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Periodontal Disease and its causes Home Treatment For Gum Disease

Periodontal Disease and its causes 

Does this sound all too familiar?


"I eat my meals on one side of my mouth to avoid irritating my painfully swollen gums"

"I'm scared to even think about my next painful visit to the dentist"

"My gums are so sensitive that I do not brush as thoroughly as I should, even though I know that proper brushing is critical to fight gum disease"


Bleeding gums are a warning sign for Periodontal Disease (also known as Gum Disease), an infection of the gums linked to several kinds of bacteria, including Streptococcus Mutans. It is one of the most widespread diseases in the world. The American Academy of Periodontology has estimated that more than 80% of the American population has some form of periodontal disease. 

Stages of Periodontal Disease

Healthy Tooth and Gums Beginning Gum Disease Advanced Gum Disease
Healthy
Tooth and Gums

Healthy gums are firm and pink, and do not bleed when brushing.
Beginning
Gum Disease

Gums are red and swollen
and bleed easily; first signs of deposits on tooth roots.

Advanced
Gum Disease
Gums are very red and painful, bleed easily. Heavy deposits on tooth roots.


Periodontal disease, not tooth decay, is the most common cause of adult tooth loss in most industrialized countries. During the past decade, growing scientific evidence suggests that patients with periodontal disease are at greater risk for heart disease, lung disease and other systemic disorders. Studies have also linked periodontal disease to low birth weight and stroke. So in a real way, periodontal disease maybe life threatening!

Not only do diabetics have a much higher incidence of severe gum disease; their diabetes may actually be aggravated because of periodontal disease, as recent studies have shown. .more info

Periodontal disease is a very serious illness. It can provoke pain and suffering, sometimes for years on end, with recurring visits to the dentist and ultimately the periodontist for surgery. 

If left untreated,
periodontal disease can have a pronounced effect on wellness in general. 

Take action and make a change today!

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Ortho Sonic Brush System
Brushing teeth with braces has never been so easy! The sonic electric toothbrush with retractable bristles protects sensitive gums while brushes all the nooks and crannies of braces on teeth with ease.

Gum Disease Gingivitis
Periodontal Gum Disease

PerioEXCEL basiq CoQ10 Monthly Maintenance Kit
30 day supply of our proven PerioEXCEL gel with applicators. This kit helps to maintain adequate levels of CoQ10 as a followup to our PerioEXCEL IQ Intensive Care program.

Gum Disease Gingivitis
Periodontal Gum Disease

PerioEXCEL IQ6 DuoPack
The PerioEXCEL IQ6 DuoPack special includes 2 complete PerioEXCEL IQ6 kits with 6 bottles ea., i.e. 12 bottles total. It is intended for use in gum conditions that require a more intensive usage of CoEnzymeQ10, such as gum recession or more severe gum damage.

Gum Disease Gingivitis
Periodontal Gum Disease

SDC Replacement Brush Heads (Set of 2)
Replacement kit with 2 special brush heads with self-retracting bristles.Fits SDC Sonic Brush & Floss System, Virane Sensitive Brush.

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Periodontal Gum Disease

SDC Replacement Floss clips (Set of 10)
Replacement pack of 10 Floss Clips.Fits SDC Sonic Brush and Floss kit, Virane Sensitive.

Gum Disease Gingivitis
Periodontal Gum Disease

Sensitive Dental Care System I
The first artificially intelligent tooth cleaning system in the world adapts itself automatically.

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Periodontal disease is the most common cause of tooth loss. Periodontal disease patients have greater risk for heart disease, so periodontal disease is life threatening!