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How Can Gum Disease Affect My Oral Health?


Posted on 2/8/2021 by Cassity & Legacy Implants and Periodontics
How Can Gum Disease Affect My Oral Health?Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease that has the ability to affect your overall health, generating cardiovascular problems, pregnancy disorders, gastroesophageal reflux, and even chronic kidney failure. The general health of your mouth is also in danger, which is why it is important to be aware of the number of different ways in which gum disease can negatively affect your oral health.

Periodontitis Has a Myriad of Ways to Affect Your Oral Health


Starting with infections, gum disease accumulates an incredible number of pathogenic bacteria that generate a chronic inflammatory reaction. If not controlled, it could quickly generate the typical clinical picture of an infection. Pain, redness, bleeding, and even atypical gum discharge is one of the most common manifestations of periodontitis. Usually, gum disease does not show any symptoms until the disease is quite advanced, so if you notice any of these, it is essential to contact our team as soon as possible.

Aesthetically, Periodontitis Is Not Favorable


If you have periodontal disease, then tour teeth and gums may appear to be red, darkened, retracted, and in poor general condition. In turn, it can negatively affect your desire to smile. Furthermore, if your gum disease becomes so advanced that there is evidence of tooth loss, you may need to opt for much more complicated and expensive solutions, such as an implant or a bridge. Fortunately, these issues can be prevented with routine dental checkups and cleanings.

If you notice that your gums begin to hurt or retract, or if one or more of your teeth begin to loosen, you should act immediately. When you have gum disease, it is vital that you seek treatment for it promptly, as it can be more difficult to treat in its more advanced stages. If you suspect that you may have gum disease, please do not hesitate to contact us to schedule an appointment at our office today.

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