Gum Disease

Four Common Causes Of Gum Recession

Getting “quite old” isn’t a soul-changing experience into adulthood. With incredible protection and periodontal consideration, nobody necessities to have uncovered tooth roots. Assuming that you’re beginning to see early indications of gum downturn or pondering treating it soon, it’s critical to figure out what causes it. That way you can hold it back from deteriorating

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Kick off Your Gums Toward Better Health

Solid gum tissues are the way in to a steady, secure grin in the years to come. However, with conditions like gum disease and periodontal infection debilitating your gum tissue, your possibilities of a “fantasy grin” can come to a dramatic end. Luckily, working with a periodontal expert to treat gum disease early can help

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Water Flossing: Tips And Tricks

Last month we talked about why and how you should be using water flosser. Water flossers are extremely helpful for cleaning deep periodontal pockets, between hard-to-reach teeth, and around dental implants. In fact, it’s Dr. Saunders’ preferred oral hygiene method right alongside using an electric toothbrush. However, the first few times you use a water

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Can The Wrong Toothbrush Damage Your Gums?

To keep your teeth and gums healthy, you need to make sure that you’re using the right toothbrush. Today there are many different types of toothbrushes available, but this guide will explain what types of designs, bristles, and techniques are best for keeping your gums healthy and supportive for your smile in the years ahead.

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Medical Conditions Linked To Periodontal Disease

You’ve probably heard it said before: “The mouth is the gateway to your body.” Today’s research shows that it’s true. In fact, it’s almost scary to learn how many underlying medical conditions can be directly affected by our dental health. Here are a few examples of oral-systemic relationships seen in clinical studies: Diabetes — It’s

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Is Crown Lengthening Right For Me?

Your gum tissues (gingiva) are often overlooked as a key element of a healthy smile. When your gum tissues are properly contoured around each tooth, it sets you up for success against unwanted decay and tooth loss. Healthy gums also make our smiles look more attractive, as symmetry and a lack of inflammation reflect both

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Long Hauler” COVID Impact On Oral Health

As time passes by, we’re finding out increasingly about alleged COVID “Long Haulers” who keep on experiencing linand manifestations after their underlying disease with the novel Covid. These apparently odd manifestations range from everything from intense tinnitus to weariness, regardless of whether those underlying side effects weren’t capable during their dynamic COVID disease. Along these

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Can Hormones Cause Gum Disease?

If you’ve ever heard the term “pregnancy gingivitis” used, there’s a good chance you subconsciously link hormones and gum disease together. Some women are a bit more susceptible to physical changes as their hormones cycle each month. Pregnancy and menopause are no different. Depending on what season of life you’re in, it’s common to see

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4 Reasons Why Your Gums Are Bleeding

Bleeding gums mean something is wrong. Healthy gum tissues don’t bleed. So, if you see “pink in the sink” after brushing and flossing, it’s important to figure out what’s going on. It’s not a condition that will resolve on its own over time, but rather one that requires rigorous home care and/or the help of

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Cold Sores And Laser Treatment

Are you someone who gets cold sores (fever blisters) on a fairly frequent basis? If so, you know how irritating and embarrassing they can be, especially if you have a job where you talk to a lot of people or need to make a good impression. And that’s not even considering special events like weddings,

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Periodontal Disease Linked With COVID-19

In the course of the most recent few months, we’ve seen new exploration that shows how having a current instance of periodontal disease can expand an individual’s odds of requiring a ventilator for treatment, in the event that they contract COVID-19. Comparative examinations additionally show that people with periodontal diseases are likewise bound to kick

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Conditions That Mask Periodontal Symptoms

Gum sickness is frequently reserved by constant indications of draining gums, puffy gingival tissue, downturn (long teeth), and awful breath. In any case, consider the possibility that your gums look totally sound. Indeed, it’s conceivable to have periodontal illness despite the fact that your gum tissues show up irritation-free and don’t drain when you floss.

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Air Purification Keeps Dental Patients Safe

“Aerosole” is a word we’ve all heard a great deal recently, on account of COVID-19. In dentistry, it’s likewise something we’re continually mindful of and protecting ourselves against. Particularly with regards to utilizing explicit kinds of hardware that may splash or create beads from an individual’s salivation. Fortunately, trend setting innovation presently exists that permits

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Social Distancing And The Dentist’s Office

Today, social separating is an aspect of our ordinary jargon. From standing six feet behind another person at the basic food item checkout to spreading seats further separated at secondary school graduations, it’s impossible to tell how soon things will return to typical with respect to our physical vicinity to each other. Indeed, even well

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