous anti-psoric treatment, and I see no reason why the same may not be done for you.

Best wishes.


-Jacob.
 
JCS2006 last decade
Dear Jacob,

Now that you have mentioned this case of yours i will pitch in with the sketchy details of the most remarkable case of my life.The patient happens to be my wife!!

I have been treating her for close to four years now.She had seven dark (pitch black) spots on her tongue since birth.They all disappeared by the end of the first year of the treatment.She had small cavities in two of her teeth.These cavities filled up on their own with natural regrowth of enamel!!To top it all, now the most unbelievable fact is that her big toe in both legs have grown longer by around 1 to 1.5 milimeter.Earlier even her third toe was a bit longer than the big toe, but no longer!!

Mentally/Emotionally she herself says that she has been reborn.From a very timid and shy girl she has grown into a very confident woman ready to take on the world.Hers was a case of mixed miasms.I have given her Carcinosin, Lachesis, Silicea, Pulsatilla, Mezereum and Bacillinum till now.

Her case and a number of other cases have convinced me that there is virtually a lot of scope before a disease can be classified as 'incurable'.What is needed is a good committed homeopath and a good trusting patient.Then 'magic' is possible with correct homeopathy.

With warm regards,

Rajiv
 
rajivprasad last decade
Thank you all for replying. I believed it should be possible, but the story of complete regrowth is very reasuring.

Erika - diluted myrrh tincture has given you regrowth or simply stopped? I don't really suffer from gum problems. I do have some recession on my front teeths wich was caused by bad toothrusghing and i'ld like to restore it if possible.
 
BGMurf last decade
receding gums are slightly problem gums, which is where the nourishment etc. may help. The myrrh helps with gum health and condition of gums.
 
erika last decade
Hi Rajiv,
I was pretty impressed by your treatment. Actually homeopathy has helped me a lot too and I was introduced to it when I was really really sick and nothing else worked.
Anyways, would you like to share the remedy which you think was helpful in filling up the cavities? I have a big one but I still think that nothing is impossible!
thanks in advance
Shikha
 
ruchika last decade
Hi Jacob,
Would you like to elaborate on the treatment and make some suggestions? I'm 31 years old and I have receding gums. I went to the dentist after 7 years and they told me that I have bad gum disease. Even 7 years ago a dentist in India didn't do any cleaning, just filled one cavity.
please respond
 
ruchika last decade
Along with any treatment, gum massage is very important. Use any edible oil to massage the gum and at least do toothpaste once a day with just finger. Use softest tooth brush.

I will rather say only massage works. Gums are a muscle.
 
girilal last decade
Jacob, you speak of a severe case which was 'rectified under continuous anti-psoric treatment'. Would you kindly share exactly what this anti-psoric treatment was? I too suffer from receding gums.
 
thaicat6 7 years ago

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