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Why Are Periodontal Diseases Harmful?


Posted on 7/18/2022 by Advanced Dental Specialty Group
Why Are Periodontal Diseases Harmful?Another word for gum disease is periodontitis, a potentially fatal gum infection that harms soft tissue and, if left untreated, can kill the bone supporting your teeth. Gum diseases may lead to tooth loss or loose teeth. Chronic periodontitis is a mouth condition that damages the teeth's supporting tissues and causes the attachment system and surrounding bone to deteriorate gradually. The development of gingival pockets and recession are its defining features.

Increases the Host's Inflammatory Response


Lipopolysaccharide, a component of bacteria that causes the disease, increases the host's inflammatory response: increased osteoclastic activity and bone loss resulting from this cascade of inflammatory reactions. People with periodontitis, which can also lead to tooth loss, have increased attention to neutrophils, C-reactive protein (CRP), plasma antibodies, thickening factor, acute-phase proteins (APP), and cytokines.

Gums Peeling


Periodontitis can develop from gingivitis if it is not addressed effectively. The gums peel away from the teeth when tartar builds up, creating periodontal pockets that are home to other bacteria. Because you cannot get to these pockets with brushing or flossing, the illness can continue to spread further. Your gums' health and the underlying bone will quickly degrade as your body fights the infection by attacking many of your healthy cells with its antibodies. Gum recession, bone loss, and tooth loss are consequences of periodontitis. In actuality, periodontitis is the main reason why adults lose their teeth.

Reduces Self-esteem


The most intricate effects of a smile with several missing teeth include difficulty eating and communicating. There is also a correlation between severe gum disease and overall physical health problems. Periodontitis has been mainly related to diabetes, heart disease, stroke, arthritis, and premature birth, while the underlying cause of the association is still unknown. It is becoming evident that permitting even a tiny part of your health to be damaged significantly impacts your overall health. For periodontal intervention procedures by a team of professionals, contact us today to have your appointment scheduled.

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