19 out of 20 adults suffer from periodontal disease (gum disease)
The main cause of tooth loss is gum disease. Depending on your level of gum disease, treatment will need to either be carried out by a dentist or hygienist. Depending on the level of gum disease, treatment will need to either be carried out by a dentist or hygienist.
Periodontal disease can affect the bone and gum surrounding the teeth and periodontal therapy can help to treat and prevent this.
If you have any of the following, arrange an appointment with your dentist for them to screen and diagnose whether you have gum disease.
• Bleeding gums when brushing your teeth
• Receding gums
• Swollen or red gums
• Recurring infections in your mouth
• Loose teeth
• Spaces between your teeth
In order to keep on top of gum disease, it is important for you to see your dentist or hygienist for regular maintenance and review.
In many cases, gum disease will not become apparent to the patient until it has reached an advanced stage.
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