“We found that soft gums are more prone to inflammation and have less gingival fiber development,” the researchers said.

They explained that fibroblasts play an important role in the maintenance, repair and healing of the gums, as well as producing a variety of inflammatory and tissue-damaging biomolecules. In addition, fibroblasts are associated with immune responses against pathogens. It turns out that the intracellular anti-inflammatory system is better on hard gums.

Source: Ferra

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