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Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is caused by a bacteria infection which may cause sore or tender gums, and more seriously, it may lead to tooth loosen or tooth loss. Your gums will look firm and pink if they are healthy, but if they get infected, they will become swollen, red, or bleeding. Once you find signs of gum disease, you should immediately take actions or turn to your dentist.
Gingivitis and periodontitis are two types of gum disease, which will cause damages to soft tissues and even irreversible tooth loss. Fortunately, although gum disease is common, it’s largely preventable.
Gingivitis, referred to the earliest and mildest stage of gum disease, is the inflammation of the gums. It’s usually caused by plague, which is a sticky firm composed mainly of bacteria. Plaque forms when starches and sugars in food interact with bacteria, and when plague stays on the teeth, it hardens and turns into tartar that can collect bacteria, which will lead to inflammation.
Gingivitis is characterized by red and swollen gums that are easy to bleed when teeth are brushed or flossed. Although there is usually no obvious discomfort at this stage, untreated gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, which is more serious and irreversible.
It is often caused by poor or inadequate oral hygiene. Other factors like smoking, drinking, aging, genetic predisposition, stress, and pregnancy may give rise to gum infection too. So developing good oral hygiene such as brushing twice a day and good living habits can greatly help prevent and reverse gingivitis.
Periodontitis usually starts with plaque. When gingivitis is untreated or treated improperly, it will develop into the serious form. In addition to swollen or red gums and bleeding easily, bad breath will occur. As it progresses, it will lead to teeth to loosen or teeth loss. This can affect chewing food and speaking, as well as causing aesthetic damage to your smile.
Smoking, genetics, aging, type2 diabetes, poor diet, and stress are the most potential risks that may increase the chance of developing periodontitis, which means developing good living habits is a useful way to prevent gum disease. For many people, it’s a gradual and long process that may take place over many years. But good news is that if periodontitis is treated in time and properly, gum health would be restored.
Try these home remedies to reduce or prevent Periodontitis.
· Brush your teeth twice a day· Use an electric toothbrush with at least 2 minutes per time
· Floss daily
· Get regular dental check up and teeth cleaning
· Stop smoking
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