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Painless receding gum cure

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June 10, 2013
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Summary:
Are you long in the tooth or do you have sensitive teeth? You may have receding gums. In fact, 50 percent of people have some form of gum recession. A painful surgery was the only answer, until now. Out of necessity, one dentist is trying to ease the pain for his patients and millions of others.


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