I had strong pains in the gum. After several months I went to a periodontist. He said I had inflammation in my gums, and then gave me a complex treatment, but the pains remained.
After several more months, I followed advice from my wife, and started treating my mouth with salt. After several days of salting, the pains disappeared!
However, the periodontist still says I have inflammation, and have to go through the treatment again.
Now, I am not sure who to believe... the dentist, or my mouth (and my wife)?
So my question is: can regular salt-washing be a good cure for gum inflammation?