What was the chronic illness that left you in a coma for the last 3 years, how long has it been since you recovered from this state?
No problems. Due to the length of time you were in a coma, this would have resulted in some gum issues, including bleeding on brushing, and general bleeding. Also your teeth and gums would not be used to activity.
Just take things slowly, brush twice a day, it might be worth getting a baby brush which is a lot more gentle on your gums, but as the gums get used to being active again and it toughens back up, then the gums will gradually return to their original condition.
The sensitivity is also because of the lack of activity and the length of time you were in a coma, Although you said not toothpaste, it would be worth you using some cordosol mouth wash and a sensitive toothpaste for a period until things calm down. This will happen it will just take time I am afraid.
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So, just to check - gums can heal and teeth can harden it just takes time and good care?
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