Your oral hygiene is not just about the beauty and whiteness of your teeth or the freshness of your breath. Your gums also need some extra attention while considering a health check on your oral hygiene. Even if your teeth are straight and perfectly studded around your jaws with zero cavity in them, this doesn’t really assure that you won’t be possibly getting any gum disorders. Gum disorders are usually painless, therefore a lot of people eventually ignore the health of their gums and end up having severe gum diseases that can be prevented if they took better care of them.
What exactly is a gum disease?
Plaque is a sticky, transparent layer of germ deposits that sits on our teeth and gums. Gums can start having diseases when this layer of plaque gets thicker along the gum line. This sticky layer of germs eventually cause infections that may lead to painful gum diseases among which the most common is gingivitis.
How to find if you have gingivitis?
Even if you don’t feel any pain along your gums but see the following indications on your gums then perhaps you must set an appointment with your family dentist right away! Gingivitis can be detected if your gums are:
Keep your gums healthy
Even if you spot out any of these symptoms in your gum line, don’t panic or think that this makes your condition irrevocable because you still can reverse the situation by taking good care of your oral cavity through following measures:
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