Treatment of gingivitis, ulcerative gingivitis and periodontitis via the topical administration of NEO GUM
NEO GUM was used for the treatment of the above conditions via topical administration in spray form. It was used on 62 patients suffering from gingivitis and on 13 patients suffering from ulcerative gingivitis. It was administrated twice daily after tooth brushing, very light finger massage followed. Results from the said treatment are illustrated in figures 1 and 2.
Results from the treatment of gingivitis and ulcerative gingivitis are illustrated in figure 1 and figure 2 respectivly.
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Prior to the treatment, Gingivitis was rated by the majority of the patients at the Moderate to severe domain. After the treatment (lasting approximately 7 days) a percentage of 95% of the patients rated the symptoms and pain domain at none and a 5% rated the pain domain at mild.
The symptoms of ulcerative gingivitis disappear in about 10 days.
Analysis data from this study was the responsibility of the outcome measures was a critical concern. That is, a study with 58 patients tested the effects of the treatment and evaluated the immediate effects.
Gum recession starts to recover in about 1 month and continuous to recover at all treatment period (3-6 months according to the degree of the damage).
Moving teeth starts to recover in 1 month and continuous its recover during treatment. The treatment lasts approximately 3-6 months, according the degree of the damage.
Main symptoms of gingivitis (swelling gums, bright or purple gums, painful gums, bleeding gums, halitosis) disappear in 5 days maximum.
Symptoms of ulcerative gingivitis disappear in 10 days maximum.
Due to the rejuvenation of gingiva’s fibroblast, cells gingival recession start to recover after 15-20 days.
Periodontal ligament surrounding and supporting the teeth recover, thus becoming able to maintain them in the maxillary and mandibular bones and also start to recover in about 15-20 days.
Intensity of moving teeth begins to subside in 15-20 days and moving teeth gradually becomes fixated.