Pyorrhea is defined as the inflammation of the gums, which discharges pus from the affected area and loosens the teeth as well. This is also termed to be a periodontal disease in the mouth.
Signs & Symptoms
Some of the common symptoms of Pyorrhea are bleeding gums, bad breath, receded gums, red gums, swollen gums, loose teeth, and other such conditions.
Poor oral hygiene is the main cause of pyorrhea. If you are following a bad brushing method, no flossing, and have bad habits of smoking and drinking, then this might be the cause. Some common vitamin and mineral deficiencies also give rise to pyorrhea conditions.
The dentists run oral examination and checks for plaque, bleeding gums, or tartar conditions. In addition to that, they also check for gum health to determine whether there is any condition of Pyorrhea or not. They give a clear verdict on the disease and will offer adequate solutions.
For preventing this condition, the dentists recommend you brush twice daily with proper technique. Do not brush hard on the gums as it would hamper the soft tissues.
The dentists prefer regular polishing and scaling to eradicate the trapped food, tartar, and plaque from the mouth. This will prevent all types of gum disease, tooth decay, and pyorrhea condition.
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