Dremel tool likely to get rid of gingivitis!
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#1 Jun 18, 2013
As a person who has spots of gingivitis and has done a lot of experiments to get rid of it, it appears that one type of tool capable of getting rid of gingivitis is the dremel. But only if you have one of those black flexible-bristle brushes on it. Grinding stones and those metal-wire brushes will do more harm than good, as they would strip away healthy gums as well, and even the enamel on your teeth. You only want something capable of stripping away the diseased gums only, and that is the brown and black flexible bristle brushes. Nothing else.
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