Are you having bleeding in your gums? Does your breath smell of a very bad odor? Do you have red swelling in your gums? These are basically all symptoms of gum disease which is of varying severity – as low as a small inflammation of gums to major damage to the gum tissues that hold your teeth in position.
Causes of gum diseases
Gum diseases can be mainly attributed to improper cleansing and noneffective dental care due to which the bacteria starts accumulating in our mouth and thus forms a yellow sticky layer called plaque. Over time, this plaque gets modified into tartar which causes decay of the gum tissues and the teeth, leading to risks of dental decay.
Other related causes:
Treatments of gum disease:
It is highly advisable to exercise precaution and take good care of your gums and teeth to avoid any further risks and thus reduce the costs of treatment for the same. Better safe than sorry.
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