Gum | Gingival Disease


Gum disease is an inflammatory disease mostly caused by bacterial plaque and tartar on the teeth. Among the symptoms of gum disease, we can mention redness of the gums, swelling, bad breath, bleeding in the gums, displacement of the teeth and gum recession. Among these, the most common symptom is bleeding gums. While only the gums are affected in the initial stages of gum diseases; In the middle and advanced stages, the jawbone is also affected along with the gums.

The treatment of gum diseases is carried out by removing the main factor tartar and plaque from the tooth and root surface. Initially, the gingiva, which is red, bleeding and swollen, turns into a healthy old pink color in a very short time after the inflammatory tissues are removed.