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By Lawrenceville Dental Implant Center And Periodontics, LLC
March 09, 2020
Category: Oral Health

Among the most common early warning signs of periodontal or gum disease is blood when brushing your teeth. Some bleeding might seem harmless, but it can also be a sign of gingivitis, which is essentially a mild case of gum disease. This means that your gums may already have an infection and if you fail to treat it, it can seep into gums and into your jawbone. When this happens, you have already developed periodontitis, which is a more severe type of periodontal disease.

Here at the Lawrenceville Dental Implant Center And Periodontics in Lawrenceville, NJ, one of our periodontists, Dr. John Lu, Dr. Raúl Figueroa, or Dr. Kevin Murawski, can determine whether you have gum disease and recommend the most proper treatment for your case. Meanwhile, you can watch out for these gum disease warning signs so you can obtain prompt and proper treatment for it as soon as possible.

Swollen and Red Gums

Periodontal diseases usually begin with inflammation of the gum line. In most cases, the gums may likewise feel painful and/or tender and easily bleed when brushing and flossing your teeth.

Foul Breath

The mouth is a perfect home for bacteria simply because it’s constantly wet and warm. Bacteria produce toxins that smell bad and could potentially irritate your teeth and gums. It could likewise be a warning sign of severe periodontal disease since the smell of your breath won’t really change if you only have gingivitis.

Sensitive Teeth

If you suddenly feel pain in your teeth when consuming cold drinks and foods, you should pay attention to what they’re telling you. This is typically a warning sign of periodontal disease and is usually accompanied by receding gums. When your gums recede, the dentin, which is the teeth’s sensitive part will be exposed, resulting in sensitive teeth.

Shifting or Loose Teeth

Periodontal disease could assault the bones holding your teeth in their proper places and make them shift or loose. When not addressed as soon as possible, this could negatively impact your bite.

It’s crucial to point out that all kinds of periodontal diseases could increase your risk of developing health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, pneumonia, and osteoporosis. With this in mind, visit your periodontist in Lawrenceville, NJ, if you experience any of the gum disease warning signs mentioned above.

 

Think That You Have Some Form of Gum Disease?

Call Lawrenceville Dental Implant Center and Periodontics in Lawrenceville, NJ, to schedule a visit with one of our periodontists, Dr. John Lu, Dr. Raúl Figueroa, or Dr. Kevin Murawski. Dial (609) 896-0700 for more information.

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133 Franklin Corner Road
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
(609) 896-0700
 

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