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Farragut area dentist explains the signs of periodontal disease

Periodontal disease is a serious dental condition that needs immediate attention as soon as it is discovered. Also referred to as gum disease, periodontal disease can cause irreversible damage to the teeth, gum tissue, and bone. This condition is often caused by poor oral health habits.

Dr. Foncea, who services patients in Farragut and surrounding areas, can help patients by educating them on the signs and symptoms of periodontal disease, and explain when they should seek assistance from a dental professional. His team at Sequoyah Dental Arts is here to help men and women in controlling the disease and ensuring they maintain a healthier smile for life.

Periodontal disease begins as gingivitis. This stage of the disease is noticed by inflammation and redness of the gums, bleeding during brushing and flossing, and unexplained bad breath. When this occurs, patients should immediately schedule a visit with Dr. Foncea for a proper diagnosis and treatment.

If patients do not seek prompt treatment for their condition while in the earlier stage of gingivitis, it can continue and develop into periodontitis. At this point, patients may begin to notice substantial changes to their smile. Gum tissue may begin to pull away from the teeth, resulting in pockets that can harbor bacteria, tartar, and food particles. This can continue to cause problems that eventually result in the loss of bone, teeth, and gum tissue. At this point, the condition can only be controlled and patients must speak to Dr. Foncea regarding the restoration of their smile.

Patients can decrease the risk of periodontal disease by maintaining a healthy smile with beneficial oral health habits. Patients should brush and floss their teeth after every meal and see their dentist regularly for examinations, cleanings, and x-rays when necessary. Working together with Dr. Foncea is one of the easiest ways to keep problems such as periodontal disease from developing. Several treatment options are available for patients who are suffering from periodontal disease, which can be discussed during dental appointments and consultation visits.

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