If the infected gums (gingivitis) is left un-treated then Periodontitis occurs. Periodontitis is also the key reason for tooth loss in adults.

Periodontitis: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatment
Infected Gums (Gingivitis) which are left untreated will lead to Periodontitis.

Periodontitis is also the key reason for tooth loss in adults.

Any type of periodontal disease treatment requires good daily care at home. Adding a Cleanplak® Water Flosser to your oral care routine is one of the most effective ways to improve gum health. This can be achieved by using the water flosser for only 1-minute a day.

Periodontitis Symptoms

In addition to the signs and symptoms of gingivitis, periodontal disease symptoms can also be as follow:

• A bad taste in your mouth and persistent bad breath
• Gums that pull away from the teeth or receding gums
• Loose teeth or a change in the way your teeth feel when you bite or chew
• Sore or tender gums
• Pus around the gumline

Periodontitis Causes

Untreated Gingivitis most likely causes Periodontitis. Inflammation results from the bacteria on your plaque which progress to an infection.

With periodontal disease, in addition to the inflammation, bacterial toxins and the body’s natural response to infection start to break down the bone and connective tissue that hold teeth in place.

Damage to the connective bones, gums, and tissue that support the teeth can result in tooth loss.

Treating Periodontitis

The Cleanplak® Water Flosser uses an effective combination of pulsation and pressure to clean where brushing and flossing can’t reach.
Clinical research shows that for treating Oral disease such as gingivitis and also improving gum health the Cleanplak® Water Flosser was up to 2 times more effective than traditional string floss and up to 80% more effective than other competitors in the industry.

Treatment of periodontal disease and periodontitis depends on the extent of the disease. It can involve a combination of special dental cleaning procedures, medications, and surgery. Your dentist or periodontist can best diagnose your status and prepare a treatment plan for your specific needs.

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