Bleeding gums can be quite alarming. There are several conditions that can affect the bleeding of the gums including certain vitamin deficiencies. Here are the mechanisms, symptoms, and treatment for such conditions.
Oral hygiene maintenance is very important for people suffering from gum disease. The use of the right mouthwash can help patients prevent the occurrence, spread, or relapse of gum disease. We help you choose the right one.
There has been some recent controversy about the need for flossing as a regular part of the oral hygiene. Is it something that works as advertised or are dentists having second thoughts? Is there enough evidence about its role in preventing gum disease?
is there a toothbrush in the market that is better than everything else? Should people with gum disease be using electric toothbrushes? Does it even make a difference? All these questions and more answered in this article.
Gum disease is one of the common dental problems around the world. Its two main presentations are gingivitis and periodontitis. In this article, we outline the differences between the two in terms of symptoms, treatment, and prevention.
There are more kinds of toothpaste being sold right now than ever and a lot of them claim to be the best. What is the truth? WHich is the best toothpaste out there for gingivitis and gum disease? We help you choose.
Gaps or irregularly placed can occur naturally or as a result of gum disease. Braces are the best choice for correcting this problem. This article will explore the possibility of getting braces after having been diagnosed with gum disease.
It can be quite disconcerting to see the gaps between the teeth keep on increasing over time. It suggests that the dentition is unstable and there is some disease process that is underway. Here are the possible reasons and treatments for this to happen.
Gum disease is the most common cause of tooth loss in adults. Losing the teeth was at one time considered inevitable and a part of the aging process but we know now that is not true. Here is how tooth loss due to gum disease can be prevented.
Most people know that gum disease can affect the life of their teeth, however, they are unaware of the effect it can have on their dental implants as well. We outline in this article how existing dental implants or new ones can be affected by it.