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[...] family. Periodontal disease is a multi-faceted disease. The initiating factors are primarily oral bacteria, and these bacteria can be spread from person to person. So, in that respect, periodontal [...]

Can dental implants get periodontal disease?

[...] build up on the base of the implant, below the gum line. Over time, the bacteria irritate the gum tissue, causing it to become inflamed, damaging the tissue and if not caught early, causing the bone [...]

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[...] cause women to experience discomfort in their mouths, including pain, burning sensations in the gum tissue, or mouth sores. Men have special periodontal health considerations, as well. A June 2008 [...]

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[...] can cause the gums around it to recede. In severe overbite, teeth may come in contact with the gum tissue of the opposite side and cause irritation to the gums.   Dr. Elyassian is a Periodontist [...]

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Is periodontal/gum disease contagious?

[...] /gum disease is caused by the inflammatory reaction to bacteria under the gums, so periodontal disease technically may not be contagious. However, the bacteria that cause the inflammatory [...]

What Happens in Your Mouth Doesn’t Necessarily Stay in Your Mouth

[...] Research has shown that there may be an association between periodontal disease and other chronic inflammatory conditions, such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, [...]

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[...] diseases. In fact, periodontal “miracle cures” may actually harm your oral health. Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the gums and bone supporting the teeth, and [...]

A Lifetime of Healthy Teeth and Gums

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