Best treatment would be a deep professional cleaning and polishing by a dentist. No toothpaste will remove the cause of Pyorrhoea but ultrasonic scaling will do. Brushing twice daily with recommended technique will maintain your oral health. You can use any toothpaste it doesn't matter. Visiting a dentist every 6 months for cleaning will prolong teeth life.
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Pyorrhoea doesn't cure if you change your tooth paste, cleaning has to be done, need to brush daily with any fluoride toothpaste, and then have to maintain your oral hygiene with regular dental check up atleast 6 months once.
Developing "pyorrhoea" at 19 years is not a very good sign for the future well being of your teeth. It suggests at least some degree of negligence and carelessness on your part. Also, gum disease arising at such an early age might be more aggressive in its overall natural progression.
I suggest that you consult with a professional dental surgeon or a periodontist at the earliest to allow institution of appropriate therapy as early as possible during the course of the disease, so as to minimize permanent damage.
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