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Gum Disease

People who suffer from gum disease usually have swollen, sore or inflamed gums. Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease that may cause your gums to bleed when brushed and bad breath. If gingivitis becomes more serious, the tissue surrounding your teeth may weaken causing your teeth to fall out. Gum disease is the result of poor dental hygiene allowing for bad plaque building up around the gums.


  • Plaque buildup around the gums causes them to become inflamed
  • Most adults will experience some sort of gum disease in their lifetime
  • Proper oral hygiene is the best way to prevent and stop gum disease from forming

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Who does it affect?

Most adults will have some sort of gum disease during their lifetime. However, most people receive the right dental treatment when their gums begin to bleed or feel swollen that it never develops past gingivitis. Also, people who smoke or have diabetes are more susceptible to gum disease and should make sure to visit the dentist regularly.

How to treat it

Proper oral hygiene can prevent most forms of gum disease. Regular visits to your dentist will allow for them to clean up plaque and prevent gums from becoming inflamed. However, if gum disease goes untreated your teeth may begin to fall out or need to be pulled. As a result, your dentist would install dentures and bridge in order to replace the missing teeth.




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