Gingivitis, or gum disease, is one of those conditions that cause maximum damage to your mouth and indeed, throughout your body- it is very toxic, but it is also very complex to treat as well. You need help from your dentist at the first sign of the disease; this comes to light if your gums bleed after brushing, or weep, leaving a bad taste in your mouth. Your dentist will do everything possible, but in the end, it’s down to you. Strong products may be too much for your gums, so you need to change to things that can help fight the problem. One of the best options you have is the use of herbal remedies. Rinsing with salt water will help to stop the bleeding and weeping, but since the disease has made a start, you have to keep on top of it. There are many remedies that you can use to help soothe and invigorate your gums so you may need to do some research on line or talk to someone that knows all about herbal remedies. Echinacea, clove oil, tea tree oil, aloe vera and eucalyptus are among a dozen or so products you can weave into your daily regime. You can use them on your toothbrush, and soak your dental floss in them to ensure you are reaching all areas of your gums. Massaging your gums with herbal remedies will also help to diffuse any infection and enhance blood flow. You can buy all of these products in Bath, but using them is another thing, so you’ll need a professional take on it and if you can contact the Clifton dental studio in Bristol, they can point you in the right direction.