Quality of Life and Periodontal Disease
If you are a news-savvy person, you have probably heard all about the connection between periodontal disease and other medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and low birth weight in babies. This makes it even more essential to maintain the health of your gums to avoid serious health complications in the future.
What many patients express to us at their dental cleaning appointments is that gum disease actually negatively impacts their day-to-day lives.
Pain and Sensitivity
Gum disease, even in the early stages called gingivitis, can make brushing, flossing, and eating feel uncomfortable. Inflamed and bleeding gums usually feel tender and sore. As gum disease progresses, this discomfort worsens. As ...