What causes loose teeth?
Having loose teeth is obviously a sign that something is wrong - teeth are not supposed to move.
The problem could be with the gums, the bone supporting the teeth or the fibrous attachment between bone and teeth. Consult with your dentist about your specific problem.
Regardless of the cause, these teeth must be treated to prevent further problems. If not, the continued movement can accelerate the damage to the supporting bone. If your gums are swollen and bleed easily, you could have an early form of gum disease such as pyorrhea. As it worsens you might lose some teeth. So if you want to keep your teeth, you must take care of your gums - gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss and 75 percent of Americans over 35 have some form of gum disease!
Gum problems and gum disease are often the result of plaque buildup. Plaque consists of harmful bacteria which, if not removed, build up on the teeth and ultimately irritate the gums and cause bleeding. Left unchecked, bone and connective tissue are destroyed, and teeth often become loose and may have to be removed.
So preventing plaque buildup (good toothbrushing and flossing) and conditioning the gums, helps maintain good oral health and keeps teeth and gums strong. Some of the ingredients in REJUV have been used traditionally for tightening the teeth. Astringent herbs like eaglewood and ficus bengalensis contained in REJUV™ - are said to be particularly effective.
We believe that REJUV™ is the most powerful formula available for strengthening gums and helping tighten loose teeth.
“For decades my gums were ‘iffy’. In fact so bad that I had lost 2 teeth. Then I came across Dr. Tung’s REJUV™ for gums. A recent dental visit shows my gums in excellent condition.”
Harold G., San Jose, CA