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Could You be in Imminent Need of Stratford Dental Implants? Take Our Gum Disease Quiz!

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By answering the quiz below and tallying up the points you score, you can determine whether you are at a grave risk of early, moderate or severe gum disease.

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Could You be in Imminent Need of Stratford Dental Implants? Take Our Gum Disease Quiz!

  1. 1. By answering the quiz below and tallying up the points you score, you can determine whether youare at a grave risk of early, moderate or severe gum disease.Gum disease is a prevalent problem in the United States in spite of all the high tech gadgetry we have toprevent and combat the full spectrum of oral illnesses. Most people suffering from this condition have no ideathey have it and this comes down to (1) the irregularity with which they visit their dentist and (2) the fact thatgum disease doesn’t tend to cause much pain! With the help of qualified and experienced Stratford dentalimplants specialists, we put together the following quiz to help you determine whether you might be one ofthe 80% of Americans who have gum disease!Take the Quiz!Answer the following simple questions and then tally up the points you scored from all your “yes” answers.You’ll find your assessment below.Question 1: Take a look at your gums in the mirror. They should be a healthy pink in color. Do they lookswollen or red? (Yes = 1 point)Question 2: Has it been more than a year since you last had your teeth professionally cleaned? (Yes = 1 point)Question 3: Do your gums ever bleed when you floss or brush them? (Yes = 1 point)Question 4: Do you chew or smoke tobacco, whether it’s cigarettes, cigars or pipe? (Yes = 1 point)Question 5: Are you older than 40? (Yes = 1 point)
  2. 2. Question 6: Have you ever had one or more of your natural teeth removed that wasn’t a wisdom tooth? (Yes =1 point)Question 7: Do your teeth look like they’ve become longer over time? In other words, have your gums recededexposing the roots underneath? (Yes = 2 points)Question 8: Are you aware of a constant bad taste in your mouth and chronic bad breath, even after you’vebrushed your teeth? You may have to ask the honest opinion of someone you feel comfortable with. (Yes = 2points)Question 9: Have you noticed a change in the fit and feel of your bite? Have any of your teeth noticeablyshifted? (Yes = 2 points)Question 10: Have any gaps or open spaces developed between your teeth in recent years? (Yes = 2 points)Question 11: Do your teeth feel loose and unstable? (Yes = 3 points)Question 12: Has your oral hygienist or dentist made a point of recommending that you come for morefrequent professional cleanings? More than twice per year? (yes = 3 points)Question 13: Has your oral hygienist or dentist told you that the natural pockets between your teeth andgums are “deep”? (Yes = 3 points)Your Score:1 – 3 Points: “You could be in the early stages of gum disease,” say Stratford dental implantsspecialists. “If this is the case, your family dentist should be able to provide you with the treatment you need toimprove your oral health. You should also increase your home oral hygiene efforts to help eliminate thebacteria irritating and infecting your gums.”4 – 10 Points: “You are likely suffering from moderate gum disease,” say Stratford dental implantsspecialists. “You should definitely book yourself an appointment with a periodontist – a gum specialist - as youmay require surgery to get your oral health back on track.10 Points or More: “You are most definitely in trouble – severe gum disease. Don’t waste any time inseeking treatment from a gum specialist or you’ll end up completely toothless. You won’t only be looking atcomplete oral rehabilitation with All On Four dental implants; you could be at a high risk of developing a suiteof potentially fatal diseases and ailments, such as cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and diabetes.Thanks for Reading

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