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Yellow particle deposition reduced gums
Yellow particle is deposited on two of my molars and it is not getting cleaned by brushing. And my gums are loose and are degraded due to which, over exposure of teeth can be seen . Please help
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Visit your dentist.
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This seems to be a result of poor oral hygiene. Make sure you get scaling and root planing done ASAP to prevent further recession of gums. Also post that please focus on your home care dental hygiene aids, like brushing, rinsing and gum massage.
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Do not miss bed time brush Use soft bristle brush Pressure rinsing after meals is of great help
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As you  described , that must  be calculus. Plz visit  dentist and and have a sitting  for SCALING. your  problem  will be solved.
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visit  dentst for scaling or cleaning.
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Do not use any sharp  object to remove that.
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Yellow particle on ur tooth surface is calculus.  U need scaling for ur teeth and need to visit d dentist for d same. Gingival recession  , swollen gingiva and mobility are the signs of gingivitis progressing to periodontitis.  So need to take up a call now. 
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use antiplaq mouthwash daily twice a day and maintain ur oral hygiene.
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Namaskaram, The yellow hard particles you observed are called calculus deposites. These deposites are hard and can not be removed with an ordinary toothbrush a proffessional scaling and deep cleaning is necessary for the removal of these deposites . These left untreated may lead to a condition called gingivitis ( swollen and loose gingiva leading to recession of the gums ) which you have started experiencing . Do visit a dentist as soon as possible so that there is no further damage . Team Shambhala .
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Kindly visit a dentist and get teeth cleaning done..that will help in recovering
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Hi u can do ultrasonic cleaning to remove the deposits and this will make ur gums more healthy
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