Grow Back Your Receding Gums With These Natural Remedies !

If you are experiencing receding gums then you have found a great article to read. In this article you will find 9 of the best home natural remedies to help grow back your receding gums. Your gums are not something you should ignore, especially if you are noticing some problems like receding.

Gingivitis, usually known as gum disease, is a dental issue characterized by symptoms like constant bad breath, red or swollen gums and very sensitive, sore gums that may bleed. If left untreated, it can advance to periodontitis and become a very serious issue.

Poor oral hygiene, resulting in plaque buildup is the primary cause of gum disease. Other factors that can contribute to this problem, include:

  • Smoking,
  • Hormonal changes,
  • Genetic predisposition,
  • Poor nutrition,
  • Stress,
  • Certain medications,
  • Diabetes.

Luckily, there are things you can do at home, that can help lessen your symptoms, treat gum disease and prevent further complications.

Here you can learn more about the top 9 home remedies for your gum disease:

  1. Oil Pulling

Oil pulling is a traditional Ayurvedic method that is great for oral care. It has an abundance of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It removes toxins right out of your mouth and gums and relieves bad breath.


  • Swish one tablespoon of sesame oil through your teeth.
  • Do this for about 15 minutes or until it becomes thinner and turns milky.
  • Spit it out and rinse your mouth with water.
  • Repeat the process daily for about a month.

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52 thoughts on “Grow Back Your Receding Gums With These Natural Remedies !

          1. Where you add a TBSP of coconut oil into mouth. Swish it around for 15-20 minutes. It kills bacteria in your mouth that brushing and flossing doesn’t get. It’s been a proven remedy. Coconut has natural inflammatory agents and is famous for killing bacteria.

    1. My dad started using liquid colloidal minerals when the dentist said he had receding gums. Six months later at his check up the doctor could not believe the difference. The key, apparently, is to used colloidal (plant based) minerals.

    1. I am a dental hygienist. Brush and floss 2 times daily. Flossing is key. You also need to be getting teeth cleaned regularly. If you haven’t had your teeth cleaned recently you could have calculus built up under the gums. Calculus is filled with bacteria. Bacteria contribute to the body destroying the bone. The loss of bone is why the gums are receding.

  1. Well! this is a ad for those fax teeth. Who ever put it on here should STOP. People are looking for help . And hope don’t play make your money some place else ๐Ÿ˜ซ

  2. The oil helps gums to go back to normal as all the bacteria is removed by pulling. Brush twice a day ; floss after each meal helps speed up process, stops bad breath too

    1. You kidding? Have you try it? It works for me. Floss you teeth with sewing thread instead of dental floss and then do the oil pulling in just one week you’ll see results. But constancy is the norm, a clean eating habits too.

  3. Unbelievable! Holistic healing is beyond the imagination by the above comments. All of the remedies mentioned are discounted long before they are even tried.
    Its essential to put out the effort , maintain consistant habits and then post what the results have on the guns.
    Negative responses from people who can understand directions and fail to try are simply frustrating and disappointing to read such negativity.

    1. I work in a periodontal office. You can’t grow back gum. Rinse all you want it won’t work. It can be fixed but not with sesame oil. Your dentist can give you directions. There are a few procedures. Brushing hard for years also causes receding gums. Good luck.

      1. And there are some dentists who still think amalgam fillings don’t leech mercury into our bloodstreams. I’ll end this argument right now by telling you that I am living proof that you can restore your gums. I’m 62 and had receding gums and deep pockets (as the dentist described them). I go for a cleaning every three months. Over a period of 5 years, my pockets have gone from a 6, and two 8’s to just one pocket left and it is a 3. The dentist did tell me that this is not supposed to happen.When my wife learned of this, she started my regimen. Now she has reduced her pockets by 50% in 2 years. I do oil pulling with CBD Oil (Hemp Oil)

      2. You are very wrong about that. I am living proof that diligent oil pulling and cleaning does make your gums bounce back.
        1) 1 T. Coconut oil swish in mouth for 10-20 min.
        2) rinse w/ warm water mixe w/ sea salt after spitting the oil out( make sure not to spit oil into drain)
        3) brush teeth w/ toothpaste,rinse w/ sea salt water
        4) floss and rinse w/ tap water
        Do this every morning. Brush and floss at night. When you feel that you have results you can do the oil pulling regimen twice a week.
        Hope this has helped๐Ÿ˜Š

  4. I’ve been coconut oil pulling for almost 4 years. My dentist always tells me I have extremely healthy gums. I’m 66 years old and have 2 teeth where the gums are receding. This does not help at all for receding gums. I will always keep oil pulling though ( and of course flossing) because it has so many beneficial purposes.

  5. This is an article about gum disease and prevention, all of which are sound methods, it is not an article of how to reverse the problem of already receded gums, you can prevent it getting worse but you can’t make them grow back again like the picture represents. Shame, I thought it was going to advertise a miracle solution but alas, I was fooled like everyone else who clicked on the link, never mind, at least we’re all clued up on how to prevent it happening in the first place.

  6. After reading through all this list of comments about receding gums, I am now totally confused about how to treat this problem. So no clear help at all.

  7. I have been in dentistry for 26 years. This is garbage. Use a soft toothbrush, brush up and down not back and forth. Replace your toothbrush about every 3 months. It is not rocket science, people! The toothpaste isn’t even that important. Use water if you like. Nothing grows the tissue back. You may graft it back. You may make the area less sensitive. It does not grow back on its own.

  8. It is true. Gum tissue does not regenerate. It does not grow back. Lung tissue does. Liver tissue does. Nasal tissue does. But, gum tissue does not.

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