Tooth roots are the main structures that allow the teeth to stay healthy and strong in the mouth, even if they are invisible.

In a healthy mouth, there are bone surrounding the tooth roots, fibrils that strengthen the relationship between tooth and bone, and the gingiva that surrounds and holds this pair from the outside. Damages in this system cause many problems and complaints. Gum disease, which can be classified under different names, basically starts with a simple infection in the gums and progresses in the form of gum, bone and finally tooth loss.

Precautions to be Taken Against Gum Disease

  • Effective brushing of teeth at least twice a day. Brushing the surfaces of all teeth without skipping, taking sufficient time. It is the area that is as large as the back surfaces of the patients’ work in life and the bits of wisdom teeth.
  • Brushing teeth with oval movements as if massaging the gingival junction and gums
  • Make-up-free from make-up from the teeth of her teeth after brushing.
  • Changing the toothbrush every 2-3 months without losing its properties. It is better to change a manual-flat brush frequently than to use an expensive one for too long.
  • Bleeding while brushing is not an obstacle or excuse for brushing teeth. On the contrary, bleeding gums is the result of inadequate brushing of the teeth and gums.
  • Regular dental check-up every 5-6 months. In cases such as diabetes (diabetes), pregnancy, adolescence period, it is beneficial for people with this condition to go to check-ups more often, since the formation and progression of gum diseases is easier.
  • Cleaning of dental calculus detected in the controls by the physician. Although scaling is a very basic initial gingival treatment, more detailed treatments are needed as the disease progresses.
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