Changes in your gums can be alarming. After all, healthy gums are essential for strong teeth. However, many of us have little to no understanding of our gum health until things go awry. 

If you’ve noticed a hole in your gums, irritation, or other irregularities, you’ve likely started to panic. And while it’s good to worry about your oral health, it’s better to have an understanding of these changes so you can make the right decisions to treat the problem. 

Updated: 2/25/2020 Harvard researchers found that polyunsaturated fatty acid consumption could be an effective treatment and prevention method for gum disease. These new periodontal disease treatments focus on reducing inflammation…