Importance of Treating Gum Disease

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The Importance Of Treating Gum Disease 
It is estimated that nearly half of American adults suffer from some form of periodontal disease. Unfortunately, many of these people delay getting gum disease treatment. As a result, the issue becomes much more difficult to treat. Pay attention to the warning signs, so you know when to visit the office of Dr. Amarik Singh.

There are numerous warning signs of gum disease. Some of them develop early on while others take time to manifest. Individuals should take note of these signs.

  • • Change in fit of bite or fit of dentures
  • • Persistent halitosis
  • • Sores appearing in and around the mouth
  • • Pus developing between teeth and gum tissue
  • • Teeth feel loose or feel like they are separating
  • • Gum pulling away from teeth
  • • Bleeding gums while flossing or brushing
  • • Tender, swollen or painful gums

It is easy to ignore these symptoms, but if they do not go away after a day or two, then it is time to take action. People who smoke, experience high levels of stress or take certain medications face an increased risk of developing periodontal disease.

Dangers of Not Treating It Early On
Gum disease only gets worse as time goes on. This means the periodontist will need to perform a more intensive procedure to correct the damage. When gum disease is detected early on, the treatment is much more manageable. Additionally, a patient can experience other health problems. Periodontal disease has been linked to an increased risk for rheumatoid arthritis, respiratory diseases and osteoporosis. Pregnant women need to treat gum disease immediately because the bacteria can jeopardize the health of the fetus.

Office to Call
Dr. Singh and everyone else at Periodontal Implant Associates are here to help you attain ideal oral health. We offer gum disease treatment for every stage of periodontal disease, so feel free to give us a call any time if you are concerned about your health.

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