Prevention is the best way to avoid gum infections. Periodontitis can be stopped and controlled if diagnosed early.
Written By Aims Dentistry / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Some gum pains may be a small inconvenience while others may mean something more serious, so it is important to acknowledge which of those your pain is contributed to.
Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
There are many symptoms to look for that may indicate gum disease issues, including inflamed and bright red gums, constant bad breath, gums that bleed when you brush or floss your teeth, swollen or puffy gums, painful chewing, and loose teeth.
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