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Do you want Relief from Gum Disease?

Any of these Sound/Look familiar?

  • Bleeding Gums when You Brush?
  • Redness and Swelling of gum margins?
  • Friends and Partners noticing Bad Breath and Shying Away?
  • Black/Brown spots in Between Teeth?
  • Teeth getting Looser?
  • Sensitive Teeth?
  • Receding gums or Longer Appearing Teeth?
  • Find out how to treat this Effectively and Efficiently. YOUR health is Worth it.

    With Proven and Safe methods, we will help YOU Get Healthy, Desired Results.

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    Periodontal Disease

    Periodontal disease is a common medical condition that over fifty percent of adults worldwide face today. It can start off very mild, but may soon develop into a problem that is much more complex. If chronic cases are left untreated, it may become a trigger for periodontitis, stroke, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and digestive disorders. The standard signs of periodontal gum disease include loose teeth, inflamed gums, bleeding gums, bad breath, receding gums, halitosis, and can cause mental problems such as anxiety or depression.

     

    1. Normal, Healthy Gingiva(Gums)

    Healthy gums and bone anchor teeth firmly in place.

    2. Gingivities

    Plaque and its byproducts irritate the gums, making them tender, inflamed, and likely to bleed.

    3. Periodontitis

    Unremoved , plaque hardens into calculus(tartar). As plaque and calculus continue to build up, the gums begin to recede(pull away)from the teeth, and pockets form between the teeth and gums.

    4. Advanced Periodontitis

    The gums recede farther, destroying more bone and the periodontal ligament. Teeth-even healthy teeth-may become loose and need to be extracted.

    The triggers of periodontal disease can vary, but typically includes bad oral hygiene, alcohol, oral diseases, smoking, and certain medications. In most cases, periodontal disease in Sydney can be prevented by taking proper care of your teeth. Improper cleaning, as well as too much brushing, will irritate the gums making it more prone to bacteria and plaque build-up. The side affects from specific medicines may also be the cause, though you cannot know for sure without professional assistance.

    Types of Periodontal Disease
    There are many forms of periodontal disease. The most common ones include the following.

    1. Gingivitis:
    Gingivitis is the mildest form of periodontal disease. It causes the gums to become red, swollen, and bleed easily. There is usually little or no discomfort at this stage. Gingivitis is reversible with professional treatment and good at home oral care.

    2. Aggressive Periodontitis:
    A form of periodontitis that occurs in patients who are otherwise clinically healthy. Common features include rapid attachment loss and bone destruction and familial aggregation.

    3. Chronic Periodontitis:
    A form of periodontal disease resulting in inflammation within the supporting tissues of the teeth, progressive attachment and bone loss and is characterized by pocket formation and/or recession of the gingiva. It is recognized as the most frequently occurring form of periodontitis. It is prevalent in adults, but can occur at any age. Progression of attachment loss usually occurs slowly, but periods of rapid progression can occur.

    4. Periodontitis as a Manifestation of Systemic Diseases:
    Periodontititis, often with onset at a young age, associated with one of several systemic diseases, such as diabetes.

    5. Necrotizing Periodontal Diseases:
    An infection characterized by necrosis of gingival tissues, periodontal ligament and alveolar bone. These lesions are most commonly observed in individuals with systemic conditions including, but not limited to, HIV infection, malnutrition and immunosuppression.

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