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How to Cure Gum Disease (Treatment for Gum 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.
Plaque and its byproducts irritate the gums, making them tender, inflamed, and likely to bleed.
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.
The best treatment for periodontal disease is
- good oral hygiene,
- bi-annual visits to the dentist, and to
- avoid alcohol and smoking.
- Brush, floss, and use mouthwash at least twice per day for the best effect. Be sure to carefully brush every side of your teeth, including the back, to best prevent this disease. People often use mouthwash as a substitute for brushing, so if you do this then you are not getting rid of all of that bacteria that accumulates throughout the day.
- It is also necessary to receive a professional cleaning from your dentist to get rid of any plaque build-up that is impossible to get rid of with a brush.
If you notice symptoms like swollen or irritated gums and you do take care of your teeth, then you may not be brushing properly or there is a problem beyond your control. Avoid smoking and alcohol as these two factors are major triggers that can be easily avoided. Various illnesses and conditions may also cause periodontal disease, though the only way to know this for sure would be to consult with us in person.
We believe that continuing care is an essential part of your treatment. We are committed to providing lifelong, ongoing care including regular examination, radiographic assessment and oral hygiene continuing care. We provide the important role of initial preparation of the patient by way of record taking, further periodontal assessment, oral hygiene instruction and undertaking a thorough cleaning and preparation of the tooth and root surfaces to ensure a healthy mouth for proposed and upcoming treatment.
At the completion of treatment, it is important that an ongoing care program is established to maintain and protect your oral health and especially that of the treatment undertaken.
It is best to check with one of our dentists in Sydney so that we can check for the exact cause with our oral examination and x-rays. We will provide an oral care plan, detailed cleanings, and prescribe you with medication if your condition calls for it. Don’t wait too long or else the disease may develop into something far worse than it currently is, so give us a call today to schedule an appointment.
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