Posts tagged with gum disease

Improving Dental Health and Avoiding Expensive Dental Bills May Be Easier Than You Might Think?

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

I have a unique position from which to comment on what may work for dental health home care. When I say, "work", I mean something that has the potential to keep gums and teeth healthy for the long haul. The reason I have this unique view point is because I sell a particular dental tool. […]

Are You At Risk for Periodontal Disease?

Friday, December 4th, 2009

gum disease While there are certainly risk factors for gum disease such as smoking, chewing tobacco and pregnancy, it is important to realize that gum disease can strike anyone. Our lives as human beings are often riddled with stress which can also be a factor. I think it is important to point out what the […]

Why You Should Reverse Gum Disease

Saturday, November 14th, 2009

For obvious cosmetic reasons you need to work on getting this disease reversed. But you also have many other reasons to do this and they are highly important. Did you know that gum disease is caused by bacteria that are attack the tissue in your mouth? If not, you do now, and that’s what will […]

Why Should You Care About Gum Disease?

Friday, October 30th, 2009

gum disease You may wonder why it is important to end periodontal disease. But besides your teeth starting to look bad, and your gums bleeding there is much more to it than that. It can be linked to many different medical problems too. When you first notice that brushing or flossing is causing your gums […]

What is a Gum Graft

Sunday, October 25th, 2009

If you have discovered that you have receding gums, then there are a number of methods you will be able to turn to. One of those methods is known as a gum graft. Today, it seems as if the gum graft has gained a lot of popularity. What is a gum graft? Well, it is […]

What About That Laser Gum Surgery?

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

gingivitis Surgery of any kind is not something to look forward to. It can be unpleasant, not to mention painful and nerve wracking. One type of surgery that a lot of people put off having is surgery for diseased gum tissue as it can be very painful for some time after. Thanks to the latest […]

Gum Graft? – How To Tell….

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

dental health The question “How do you know if you need a gum graft?” is often asked by people who meet a dentist in a social setting or at some function or another with some frequency. This is a bit surprising, considering how most people not only don’t want to see a dentist but how […]

There Is No Need to Fear Gum Disease…

Friday, September 18th, 2009

dental irrigators Awareness of gum disease is at our fingertips. Education is readily available. Sometimes we neglect to realize how it can affect us. Bacteria, that forms in the mouth is a main cause. It can cause damage to the gums. Once the bacteria settles over time, it begins destroying tissues between gums and teeth, […]

The Occurrence Of Periodontal Disease

Monday, September 14th, 2009

oral irrigator Periodontal disease occurs throughout the world and is in fact the 2nd most common dental disease found worldwide. Basically periodontal disease affects the periodontium, which is the tissue surrounding the teeth. Due to improper oral hygiene bacteria can grow and cause the tissue to become inflamed. If left untreated eventually your teeth can […]

How Do You Recognize When You Have Gum Disease?

Monday, September 7th, 2009

oral irrigator Most people see white, healthy teeth as an attractive feature. Although a bright smile may be a help to your appearance, the more important fact is that a well cared for mouth is the only way to prevent gingivitis, a form of gum disease. Recognizing the early symptoms of gingivitis can be difficult. […]