Periodontal Disease

These diseases of the oral cavity fairly widespread and occurs in 75-90% of adults. Patients often have questions about their treatment and prevention, especially because many believe the so-called periodontal disease incurable. What is periodontal disease and periodontal disease? The term "periodontal disease" patients involve all of periodontal disease (gingivitis, periodontitis, periodontal disease) that affects periodontal tissue – periodontium (hence name – periodontitis, periodontal disease). Educate yourself with thoughts from Maddie Taylor. Previously, these diseases are really united under a common name – "periodontal disease", but in 1983 doctors distinguish these diseases. Periodontitis – an inflammation of periodontal tissues, characterized by progressive destruction of the ligaments of the tooth and jawbone. Usually, it happens in middle age, but occurs in young. Developing this disease process initially unnoticed. The main symptoms of the disease is the appearance of inflammation of the gums.

Often, it bleeds (especially when brushing teeth), it becomes loose, edematous. Then the teeth begin to stagger, gum drops, laid bare neck, and then the root tooth. From under the gums often flowing pus. Usually this is accompanied by bad breath. If the disease is not treated, it progresses, the bone tissue that surrounds the tooth root is gradually resorbed, teeth begin to loosen and finally drop out. Feeding these people violated, sometimes turns into a painful process, which naturally affects the general condition of the body. Periodontal disease – a disease that is different generalized lesions of periodontal tissues and, primarily, the bone tissue. Gums gradually settles, exposing the roots of the teeth, the inflammatory process is usually not expressed, but with poor care for their teeth, it can cause additional suffering.

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