>>7849021 >Question that could easily be asked to a dentist >Question that implies that you have said problem and should go to the dentist, not only to ask, but to get proper examination >Posts on 4chan to ask random people on the internet
No, receding gums never grow back because they are a sympton of testicular cancer, which means that luckily for us, you will die in 2 months and thus will never propagate your shitt 2 digit IQ genes.
>>7849021 >told by dentists all my life that I have receding gums >turns out I don't have receding gums at all and it is just their tools being used improperly
My last dentist visit they had a new depth gauge tool. I left the dentist with a river of blood coming out of my mouth. I've never been hurt by anything more in my life and I've had more than 1 root canal done. I never have a problem with bleeding gums at home and I can be pretty aggressive while brushing and flossing but holy fuck dentists make me bleed like a river. When cut I've always bled really well, more than what I've seen most other people bleed with a similar injury, but of course it stops bleeding within the proper time.
>>7850062 Recovery was a week. I think it's permanent as long as you take care of your gums. I had it done while I was 17. Not sure. >>7850085 I didn't get a say in the matter, it was done while I was under 18 and still covered by my parents' dental plans.
>>7850641 >I didn't get a say in the matter > I was under 18
lol Yes, you have a say in the matter. All you have to do is not allow them to do it to you. That's really easy. Tell everyone to fuck off then just keep your mouth shut. Kick the dentist in the nuts if you have to.
>>7849021 Alright OP, listen to me. Healthy gums are really important. The bleeding is caused by plaque. If you want to stop this you need to visit a dental hygienist that will remove the plaque. After that, you'll have to floss and use special dental picks (they are like tooth picks but the operate more like small brushes) and use an electric tooth brush. If you accumulate too much plaque it will lead to a condition called parodontitis, it basically a constant inflammation of your gums. This inflammation can lead to weakening of the connective tissues between your teeth and your jaw and your teeth can fall out. Take care of your gums properly. Some people accumulate plaque more easily than others and need to take special care.
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