What is Gingivitis and How Can I Get Rid of It?

TORONTO - Feb. 25, 2021 - PRLog -- The term gingivitis is used all over the place, in commercials and dental offices. You have probably heard the term somewhere before. Basically, everyone has heard of gingivitis. But do you know what it is and what you should do if you get it?

What gingivitis really means is the swelling of the gums. It can also be called gum disease. In any case, it is used to describe when you have inflamed, swollen, and painful gums. When this happens, your gums can also bleed when you floss and brush your teeth.

Common Questions About Gingivitis

Who can get gingivitis?

In short, anyone. Everyone has the potential to get gingivitis if they are not taking proper care of their teeth. Plaque is the cause of gingivitis. Plaque is a sticky clear layer of bacteria that is attached to your teeth and constantly growing on your gums and teeth. Brushing your teeth removes this plaque so if you are not brushing your teeth, at least twice a day, this plaque will create toxins that irritate your gums, making then swell, which is gingivitis.

What if I do not treat my gingivitis?

Simply, if you do not get treatment, the gingivitis and plaque will turn into tartar. If this gets felt to get infected, you will get periodontitis. This will cause permanent damage to your gums and teeth. If you get periodontitis, this can cause you to lose teeth and damage the bones in your jaw. Recent studies have found that if you get periodontitis, you are at a higher risk of having a heart attack or a Storke.

Read More: https://www.dentalnetwork.ca/blog/oral-health/gingivitis-how-can-get-rid-of/

How We Can Help

Gingivitis is no joke. Proper daily teeth cleaning is essential. If you notice your gums swelling and bleeding regularly, you need to see a dentist right away. If you need to find one, use our website to search for one near you! Our website is completely free to use and super easy to use as well. If you want to give this a try and find one near you, go to our website now and search away! You can also contact us if you have any questions.

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