Gum disease is an of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth. It’s frequently described as a sneaky disease because you can have it and not be aware of it. Gum disease is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. The two phases of gum disease are called gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis causes red, swollen gingiva that bleed easily when the tooth are brushed. Since gingivitis usually doesn’t cause pain, many individuals do not get the treatment they need. The gingiva pull away from the tooth, leaving deep pockets where germs called bacteria could grow and harm the bone that supports the teeth.


Teeth might become loose, fall out, or have to be pulled out by a dentist. Irritation and pain in the gingiva bleeding secretion of pus swelling. If you do not brush and floss your tooth every day, this food can big problem for you. The rotten bits of food cause a bad odor in your mouth. Rotten food also helps bacteria to grow in your mouth. This bacterium may cause gum disease, or gingivitis. Additionally to causing tooth decay, many of those bacteria contribute to gum disease. One type particularly, fusobacterium nucleatum, assists other bacteria in adhering to the tooth and penetrating beneath the gum line.


Bacterial, viral or fungal infection arises in the gingiva and tooth produce acids and toxins that usually erode and cause inflammation of the gums. The inflammation makes gingiva swollen, red and spongy that increases the tendency to bleed and weakens the stability of the tooth by recession. Bleeding gingiva is more commonly seen in adults, since in case of kids, it’s mostly due to injury because of improper brushing. In case of adults or the aged, it’s frequently found to be related with a few disease. Females have higher incidences for bleeding gingiva than males. It’s very easy to prevent gingivitis if you follow a few simple rules. Make it a habit to visit a dentist at least twice in a year for cleaning your teeth. Make it a habit to clean your mouth after each meal or sweet that you’ve taken. The goal of periodontal treatment is to control any infection that exists and also to halt progression of the disease.

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