Once you visit a dentist, there will be a thorough inspection of your mouth. A deep cleaning stops the birth of many oral diseases. It is the process of removal of plaque and tartar from below the gum line. This will reduce gum inflammation. Plaque is accumulated as a result of poor oral hygiene. The leftover food particles between the teeth result in plaque. When it hardens, it turns into tartar. This leads to gum diseases and becomes a home to bacteria. The dentist performs the deep cleaning to treat gum disease, prevent bad breath and tooth loss, and strengthen the root of teeth. The advanced stage of gum infection weakens the bones that support your teeth that can lead to loss of teeth.
Bleeding Gums: If there is bleeding from your gums frequently, then you need to visit a dentist. There are many causes of bleedings such as gingivitis, brushing too hard, periodontitis, leukemia, or deficiency of vitamins. Periodontitis is a gum infection that can damage the supporting bone and tissue of teeth. This can lead to tooth loss.
Halitosis: Halitosis is generally bad breath that may be caused by poor oral health habits. This can also be caused by an unhealthy lifestyle and eating food that has strong odors. Furthermore, if you don't brush your teeth and floss every day, left food particles can remain in your mouth. This can lead to bacterial growth between teeth, around the gums, and on the tongue. The dentist will use the Halimeter to detect the intensity of the odor.
Bad Taste: Maintaining poor oral health can be the cause of bad taste. Avoiding flossing and brushing can cause gingivitis, which can cause a bad taste in your mouth. Furthermore, oral diseases such as infections, abscesses, and even wisdom teeth coming in, can also become a reason for bad taste.
Gum Recession: Gum recession is a condition in which the margin of the gum tissue that surrounds the teeth wears away thus exposing the root surfaces of your teeth. This is the only cause of poor oral health, which may lead to tooth loss. When gum recession occurs, the gaps are formed between the teeth and gum line, making a home for the bacteria to build up. It is a common dental problem that many people don't even realize that they have gum recession as it occurs gradually. The initial sign of gum recession is tooth sensitivity. The dentist will do a deep cleaning to treat gum recession.
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