Does Gum Disease Needs To Be Treated?
Have you noticed that when you brush or floss, your gums bleed easily? Or are they beginning to separate from your teeth? These are frequent indications of gum disease that you must never disregard.
Don't delay getting treatment if you have gum disease, whether you have only recently begun to experience symptoms or it has been impacting your health for some time now.
GUM DISEASE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
Gum disease is a severe and progressing ailment that starts when bacteria from plaque and tartar infect your gums. If left untreated, gum disease can worsen and raise the chance of tooth loss by destroying oral structures permanently.
GUM DISEASE IMPACTS YOUR OVERALL HEALTH
Periodontal disease that has progressed to an advanced degree has been associated with systemic illnesses such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, respiratory illness, heart attack, and stroke. Gum disease is brought on by bacteria that can enter the bloodstream, and the ongoing infection and inflammation can weaken your immune system.
GUM DISEASE LEADS TO TOOTH LOSS
Advanced gum disease is the main contributor in tooth loss. Periodontal disease can do significant damage to your gums and bones, if you don't seek treatment, and this damage can result in tooth loss. In the worst cases, gum disease obliterates so many oral structures that teeth are completely gone.
GUM DISEASE MAKES YOU FEEL LESS CONFIDENT
Gum disease has implications that go beyond the physical realm. It might be challenging to feel confident when your smile changes. Your smile looks less than attractive due to things like swollen gums, tartar accumulation, darkening in the spaces between your teeth, and more. Gum disease treatment boosts your confidence as well as the health and appearance of your smile.
CALL US TODAY!
Do you exhibit any symptoms of gum disease? Set up your consultation right away at our clinic in Edina, Minnesota. Dr. Bashar will be happy to give you the best possible care to prevent further health complications. Call us at (612) 800-8002.