Q: What are the side effects of periodontal disease? A: It can cause you to lose your teeth and suffer other illnesses, the bacteria accumulating in your mouth is uncomfortable and causes bad breath and a bad taste, you can transmit it to your partner or companion, you can’t chew your food correctly, which can
What are the side effects of periodontal disease?
Category: Effects of Gum Disease
Q: My teeth are loose because of gum disease. If my gum disease is cured, will they become “tight” again? A: We would have to study models of the mouth and the bite. It may be possible to stabilize them through the appropriate periodontal treatment, in conjunction with occlusal therapy (analyzing and stabilizing the bite).
Q: Can advanced periodontitis damage the alveolar process? A: Yes. In this case, “alveolar process” refers either to the “tooth socket” or bone that holds the roots of teeth, or to the alveolar ridge, the jaw structure that contains the dental alveoli. Periodontitis is destruction of both of these supporting structures of the teeth.