Symptoms of Gum Disease

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The complications of gum disease snatch the sweet smile. Modern medical investigations have related periodontal disorder to far-reaching health issues. Various dreadful troubles like cardiac failure, diabetes, stroke and even some kinds of cancers are strongly linked with gum disease. It also can be associated with the complications during pregnancy. It has been proved that death-dealing bacteria of the mouth set foot in the blood stream via gum disease and accordingly catered all over the body.

Focus on the Symptoms of Gum Disease

Gum disease has a group of symptoms like other diseases. There are several evidences with National Institute of Health that a big percentage of adults suffer this problem. In dentistry these below mentioned symptoms are significantly categorized under gum disease.

  • Red and Inflated Gum
  • Painful Gum
  • Bleeding from Gum
  • Pulled Away Gum and Pocket Formed
  • Loose Teeth
  • Tooth Loss
  • Alteration of Partial Denture
  • Pus Formation
  • Persistent Halitosis
  • Sores in the Mouth

If anybody experiences these above mentioned symptoms, he/she should consult dentist as early as possible. By consistent investigations, the dentist can diagnose and detect if any major issue develops silently. Once gum disease is detected it shouldn???t be procrastinated with negligence.

Advancement of Gum Disease

The untreated gum disease may lead to Gingivitis, Periodontitis and Advanced Periodontitis. Among them Gingivitis is the preliminary stage where inflammation occurs due to formation of plaque at the basement of teeth. If it remains untreated it hampers the soft tissue and teeth. In Periodontitis teeth holding bones and fibers is damaged. To avoid further damage expert dental care is highly recommended. But the Advanced Periodontitis is the most extreme stage of gum disease. In this time teeth are almost decayed and fall out. Keep your beautiful smile by treating gum disease at first stage.

Authored By Dr.C.M.Bejoy Mony, M.D.S.

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