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Gingivitis (inflammation of the gum tissue) Gingivitis represents the most common gum disease, as it represents the response of bacterial plaque adherent to tooth surfaces when a necessary oral hygiene is not provided.

Signs and Symptoms

• Bright red or purple gums
• Bleeding teeth or bleeding gums after brushing/flossing
• Swollen gums
• Bad breath
• Gum sensitivity and in some cases pain

After this point, the differences to occur over teeth will definitely come in two stages. In some cases, even when oral health remains low, gingivitis may remain at the same stage. On the other hand, it may develop into Periodontitis and affect the bone structure. Last but not the least, after a complete treatment prescribed from our dentists, patients may continue their home treatment and regain the strength of their gums.

Risk factors

• Poor oral hygiene levels
• Low dental care utilization
• Incompatible dental apparatus that causes plaque buildup over teeth
• Puberty, pregnancy, menopause etc. as changing physical conditions
• Smoking.

Treatment Period

The focus of treatment for gingivitis is the removal of the etiologicagent (plaque) over and around the teeth surface.
At home, oral hygiene therapy to eliminate gingivitis must be aimed and thought.
Replacement or treatment of misplaced fillers and dentures.
Arrange regular visits to the dentist

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