gingiva

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gingiva

[′jin·jə·və]
(anatomy)
The mucous membrane surrounding the teeth sockets.
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Floss at least once per day to help remove plaque from between the teeth and gumline.
He will use lasers to whiten teeth or reshape the gumline.
The vinyl tray material must be trimmed one-half millimeter short of the gumline to minimize trauma to the soft tissues.
Not only will this keep the amount of plaque in your mouth down, but it'll also reduce the amount of bacteria and other nasty stuff that lives at your gumline.
Salivary cortisol samples were obtained by having subjects place a cotton swab (dipped in lemonade-flavored crystals) along their gumline for approximately 30 seconds.
Work it gently between teeth until it reaches gumline.
The Waterpik([R])Traveler[TM] utilizes pulsating water to clean deep between teeth and below the gumline where traditional brushing and flossing cannot reach, and it is clinically proven to be two times more effective than traditional string floss.
Baradaran can use a deep cleaning procedure, such as scaling and root planing, to remove the bacteria and infection above and below the gumline to help the tissues heal.
Listerine Whitening Align edge of strip with gumline, press and Quick Dissolving fold behind teeth.
Gum disease is caused by bacteria, or plaque, which settles between teeth and under the gumline.
Using an 18-inch strip wrapped around your middle fingers, slide it up and down between the teeth and under the gumline.
The Waterpik[R] Water Flosser utilizes pulsating water to clean deep between teeth and below the gumline to remove plaque and debris where traditional brushing and flossing can't reach.