Paradontology is that part of dental medicine which is aimed at maintaining the health and treatment of all tissues in the oral cavity, periodontium, wreaths, bone and oral mucosa. The main aim of the paradentologist is to maintain the patient’s periodontium in a healthy state by proper treatment, timely prophylaxis and regular care for oral hygiene. When a disease in the oral cavity (gingivitis or periodontitis) has already developed, parodontologist will restore your health and keep your teeth through the best and most adequate treatment.
How often do we watch the dentist for removing plaque and tooth stones?
Plaque and tartar removal should be performed once a year (in patients with healthy gums), thus preventing the development of periodontitis.
SIGNALS OF THE WRONG INJURY
In gingivitis, gums swell, change color and bleed. Bad breath and gum discomfort occasionally occur (itching, burning and sometimes pain).
WHAT TO DO WHEN WE HAVE HARD WAVES?
If the patient has gum bleeding, breathing smell or other signs of the disease, he or she should contact a parodontologist who will diagnose and treat periodontitis as well as prevent the disease.
REASONS FOR REPRESENTATION OF GINGVIT AND PARODONTITE
After feeding between the teeth and the teeth, a small amount of food residue remains, forming a hardly noticeable soft plaque, which immediately sets up various microorganisms leading to inflammation of the gums and destruction of the periodontal tissues. With their accumulation, the plaque becomes stiffer and gradually turns into a tooth stone. Strong dental deposits make personal hygiene difficult and a soft plaque builds up on the surface of the tooth, thus increasing the gum inflammation and increasing the number of tissues.
Gingivitis is the initial form of periodontal inflammation that only affects the gingiva (gum) but the bone around the tooth is still healthy. It is the first and the earliest phase of periodontal disease and is a totally treatable condition. The untreated gingivitis usually deepens in periodontitis.
Normally, periodontitis is the result of untreated gingivitis. In periodontitis, the process has already reached the deep layers of the periodontium and has affected the bone supporting the teeth. Signs that show the development of periodontitis are gum bleeding, bad breath, itching, burning of the gums, formation of space between the teeth and gum roots (as a result of bone resorption), tooth discoloration, dental motility and change of their condition, pain in tooth contact with cold, hot, sour, sweet, and toothbrushes (a condition called hypersensitivity). During the exacerbation of the disease, it is possible to have pain, swollen cheeks and run out of the gums.