Teeth are indeed holding their own importance to the overall health of a person. It might sound strange, but most of the doctors and health expert would also advocate the fact the healthy teeth and gums are sign of good health and bad or degraded quality of teeth and gums represents as sign of bad health. And this rule applies to every species exist on earth.
Most of the oral problems arise due to negligence and only taken seriously when the swelling or any sort of acute pain is experienced. Thought degradation problem in teeth can be easily figured out but gums problem like Gingivitis can be unpleasant and brought discomfort, especially when the pus pops out.
So here are some easy trait you can figure out whether you have gum diseases or not:
One of the earliest signs! When in the morning, when brushing your teeth and in to make it shine bright, you tend to apply more pressure to make it sparkling white. And when you spit the foam out you see blood in it and some on your tooth brush. And even when you eat something you noticed the same. Then my friend, you have gum problems.
Gums are basically anchorage to your teeth. And due to some reason it tend to lose its grip over its root. This also sometime caused to have gap in between.
Red Swollen gums:
Some other symptoms like periodontal infection causes gums to swell and become tender. These sore and swollen gums can be extremely painful and cause great discomfort. Red, swollen and puffy-looking gums are a dead giveaway of gum disease.
The time when you eat your ice cream and the sudden wave of pain felt, like someone knocks you out with a punch. It is usually referred as sensitive teeth. This can also intensify even after eating or drinking something not so sour or sweet. Chances are that the sensitivity has been caused due to the onset of gum disease and not tooth decay and needs more care than just avoiding certain foods and beverages.
It indeed it is bad have and worst of someone close to you noticed that you have bad breath. Of course you can use spray-mint or chew some bubblegum, to control it. But the problem is in roots, literally! Our mouth is already housed of bacteria’s and with the conditions like Gingivitis; the pus content in inflamed part could make it even worst.
If all of a sudden you notice your teeth have suddenly become longer in the length and point toward gums. Recession of the gums, where the margin of the gum tissue pulls back, exposes more of the tooth or the tooth’s root. This could make it more vulnerable to cause teeth loss, as gum tissue layer that holds as anchorage to the tooth.
Proper dental cleaning that includes brushing, flossing, plaque removing and frequent check up routine to the dental clinic, would ensure overall oral health.