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Adults over 35 years old present some form of   periodontal disease at a rate of 75%.

The periodontal disease is an inflammation that affects the tissues surrounding the tooth and the base (periodontium).


The gingiva, the perirhizoid and alveolar bone are tissues that surround and hold the teeth in the jawbone.

The inflammation is caused by the action of bacteria developed in the dental plate and leads to the destruction of the original gum (gingivitis) and then the bone leading to tooth mobility.

If not treated the inflammation that leads to the creation of periodontal chamber in which gathered more plate causing more inflammation and thus increased mobility.

There are many forms of periodontal disease

The most common are:

  • Gingivitis: located in the gums that are red and bleed easily
  • Incipient Periodontitis
  • Advanced Periodontitis

Symptoms of periodontal disease are:

  • Gums that bleed in brushing
  • Red slightly swollen and sensitive gums
  • Bad breath
  • Gum recession and uncover the root
  • Pyorrhea
  • Mobility of teeth
  • Light movement of teeth
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