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What is gum disease?

What is gum disease?

What is Periodontal Disease? Periodontal disease is a very common problem among the adult population. In severe cases, periodontal disease can cause tooth loss, and studies show that it is the primary cause of tooth loss among adults over the age of 40. Periodontal diseases affect the function and aesthetics of the mastication system. Treating...

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Types of gum disease

Types of gum disease

Periodontal diseases can be divided into a few types according to the degree the disease has spread and the tissues involved. Gingivitis This is the relatively mild form of periodontal diseases, from which most of us suffer. Gingivitis only causes damage to the soft tissues, the pink gingiva (gums) surrounding the jaw bones, without damaging the bone and the tooth’s...

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Treatment of gum disease

Treatment of gum disease

The success of periodontal disease treatment is chiefly dependent upon the degree of cooperation between the patient and the treating staff. This is a mutual, long-term commitment. Maintaining Oral Hygiene Thorough brushing and cleaning between the teeth is the key to the success of every treatment for periodontal disease. The first line in treating any periodontal disease...

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The important role of dental hygienists

The important role of dental hygienists

The Importance of the Dental Hygienist To properly maintain the health of your mouth and teeth, regular visits to the dental hygienist are necessary. A thorough cleaning will make you healthier, enable you to eat, smile and speak comfortably and confidently, and will provide you with an aesthetic, glowing look. 1. The Dental Hygienist’s Treatment and its Importance 2....

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Gingivitis in children

Gingivitis in children

We are all under the impression that gingivitis is an adult issue. But in fact, gingivitis is a disease which crosses all age barriers and at every age, it is important to pay attention, protect and treat. Teeth are one of our most important assets. Regarding many other medical treatments, people have the background or ability to treat using various methods. However, when it...

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Bone augmentation around teeth

Bone augmentation around teeth

Our teeth are at risk due to periodontitis. Plaque and calculus accumulate on the teeth due to insufficient brushing and failure to use dental accessories such as floss, and this causes periodontal diseases. Periodontitis, over time, leads to loss of the supporting tissue surrounding the teeth – this is called gingival recession. The recession can be local or...

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