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Periodontal Disease

Peridontal Disease Periodontal disease also called Periodontitis or Gum Disease is a bacterial infection that destroys the supporting structures that hold your teeth in place. This bacteria infection has broken through the first line of defence, your gums, and now attacks the ligaments and bone that hold the teeth in the mouth. This is the stage where the bone loss occurs causing the pocket (the space between the gum and the tooth) to deepen and widen. Left untreated, this disease can lead to bone grafts, gum grafts, and ultimately tooth loss.

Gingivitis

Gingivitis is a very common and mild form of gum (periodontal) disease that causes swelling (inflammation) of your gums. Gingivitis can be so mild, you may not be aware of it. But it's important to take gingivitis seriously and get it treated because it can lead to some more serious gum disease.

If your gums are swollen, bright red or purple, painful or bleed when you brush, you may have gingivitis. The most common cause of gingivitis is poor oral hygiene. Good oral health habits, such as daily brushing and flossing, can help prevent gingivitis.

Periodontitis

Periodontitis occurs when inflammation or infection of the gums (gingivitis) is untreated or treatment is delayed. Infection and inflammation spreads from the gums (gingiva) to the ligaments and bone that support the teeth. Loss of support causes the teeth to become loose and eventually fall out. Periodontitis is the primary cause of tooth loss in adults. This disorder is uncommon in childhood but increases during adolescence.

Plaque and tartar (calculus) accumulate at the base of the teeth. Inflammation causes a pocket to develop between the gums and the teeth, which fills with plaque and tartar. Soft tissue swelling traps the plaque in the pocket. Continued inflammation eventually causes destruction of the tissues and bone surrounding the tooth. Because plaque contains bacteria, infection is likely and a tooth abscess may also develop, which increases the rate of bone destruction.

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