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Mariko McCall, DDS
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What Are The Signs Of Gum Disease?

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Dentists say it all the time, “take care of your teeth”. There is a reason behind all the hype of brushing after every meal and flossing regularly, as well as making sure you visit your dentist for check-ups. The threat of gum (periodontal) disease is real. It can affect all of us if we do not follow a proper regimen of oral hygiene

Periodontal gum disease is not something to take lightly. It can have a devastating effect on your mouth. In fact, gum disease can cause you to lose all of your natural teeth if it goes undiagnosed and untreated before it starts to cause irreversible damage to the bone structure. Additionally, research has shown that bacteria and disease in the mouth affect your entire body, making you more likely to experience stroke, heart attack, and diabetes.

There are many signs and symptoms associated with periodontal gum disease. The first is typically chronic bad breath, then bleeding of the gums when you brush or floss your teeth. When you see that your gums are bleeding, becoming red or swollen, or are tender and painful, you should contact Dr. Foncea in Knoxville immediately to schedule an appointment for an examination, for a correct diagnosis. If he determines that you are suffering from periodontal gum disease, then Dr. Foncea will work with you to create the best plan of action to address and reverse the problem.

If periodontal gum disease goes untreated, eventually gums will separate from the teeth, and teeth will become loose as the bone supporting them begins to deteriorate. Once this has happened, the only way to regain your beautiful smile and chewing ability is through cosmetic dentistry procedures like dentures, bridges, or dental implants. Catching periodontal disease early is essential to stopping the destructive process, saving your natural teeth, and safeguarding your overall wellness.

Suspect periodontal gum disease? Don’t wait another day! Call Dr. Foncea in Knoxville, Tennessee immediately to schedule a consultation and evaluation in his office.

 

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