Gum Disease Stages And Prevention

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Gum Disease: Stages And Prevention The conditions that cause us discomfort are often surprisingly sneaky. Gum disease is one of the common oral health issue that is surprisingly easy to overlook. Gum disease is also known as periodontal disease it is a pathological inflammatory condition of the gum and bone support periodontal tissues surrounding the teeth. Gum Disease Stages There are four stages of gum disease in which you’ll find some about common and serious gum diseases:  Gingivitis: Gingivitis is the earliest and mildest form of the gum diseases and refers to inflammation of the gums. It is characterized by redness and swelling of the gums. Unlike more serious gum diseases gingivitis rarely requires surgical treatment and it can usually be managed with a professional dental cleaning followed by attention to a regular oral care routine.  Chronic Periodontitis: Chronic periodontitis is the most common of the full- fledged gum diseases. The main symptoms include receding gums and the formation of pockets between the gums and the teeth. Chronic periodontitis occurs more often in adults than in children a majority of individuals with this condition are older than 35 years.

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 Aggressive Periodontitis: Aggressive periodontitis can occur in children as young as 3 years and sometimes even younger. At age 20 individuals with especially aggressive gum diseases can lose teeth. Aggressive periodontitis include a condition in adolescents sometimes referred to as localized juvenile periodontitis that involves an over-colonization of bacteria. Another form sometimes referred to as prepubertal periodontitis affects young children shortly after their primary teeth appear.  Necrotizing Periodontitis: As compare to all of stages this type may be the most severe. This stage also known as acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis the condition can destroy tissues ligaments and bones in the mouth. Necrotizing periodontitis is most common in people who smoke or in individuals who are malnourished or who have conditions that compromise their immune systems such as HIV/AIDS. How To Prevent Gum Disease The primary form of gum disease can treatable with a routine dental checkup. If caught early. It is fairly simple to help treat and prevent it by getting your proper oral hygiene routine. You can consult with Toronto Dentist professionals. Here are a few simple ways to prevent gum disease.  Brush Twice a Day: Just like every experienced dentist experts your Toronto dental professional recommends brushing twice a day can go a long way to help to prevent gum disease and infection.  Floss Every Day: Flossing can help stop gingivitis progression by removing plaque and food particles.  Give Up Tobacco: Smoking and tobacco may be responsible for nearly 75 percent of periodontal diseases among adults quitting is a great way to help stop gingivitis. The consumption of tobacco products causes damage to your gum tissue which can lead to receding gums and increased risk for gum disease.  Routine Dental Checkups: Twice yearly visits Toronto dental professional for checkups the Downtown toronto dentist professionals will suggest you best treatment of gum disease. Use this opportunity to talk to your dental professional about home remedies to help treat gum disease.  Healthy Living: You can also consider healthy diet like plenty of fruits vegetables and whole grains etc. Can help treat gum disease.

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A routine dental checkup can help you to stop gum disease before its starts. At BerkeleyDental a Downtown Toronto dentist clinic where you can get a solution for all your oral problems. The highly experinced dental professionals have several years of experience in curing the dental problems of the patients. All you have to do is make an appointment today for consultation.

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