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The Link Between Gum Inflammation and Other Diseases


Posted on 12/19/2022 by Singing River Dentistry Midtown
The Link Between Gum Inflammation and Other DiseasesYour oral health affects your overall health. Moreover, gum inflammation is a sign of many health problems in other parts of the body. So, in addition to a good diet and exercise, you must take care of your oral health too.

At Singing River Dentistry, our doctors and Our doctors can perform a routine dental exam to check for gum inflammation and other potential oral conditions.

The Dangers of Gum Inflammation


Gum inflammation occurs when a disease or infection causes irritation, redness, and swelling of the tissues that support the teeth. Bacteria in the mouth cause plaque buildup, causing the body to react and cause inflammation, damaging the blood vessels over time.

Health Problems Associated with Gum Inflammation


Gum inflammation usually leads to oral conditions like gingivitis and yeast infection (thrush). However, some links connect it to many serious health conditions such as heart disease, lung problems, diabetes, stroke, and arthritis. Even though not everyone with heart disease has gum disease and vice versa, there is a correlation.

Gum inflammation is usually a response to irritants and pathogens, which can spark inflammation in the cardiovascular system. Moreover, bacteria in the inflammation site can enter the blood vessels and reach the heart to cause inflammation.

How to Prevent Gum Inflammation and Related Problems


Brushing your teeth properly and regularly is the smartest way to prevent and treat gum inflammation. Good oral hygiene can help reduce your risk of other health problems. Gum inflammation is a preventable problem, and managing it at an early stage might further reduce the risks of other diseases.

At Singing River Dentistry, our doctors or Our doctors can treat gum inflammation and use your medical history to provide preventive measures. To schedule an appointment with us, call us at 256 - 562 - 4001 today.
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