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Preventing Gingivitis

Posted: May 23, 2014 at 11:40 pm   /   by   /   comments (2)

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Gingivitis is also known as periodontal disease which is a gum disease that is caused by a large over growth of bacteria in the mouth. The bacteria out over growth will cause toxins to be released into the mouth causing gum irritation. It is estimated that millions of people from around the world suffer from this condition. If it is left untreated it can cause untold damage to your mouth.

Typically you’ll find that gingivitis is caused by lack of good dental hygiene. This causes plaque to build up on the teeth which is a bacteria that can be found in the mouth. Additionally when this happens Carter can also form and trap the bacteria inside between the teeth and the gums.

While that’s that bill hygiene is one of the major reasons as to why people suffer from gingivitis they can also suffer from this dental disease if they have any of the following ailments going on. If they’re suffering from diabetes, taking certain medications or have poor nutrition. Some genetic factors will cause gingivitis while stress and tobacco use are also causes of this ailment.

This is a generally mild condition that can often be reversed by a proper cleaning from a dentist. However if it is ignored it can turn into a severe gum disease. It can make government summation take place and into extensive damage to your mouth. So it is best to make sure that you are practising the best oral hygiene possible.

Preventing gingivitis will start by practising good oral hygiene. You need to brush their teeth of these twice a day and make sure that you are also flossing and using a good mouthwash. You should also make sure that you’re visiting a dentist frequently to make sure that your dental health is at its best. While gingivitis can be a very big problem with your dental health it does not have to be as long as you practice good dental hygiene and make sure you look into any other possibilities as to why you would be suffering from the dental ailment and do your best to keep it under control.

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  • Proper toothbrushing and periodically dental check up is the key factors in preventing gingivitis and periodontitis and ultimately tooth loss. Very short, yet very informative post. Congratulations.

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