Gum disease occurs when the patient’s gums become inflamed or if the tissue near the tooth is destroyed. Various diseases can affect the gums, the ligaments that attach the tooth to the bone and the bone tissue itself. The danger of gum disease is that it can progress to a chronic stage relatively quickly, and ultimately cause tooth loss. Early and correct dental treatment is absolutely necessary.

Our experienced dentist will identify the problem, make an accurate diagnosis and choose the optimal treatment plan.

How does gum disease start?

Gum disease manifests as bleeding gums, tenderness when brushing, redness and swelling. Such inflammation is called gingivitis. If gingivitis is not treated, it can progress to periodontitis, a more serious disease.

What is periodontitis – characteristics and prognosis?

Periodontitis is an inflammation of the periodontal tissue that requires dental treatment. Signs of the disease are bleeding gums, exposure of the tooth root, tooth mobility / loose teeth and bad breath. With correct and good treatment, the prognosis is good.

What is periodontal disease?

This is a dystrophic destruction of periodontal tissue, which occurs against the background of systemic diseases, diabetes mellitus and hereditary factors. Without treatment, periodontal disease leads to critical loss of bone tissue and teeth.

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