Aqua Dental Clinic

Gum Diseases

Don’t Let Your Gum Disorders Affect Your Oral Health

Gum Diseases

(Gum Inflammations)

Redness, bleeding, growth or recession of the gums,
It includes characteristic symptoms such as itching. If gingivitis is not treated,
It penetrates the surrounding bones and takes on a more complex structure.

How Does Gum Disease Develop?

Plaque, a thin, colorless film from bacteria in your mouth
originates and develops on your teeth. Untreated bacterial plaque hardens forms tartar. A coarse, porous mineral below the gumline
The accumulation of tartar is usually yellow or brown in color. Tartar, gums more toxins and bacteria by secreting the toxins that cause inflammation causes the development of periodontal pockets. This is the case of teeth can loosen and eventually lead to tooth loss.

Gum disease symptoms may include:

  • Red, inflamed gums
  • Bleeding when brushing or flossing
  • Gum recession
  • Loose or separated teeth
  • Presence of pus between the gum and tooth
  • Chronic bad breath

Gum disease can also cause other health problems.
it could be. Research has shown that gum disease is associated with heart disease, osteoporosis, stroke and associated with diabetes complications. Symptoms are mild at first – many people don’t realize they have gum disease – it’s even worse may worsen. If you smoke, if you have diabetes, if you are taking certain medications, enduring extreme stress or not enough If you don’t, your risk of gum disease may increase.

My gums bleed while brushing. Should I be worried?

Bleeding gums are a more serious condition, such as gum disease.
You should make an appointment with our dentists as this may indicate a problem.

Frequently Asked Questions

Although gum disease has a genetic component, other factors such as lifestyle choices, age, and oral health habits can also influence its trigger. Talk to our dentists to find out if you have other risk factors for gum disease.