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PERIODONTITIS IN THE EARLY STAGE

PERIODONTITIS IN THE EARLY STAGE

PERIODONTITIS IN THE EARLY STAGE Periodontitis is a serious and irreversible infection of the gums, characterized by the progressive inflammation, bleeding and destruction of the soft tissue surrounding the tooth which, if not treated in time, can destroy the bone in which the tooth lodges, causing loosening and possible loss. This disease is common and […]

HOW TO REVERSE PERIODONTITIS

HOW TO REVERSE PERIODONTITIS

HOW TO REVERSE PERIODONTITIS HOW TO REVERSE PERIODONTITIS Gum diseases such as periodontitis can be harmful to oral health and general condition if not treated in time, poorly treated gum diseases can cause heart attacks, stroke, among other health problems, periodontitis most often occurs in those over 35 years of age and anyone whose oral […]

The 1 difference between Gingivitis or Periodontitis

gingivitis or periodontitis

  The 1 difference between Gingivitis or Periodontitis Gingivitis or Periodontitis? Table of Content Gingivitis Bacteria that causes gingivitis Etiology of gingivitis Most frequent gingivitis sign Untreated gingivitis Differences between gingivitis and periodontitis Diabetes as a potential risk for periodontitis Ways to prevent periodontitis and gingivitis Contact us     Gingivitis or periodontitis? If the […]

Can Periodontitis Be Cured?

can periodontitis be cured?

Can periodontitis be cured?. Table of Content: What is periodontitis? How is the treatment of periodontitis? Then…  can periodontitis be cured? Contact us   What is periodontitis? Can periodontitis be cured?.  First, we define what is it. Periodontitis is a disease that affects the tissues that support the teeth in the maxillary bone. Its origin […]

Periodontal abscess

periodontal-abscess

Periodontal abscess A periodontal abscess is a pocket of pus that occurs in the tissues that support the tooth, called the periodontium, due to a bacterial infection. It usually occurs with a severe gum disease known as periodontitis, which causes the gums to detach from the teeth. This detachment forms a kind of deep pocket […]

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