The gingivitis or inflammation of the gums is a very common and annoying pathology. In fact, more than half of the adult population has suffered from this pathology at least once. Many of the patients who come to our dental clinic in Oliva gingival problems that are not very serious but which, if not treated in time, can become more complicated and lead to major ailments such as gum disease. periodontitiswhich can lead to the mobilisation and even tooth loss.

To prevent the onset of gingivitis it is important to brush your teeth a minimum of twice a day in order to alter the structure of bacterial plaque and thus prevent its growth. In addition, it is also advisable to use antiseptic mouthwashes e dental floss to remove food debris and accumulations of microorganisms in areas that are inaccessible to our toothbrush. Treatment of inflammation of the gums usually consists of a oral hygiene in order to remove all traces of plaque, tartar and bacteria.

It is important to brush your teeth at least twice a day to avoid problems such as gingivitis.

Symptoms of gingivitis 

The warning signs that should make us suspect gingivitis include bleeding, sore gums, redness or bad breath. As the infection progresses, activities such as eating or brushing your teeth become more common. become very painful for the patient. Spontaneous bleeding may also occur, and some conditions may lead to bad breath or halitosis. On the other hand, there are risk factors that carry greater danger in the development of this oral disease, such as: stress, smoking, drug use or chronic diseases such as diabetes.

Bleeding gums are one of the most common symptoms of gum inflammation.

Personalised treatments for gingivitis

Fortunately, the gingivitis is a reversible disease, and therefore, all dentists We agree on the importance of visiting the dental clinic on time. In the Dentoliva Clinic our dentists assess the status of the disease - mild, moderate or no disease - and map out the patient's treatment. In the most common case, that of mild gingivitis, the best approach is to tackle the problem with a deep cleaning of the mouth. We therefore recommend that you regularly check your dental health in our clinic in Oliva in order to avoid major dental problems.

If you think you might have gingivitis, we recommend that you request a check-up at our Clinic in Oliva to rule out other scenarios; furthermore the first visit and diagnosis are free!

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