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Revolutionary Natural Approach to Reverse Receding Gums Without Dental Surgery

Oct 11, 2022

Confronted with the daunting verdict that receding gums can’t regrow, many feel disheartened. This is what most dental professionals will tell you — and it’s depressing to hear. It is usually the case that lost gum tissue or lost teeth bones won’t regenerate, particularly if poor dental hygiene habits continue. This leads to even more damage to teeth and gums, and finally to wobbly teeth that can easily fall out.  But what if there’s a natural remedy to reverse receding gums and avoid dental surgery?

The Possibility of Reversing Receding Gums

Recent breakthroughs suggest the exciting possibility of naturally reversing receding gums and even regenerating dental bone tissue. A case study with Oral Botanica illustrates this potential.

It’s hard to believe and might sound like a salesperson’s crazy exaggeration but this wonderful outcome has occurred for one of our Oral Botanica customers.

Ms. Kim’s journey, a 53-year-old with undetected gum disease, reveals a remarkable transformation. Faced with a dire prognosis, she embarked on a natural regimen that challenged conventional dental beliefs. The last dentist told her that she would probably need to have a tooth removed because there was a gap in the gum (called a periodontal pocket) and this gap was already about 7mm wide.

The dentist cleaned her teeth and gums as much as he could and asked her to return for the extraction in about four months.

Let’s have a look at her dental X-rays

xray of teeth before using oral botanica

Ms Kim’s x-ray of her teeth before using Oral Botanica


The “before” image shows the effects of the severe gum infection (a periodontal pocket – a space or opening surrounding the tooth under the gum line). This pocket has become filled with infection-causing bacteria.

Unfortunately, the trapped bacteria has led to gum disease. This is causing her gums to erode and recede, and the X-ray shows that her tooth is also damaged. The “pocket” around her tooth is at least 7 mm deep (1mm is about the depth of a credit card). Unfortunately, a gap of 7–12mm means that advanced periodontitis is setting in.


How to treat a periodontal pocket and prevent bone loss?

To treat this periodontal pocket, Ms Kim’s dentist needed to deeply clean the area around the tooth. He then made the unfortunate discovery that her receding gums had also led to bone loss. This often happens when the bacteria trapped in the pocket start to eat away at the tooth itself.

The dentist felt that Ms Kim would probably lose her tooth because it no longer had any support from her gums and had been weakened by the bacteria.

The solution he proposed was to pull out the tooth and replace it with a tooth implant. If her jawbone had become too weak, she may also have needed jawbone-grafting, a drawn out and costly process where bone, is added to your jaw so that dental implants can be fixed in place. These methods are both extremely expensive, and can be painful and complicated.

Luckily, that’s not the end of the story!


Oral Botanica: A Natural Solution

Opting for a holistic approach and avoid dental surgery, Ms. Kim turned to Oral Botanica. This natural remedy, rich in therapeutic oils, offered her a chance to avoid invasive dental procedures.

At that time, one of Ms. Kim’s friends gave her a bottle of Oral Botanica and she began using it diligently every morning and evening. She also rubbed it directly on her gums.

The results?

Six months later, Ms Kim returned to the dentist, who took X-rays of the tooth and surrounding bone. He could hardly believe his eyes! The bone around the tooth had started to grow back and there was no longer any need to remove the tooth!


xray of teeth after using oral botanica it treats bone loss naturally

Ms Kim’s x-ray teeth after using Oral Botanica


You can clearly see that the affected tooth is starting to regenerate and the periodontal pocket is becoming smaller.

Ms Kim still has her tooth and it is becoming more stable as time goes by. Her mouth and gums are also healing and gaining strength.

This is very encouraging news for anyone who has been told that their gums and teeth are beyond repair and may soon fall out.


The Science Behind Oral Botanica

Oral Botanica’s blend of six potent oils, including Tea Tree, Clove, and Myrrh, harnesses both traditional wisdom and modern scientific findings to combat oral health issues effectively.

We specifically selected essential oils with a long history of use in traditional dental care. Scientific studies are now supporting their effectiveness in protecting and healing teeth and gums.

Oral Botanica Classic is created by using our proprietary technology to extract  components from essential oils that are highly effective in balancing the microbiome in the mouth. These include Tea Tree Oil, Clove Oil, Myrrh Oil, Peppermint Oil, Spearmint Oil and Almond Oil.

However, we have not merely mixed the essential oils together. The power of Oral Botanica comes from the way we have extracted the very specific components from each essential oil, and carefully balanced and calibrated the proportion of each extract.

Ms. Kim’s results are very exciting and indicate that Oral Botanica has even more powerful healing properties than we initially realized. Of course, we need further results from a wider sample of customers to prove conclusively that Oral Botanica Classic can regenerate teeth bones and stop receding gums naturally, but this is a very promising discovery.


Oral Botanica Liquid Toothpaste to reverse receding gums



Understanding Gum Recession and Bone Loss

To prevent the distress experienced by Ms. Kim, it’s crucial to understand the underlying causes of receding gums and bone loss in teeth, from gingivitis to plaque build-up.

Receding gums don’t appear overnight, it’s a step-by-step process of increasingly tricky teeth and gum problems.



It starts with gingivitis, a gum infection caused by the build-up of plaque in the mouth. If your gums bleed or are swollen, this is a clear sign that gingivitis is making a home in your mouth.



Plaque is that sticky layer that coats your teeth and gums. It’s is made up of a gross mixture of bacteria and food debris. And it’s crucial that you remove by brushing and flossing carefully, at least twice a day. If you don’t remove it, it can harden into tartar, which your dentist has to chip off your teeth. This plaque also speeds up gingivitis and leads to receding gums and worse, gum disease!


Gum Disease

If the plaque continues to sit on your teeth, it will eat away at gum tissue causing those nasty periodontal pockets, which get deeper and wider. Eventually bacteria can start to dissolve the jaw bone, making teeth unstable and prone to falling out.


Symptoms of the receding gums

Often unnoticed, receding gums gradually lead to symptoms like tooth sensitivity and visible tooth roots. Recognizing these signs early can lead to more effective treatment.

Some signs of receding gums are:

  • Wobbly teeth that can move when you touch them
  • Overly-sensitive teeth, especially when you have hot or cold foods or drinks
  • Teeth that appear longer because more of the tooth is now visible
  • Being able to see the roots of the teeth
  • Changes in tooth colour, because you can see the root cementum
  • Spaces between your teeth getting larger
  • Cavities below the gum line
  • Inflamed gums
  • Bleeding gums when you brush or floss
  • Bad breath.


How far before the teeth fall out in receding gums?

Gums can recede to the extent at which the uppermost portion of the root becomes visible. The tooth ligament and bone can then be damaged, even though can’t see this. If you can see the root of your tooth because the gum has receded, it’s really important to see your dentist, start being vigilant about caring for your teeth and also begin using Oral Botanica immediately.


Preventive Measures for Gum Health

Emphasizing prevention, this section offers practical tips for maintaining gum health, from proper brushing techniques to the benefits of using Oral Botanica Classic.

  • Brush at least twice a day with a soft tooth brush or an electric tooth brush.
  • Make sure you brush correctly (see blog)
  • Use Oral Botanica Classic with its six natural anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial ingredients
  • You can also use Oral Botanica daily as a mouthwash to dissolve plaque.
  • Floss before brushing to remove bacteria and food particles from between teeth.
  • Avoid sugary foods and drinks because they can speed up gingivitis and increase bacteria in your mouth
  • Brush your teeth immediately after eating anything sugary.
  • Eat lots of fruit, vegetables and foods that are high in vitamins. Studies show that people with low levels of CoQ10 can lead to gum diseases.
  • Schedule a dentist’s visit once every 6 months for a professional tooth cleaning and scaling.


Conclusion: Empowerment in Oral Health

While contemplating gum issues like gingivitis can be unpleasant, taking proactive steps in oral health care is empowering. Oral Botanica provides a multifaceted solution, simplifying dental care routines.

Better still, take charge of your dental care now and make it a priority. Making sure you floss, brush and use a mouth wash every day is the easiest way to start, and Oral Botanica makes it even easier because it’s a toothpaste, mouthwash and also a breath freshener, all in one. Ms Kim experienced the results for herself and we can’t wait to hear how it works for you.

Happy Family using Oral Botanica and prevents receding gums

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