Causes of Gingivitis
Daily dental care can positively affect not only the teeth but also the oral gum as a sensitive part of your mouth. Accordingly, oral gum inflammation is a normal result of dental decay. Therefore, We always advises patients to consider their dental hygiene. You will definitely need to visit a dentist if you feel any of the symptoms of gingivitis.
The unhygienic mouth can possibly affect the teeth as well as oral gums. Here are some of the gingivitis symptoms:
- Teeth sensitivity and bad breath
- Gum inflammation
- Severe toothache
- Blooding gums
Patients suffering from such signs should visit a dental hygienist as early as possible to offer the needed dental care. If gingivitis is left untreated it may leave a bad impact on molars around the infected area. To take care of this problem a dentist will clean the molar infection and then use tooth filling and dental crowns.
Complications of Gingivitis and treatment
Early treatment of gingivitis might help in avoiding the unfavorable consequences of toothaches and infected molars as well as the expected gingival recession in the long-run. To prevent such complications, one should make frequent visits to the dental hygienist to treat the affected molars and teeth.
There are some dental instructions that help in curing gingivitis:
- Thorough cleaning of teeth to get rid of dental plaque
- Following the prescribed medications
- Using mouth wash and gargles
- Periodic visits to the dental clinic