Gingivitis is the “softest” form of periodontal disease. If you do not treat gingivitis on time it can advance to periodontitis. There are many levels of diseases from this stage on.
Aggressive periodontitis can occurs in people who already have gum disease but they seem to be completely healthy. If chronic periodontitis occurs, bone loss as well as inflammation of the supporting teeth tissues comes with it.
Necrotizing periodontal disease is disease which includes a severe infection in the bone, periodontal ligament and gingival tissues. There is also Periodontitis -- a manifestation of other diseases.
Gums can be healed within a week, if not in just a few days. This goes to all other gum diseases besides the previously mentioned. No matter what kind of disease is causing your periodontitis, make sure you always fix the gums.
But your mouth can reach higher level of health if you follow the following practices, regardless of any other chronic health conditions. Anyone who has experience with metal fillings or root canals should follow the procedures indefinitely.
As long as your teeth are not completely filled with filling material, there is still hope for their treatment. Even teeth with depleted enamel and visible cavities have a “second chance”.
Every Recovery Starts With a Proper Diet And So Does This One.
If you eat acidic, nutrient robbing junk your gums and teeth will surely rot. While fixing your gums, make sure you get the right nutrition. This way you will keep your gums healthy and your whole body for that matter.
Fresh, Organic And Raw Vegetables Are The Most Important Part of The Diet.
Fruit is the second most important part while every other type of foods is a distant third. You should eliminate processed and refined foods, refined sugar (such as like sodas). Sodas are so acidic that they literally push vitamins and minerals off of your gums and teeth as they pass through. White rice and most breads cause the same.
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