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Gingivitis as an early form of gum disease

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Gingivitis as an early form of gum disease

  1. 1. Gingivitis As An Early Form Of Gum Disease
  2. 2. • More than 75 percent of Indians over 35 have some form of gum disease and the most common one of all is gingivitis—the mildest form of periodontal disease. • It results in red and swollen gums that bleed easily. Bad oral hygiene and poor dental care leads to this problem. • It is usually caused by the growth of bacteria in your mouth which is not cleaned adequately and regularly. • The direct cause of gingivitis is plaque—the soft, sticky, colorless film of bacteria that forms constantly on the teeth and gums. • The mouth is a busy place, with millions of bacteria constantly on the move.
  3. 3. • Attention to everyday oral hygiene like brushing and flossing, coupled with professional cleaning twice a year, could be all that's needed to prevent gum disease. • The best way to prevent gingivitis is a program of good dental hygiene, one that you begin early and practice consistently throughout life. • Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once to remove food particles and bacteria is good way to start. • Dental treatment for Gingivitis begins with removing all plaque and tartar that has built up on the teeth. This can take up to a few sessions. • The dentist will then treat the roots of the teeth to ensure that every little bit of bacteria is removed.
  4. 4. • If you already have gingivitis, don’t worry. Visit us at Dentzz and we will ensure that you get the best treatment possible. • You can also find some Dentzz reviews online, that demonstrate how effective we are at what we do. • Gingivitis is a surprisingly common ailment and one that we have years of experience treating. • Read the complete article on, http://bit.ly/1I7Ao9R

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