Posts Categorized: Gum Disease

Is Your Smile Showing Signs of Gingivitis?

Is Your Smile Showing Signs of Gingivitis?

Many people know that overly sensitive or deeply stained teeth can be warning signs of dental cavities. Yet people rarely know the early indicators of gingivitis, the first stage of a dangerous and chronic condition called periodontal disease, or gum disease as most people have heard it called. Gum disease involves inflamed gum tissue, which… Read more »

Want to Avoid Gum Disease? Here’s What You Need to Know

Want to Avoid Gum Disease? Here’s What You Need to Know

Sure, most people think about their teeth when they think about their smiles. But the teeth would be nothing without healthy gum tissue holding them in place. Unfortunately, gum disease is a common condition, one that is estimated to impact millions of Americans. Unaddressed, gum disease can lead to tooth loss, and may contribute to… Read more »

Getting To Know Gingivitis

getting to know gingivitis

Gingivitis is the early and mild form of gum disease. While it can be reversed, if it is left untreated it can progress into a severe form of gum disease, periodontitis. Gum disease is not only serious for your oral health, but it can negatively impact your entire body. Gum disease can increase the risk… Read more »

What Do You Need to Know About Gum Disease

Despite having “disease” in its name, many people underestimate the effects and consequences of unchecked gum disease. Often mistaken for a minor dental issue, gum disease can have a significantly negative impact on your oral health, leading to tooth loss and the destruction of your gums and jawbone structure. Gum disease can also influence your… Read more »

Do You Have a Gum Problem?

Do You Have a Gum Problem?

Are you concerned that your smile could be in trouble, specifically your gum tissues? Many people think only of their teeth, when they begin thinking about their smiles. Yet without healthy gum tissue to support the teeth, tooth loss is inevitable. This is actually why gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss… Read more »