It means that it is not caused by tooth decay, but periodontitis. Dental calculus presses on the gums, causing swelling of the gingival papilla, and even deep into the root of the tooth to stimulate the tissue to form periodontal pockets. Acute attacks will cause pain, especially gum recession. If the gums are pressed, they will bleed. For the same reason, if the bristles are rubbed when brushing your teeth, the gums are very sensitive to hyperemia and easy to bleed.
What is the harm of periodontitis?
- When dental calculus expands and bacterial toxins increase, it will evolve into chronic periodontitis. At this time, it may not hurt after it worsens, but the dental calculus invades the roots, the alveolar bone is absorbed, and the gum height will also decrease. Teeth become loose, ranging from one degree to third degree. If inflammation is not controlled, the teeth will shift and severely will fall off.
- After periodontal inflammation, the subgingival granulation tissue will be infected and diseased. The outflow of gum pus and dental calculus will cause bad breath. Remember not to brush your teeth horizontally, otherwise it will be easier to irritate the gums, and on the contrary, bleeding will be more. Brush, not too hard, to minimize the accumulation of dental plaque.
How to treat periodontitis?
- First, take a film check, and then basic periodontal treatment, wash the teeth to break the calculus, then subgingival scraping, remove the root calculus, all the infectious substances are removed, the inflammation is initially controlled, and the bleeding is reduced. It is more for the periodontal pocket Deep, you have to cut off the tissue and remove the remaining dental calculus. After the operation, use kin Gillan mouthwash to speed up the inflammation and make the non-alcoholic gums comfortable.
- In addition, for tooth restoration, the retained loose teeth will be concentrated in place, but the gums are irreversible, and bone resorption is serious. It is recommended to do guided tissue regeneration to cover the exposed gums, loosen the lighter periodontal splints, and fix the heavier ones with permanent resin. Adhesion, because periodontitis is prone to recurrence, it is necessary to check regularly. Usually, you can clean your teeth with dental floss, and clean your teeth again as appropriate.
So your gums are already inflamed. See a doctor early and don’t let the calculus surround your teeth.
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