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4 Tips To Prevent Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is one of the most common oral health problems that people face. Gum disease is avoidable, despite its high prevalence. The advanced stage of periodontal disease, periodontitis, begins with bacterial development in the mouth. It can harm gum tissues and lead to tooth loss if left untreated. Find

Periodontal Disease: Definition & Stages

Periodontal disease, often known as gum disease, affects people of all ages and is a very common disorder. It could lead to several complications and also result in tooth loss. Hence it is essential to reverse periodontal disease as soon as you spot the warning signs. Our dentists at West Airdrie Dental have provided the

5 Common Signs of Gingivitis

What is gingivitis in the first place? Gingivitis is a form of gum disease. The most common symptom of gingivitis is inflamed gums. And in case you’re wondering why someone may have gingivitis, the primary reason is poor oral hygiene. Bacterial contamination across the gums is the start of gingivitis, following which, bacteria find their

Gum Diseases

What is Gingivitis and What to Do to Prevent It

Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss? Is it sore or outright painful when you eat? Do you have bad breath that mouthwash doesn’t cover up? Are your gums red or purple and swollen? Do they feel squishy, like a gummy bear? Do your gums look like they are receding? It’s very possible

Dental Health During Pregnancy: Part 2 – How Dental Disease Affects Your Baby When You’re Pregnant

An earlier blog revealed how gum disease in pregnant women and hormone levels can increase the likelihood of inflamed or bleeding gums. Further, a connection between low birth weight or premature birth and gum disease has been found through research. Premature babies have a higher risk of poor health conditions. These can include bad eyesight