ECO Balance Accelerator Device

Amplify and accelerate ECO Balance with the ECO device, specially designed for use with ECO Balance and featuring our patented mouthpiece. GLO warming heat and light accelerates ECO foaming action and increases contact time to penetrate all the hard-to-reach areas in the mouth, leading to an intense clean mouth feel and lasting gum health.

ECO is clinically proven to reduce inflammation 16X better than brushing and flossing alone when used with the ECO device.

Available only through dental professionals. Does not include ECO Balance formulation, sold separately.

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ECO is clinically proven to reduce inflammation 16X better than brushing and flossing alone when used with the ECO device. 


Gum Inflammation Treatment

Bleeding Gums Treatment



According to the CDC, around 47.2% of Americans 30 and older have some level of periodontal disease, or gum inflammation. That means a large percentage of your dental patients likely have gum inflammation. If you are seeking bleeding gums treatment or ways to reduce gum inflammation in your patients, our ECO Balance Accelerator Device actively helps reduce inflammation 16x more effectively than brushing and flossing alone when paired with our ECO device. Thanks to our uniquely formulated GLO warming and heating light, the foaming action experiences increased contact time, allowing penetration of hard-to-reach places in the mouth. This provides a deep clean and improved gum health. 

Can Inflamed Gums Go Away?

The cause of gum inflammation will predict how long it takes for the problem to resolve, as well as if gum inflammation home treatments will be enough to resolve the issue. No matter what is causing your gums to bleed or be inflamed, there are gum inflammation treatment options available to help. 

How Long Does It Take For Inflamed Gums To Heal?

Gum inflammation treatment can take as little as a week if  gums are inflamed due to something such as an injury or eating too much sugary or citrusy foods. Yet, if the problem is more deep rooted it will only get worse with time and cannot be treated at home. That's why it’s so important to treat the problem as soon as possible, as this can help eliminate the need for a more invasive in office procedure.  

Why Are My Gums Inflamed?

The number one leading cause of gum inflammation is poor oral hygiene. Even if a patient brushes their teeth every night, if they fail to properly floss they are at risk of developing sore, bleeding and inflamed gums. One of the first things you can recommend for bleeding gums treatment is for a patient to begin thoroughly flossing on a regular basis, this can help tremendously. This alone may cause patients to notice a decrease in bleeding each time they floss. 

Other common reasons patients experience sore, inflamed and bleeding gums include: 

  • Cuts or Minor Injuries 

Mouth injuries are very common and can incur from simply taking a bite of something wrong or flossing too hard. In addition, your risk for cuts in the mouth increases if you have orthodontic appliances or dental prostheses. Any improper shifting of these devices can cause gum irritation that can be rather painful. To stop bleeding gums caused by injury is simple, as it should heal given proper care. 

  • Sinus Infection 

This reason often surprises patients, but a sinus infection can in fact lead to gum pain and inflammation by promoting the growth of germs and bacteria. You can reduce gum inflammation by simply treating a sinus infection. 

  • Tooth Decay 

If a tooth is rotting or decayed, it can spread to the surrounding gum tissue leading to swelling, bleeding, and discomfort. 

  • Gum Disease  

This is an incredibly common reason patients seek bleeding gums treatment or complain of gum sensitivity. The most common form of gum disease is gingivitis, which given time may progress to periodontitis. If left untreated, it will only become more painful and eventually progress to tooth loss.  

What Is The Fastest Way To Soothe Inflamed Gums?

In some cases, inflamed gums may resolve on their own with simple at-home treatments.

Gum inflammation home treatment options include: 

  • Brush teeth 2x a day and floss teeth 1-2x a day.
  • Use a warm compress on painful gums.
  • Use a cool compress on swollen gums.
  • Rinse the mouth out with saltwater and/or baking soda to help reduce bacteria. 
  • Increase the amount of water you drink to help improve hydration and stimulate saliva production. A dry mouth will spur the prevalence of gum inflammation. 

If your patient has tried all of the above for over a week and gum inflammation still persists, it’s time for professional intervention to stop bleeding gums and reduce gum inflammation. 

Why Is My Gum Swollen Around One Tooth?

The most common reason gums will become swollen around one tooth is a cavity impacting the nearby tooth. The bacteria and infection can spread from the tooth to the surrounding gums. Gum inflammation treatment for this will require removing the cavity from the infected tooth. 

When Should You See A Doctor For Inflamed Gums?

Seeking bleeding gum treatments or looking for ways to reduce gum inflammation? Here are some signs it’s time for dentist intervention: 

  • Gum inflammation home treatment options are not working and swelling has persisted for over a week.
  • The swelling is reserved to one area of the mouth.
  • You hear a ‘pop’ and then taste something terrible in your mouth.
  • There is a bulging pocket in your gums. 
  • You constantly suffer from bad breath no matter how much you brush. 
  • Your gums bleed every time you brush or floss.  

Are Inflamed Gums An Emergency?

It’s important for patients to schedule an appointment to help reduce gum inflammation, although in most cases  it is not considered an emergency. Although, if the swelling is severe and localized around one tooth it may constitute a dental emergency that needs to be taken care of as quickly as possible. 

If gum inflammation is accompanied by fever, vomiting, or chills and is not improving with over-the-counter pain medicine, it is considered a dental emergency. 

Is Hydrogen Peroxide Good For Bleeding Gums?

Hydrogen peroxide is a good recommendation for patients seeking gum inflammation home treatment options, as well as bleeding gums treatment. This simple solution found in most medicine cabinets can help to remove plaque and improve gum health, as well as stop gum bleeding. 

Can I Fix Bleeding Gums At Home?

There are things your patients can do in the comfort of their home to stop bleeding gums, such as: 

  • RIsh your mouth with warm saltwater. The American Dental Association recommends using half a teaspoon of salt to 8 ounces of warm water. 
  • Rinse your mouth with hydrogen peroxide after brushing. 
  • Make sure to consume plenty of Vitamin C.
  • Quit smoking 
  • Rinse your mouth with coconut oil to help pull out deep rooted bacteria. 

What Deficiency Causes Gum Bleeding?

Several deficiencies have been shown to increase the risk of gum bleeding, including low levels of vitamin C in the bloodstream. In addition, a B12 deficiency can cause bleeding gums, as well as ulcers on the gums or tongue. Low levels of zinc can also contribute to the need for bleeding gums treatment. Without zinc your body cannot properly transport the vitamin A needed to heal gums. 
The perfect solution for dental professionals looking for gum inflammation treatment options? Our ECO Balance Accelerator Device is here to help reduce inflammation 16x faster than brushing and flossing alone when paired with our ECO device.

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