So I'm a pre-dental still in college but that's besides the point... I have a serious dental question and I wanna hear professional input as to how this happened. So since I was a little kid, I've always been a crazy cheek biter... I bit them so much and so frequently (like bit skin off all the time) that eventually, my cheeks and lips were really rough and covered in this whitish layer. Two days ago, I had a dental procedure done--gum grafting--for a recession problem; I've been prescribed Motrin, Peridex, and Amoxicillin. I noticed today my cheeks feel entirely brand new. No whitish coloration, no rough feeling... they're healthy pink and completely smooth though my lips are still a little bit rough but not as bad as before. How on earth did it get better that fast? My first thought was Peridex doing something but I don't know... I guess I didn't bite them as much after the gum graft, but I still wouldn't expect my cheeks/lips to have completely renewed themselves in just two days to feel completely different. But now, I'm planning on using this to stop biting to break the habit. Any input?