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Posts Tagged ‘ gums ’

The Warning Signs of Periodontal Disease

Thursday, November 4th, 2021
The Warning Signs of Periodontal Disease
For many people, it can be difficult to learn from the dentist that you are suffering from periodontal disease.

For many people, it can be difficult to learn from the dentist that you are suffering from periodontal disease. While periodontal disease is not reversible in its advanced stages, it can be managed and treated under the guidance of our dentists and hygienists. Additionally, Catonsville Dental Care offers non-surgical, soft tissue management as a treatment for periodontal disease. This can help improve your quality of life and get your smile back. For individuals who haven’t been diagnosed with periodontal disease but have noticed a few symptoms that are causing concern, it’s critical to keep your eyes open for these warning signs of periodontal disease. Here’s what you should know.

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How to Keep Your Gums Healthy

Friday, March 12th, 2021

How to Keep Your Gums Healthy Catonsville Dental Care

Everyone wants that pearly white smile, but what about your gums?

Everyone wants that pearly white smile, but what about your gums? Not taking care of them is detrimental to your dental health. The reality is that even if you’re cavity-free, it doesn’t mean that you aren’t susceptible to gum disease. Since it’s hard to feel that gum disease is present, most people don’t understand that something is wrong with their gums (until they begin to bleed or the gum disease advances). Today, we will share with you six ways that you can keep your gums healthy. 

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How to Keep Your Gums Healthy

Friday, May 6th, 2016

gum-health

Taking proper care of your gums can affect the health of your whole body

Gum disease affects nearly 10 percent of Americans by the time they reach age 64. While this sounds like a relatively low number, it could be you if you fail to take proper care of your teeth now. If you don’t floss every day, for example, and brush at least twice a day, you are at risk. And it’s a bigger risk than you might realize. Poor care of your gums can affect many other facets of your overall health. (more…)