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Gum is that part of soft tissue that surrounds the tooth. And the infection of this part mostly leads to loss of tooth. In most of the instances the disease is pain free. It is the duty of the patient and the attending dentist to look for that. Our dental surgeons are trained do that. Our dentists will check thoroughly the gums to find out any signs of this disease.
There are multiple causes of periodontal disease which include:
USUAL TREATMENT OPTIONS
Regular dental check ups and periodontal examinations are important for maintaining your health and the health of your smile. You don’t have to lose teeth to periodontal disease and by practicing goof oral hygiene at home, you can significantly reduce your chances of ever getting gum disease. Remember to brush regularly, clean between your teeth, eat a balanced diet and schedule regular dental visits to help keep your smile healthy.