What are the Stages of Gum Disease? | Western Dental

What are the Stages of Gum Disease? | Western Dental

What are the Stages of Gum Disease? | Western Dental

By Bryan Wright 55 Comments August 18, 2019


gum disease or Periodontitis is present in 75 percent of the adult population and can exist in varying stages of severity The presence of gum disease is determined during a routine Periodontal Exam which includes a gentle probing of the area between teeth and gums or gum pocket to measure the depth of the pocket The Deeper the measurement the more severe the infection Healthy teeth and gums are indicated by a pocket depth of one to three millimeters with no bleeding or sensitivity Healthy gums will appear pink in color and gum tissue closely hugs the teeth stage [two] is in the early onset of gum disease known as Gingivitis and is indicated by pocket depths of three to four millimeters gingivitis is caused when Bacteria start to multiply within the plaque and build up on the surface of the teeth causing red and slightly inflamed infected gum tissue If gingivitis goes untreated the condition may advance to stage three a more aggressive form of the disease symptoms become more visible with tender swollen gums that bleed easily pocket depths can reach five to seven millimeters in Stage three Bacteria multiply Invade the gum tissue and spread to [the] underlying bone that supports the teeth gums may bleed when probed and may appear swollen recommended treatment may include Scaling and root planing [a] type of deep cleaning that goes below the gum line where Bacteria like to hide and a locally delivered antibiotic such as a reston that will continue to fight the infection and allow the gum tissue to heal as Gum disease advances to stage four pocket depths increase to eight to nine millimeters or more and further deterioration of teeth and Surrounding bone occurs Teeth will become loose and roots will become exposed as further bonus lost Bacteria and their toxins will now invade the blood vessels in the gum tissue and travel to vital organs [in] addition to scaling and root planing and an application of a local antibiotic some teeth may need to be Extracted and a consultation with a periodontist or gum specialist may be scheduled for further regenerative procedures in All cases gum disease is a treatable condition and if detected early on can be reversed with good patient home care and Periodic recall visits the more advanced forms of gum disease cannot be fully reversed and treatment becomes costly and time-consuming Your doctor will recommend the most effective course of treatment for your particular condition Total oral [Healthcare] begins at home Your doctor can suggest professional quality home care tools that will help you maintain healthy gums and a bright beautiful smile

55 Comments found

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Cindy Huff

Why is nothing said about drinking raw milk to remineralize teeth or doing coconut oil pulling to rid the mouth of bad bacteria or about maintaining superior gut health to encourage overall maintenance of friendly bacteria to fight off the undoubtedly stuff? This is ridiculous and outdated info and I can't believe it's being sent to me by my insurance company. 😳

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Cindy Huff

Wait – maybe that's why they sent it? They make tons more money I'd my health is inferior. Sad.

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PortalSniper420

I have gingivitis does that mean I have gums disease

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TezaAnnMarie Lynch

I have a little bump on my gum do I have gum disease I'm scared

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Federico Sagun

go to your local gp to prescribe you a 250mg of azithromycin tablets 3 tablet. its the best antibiotic. take 1 tablet a day for 3 days then wait a week. you will notice that your gum will stop bleeding and your tooth will stop to wobble as progress. then go to your local dentist to have your teeth clean. periodontitis is a germ that reside in gum that need to get rid off in able for your gum to heal. thier is a cure and its cheap.

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Jessical Alba

ALL THANKS TO DR WILLIAMS FOR THE GREAT DEED HE HAVE DON FOR MY DAUGHTER?
My daughter suffered from a terrible gingivitis for more than 23 years which started after she turned 5 we all thought it will end but got even worse as days went by. We tried all several treatments and therapy prescribed by various doctors we met but to no avail, she have always complain of teeth pain because of the pus between her teeth and gums. She usually tells me she fee pain when chewing. This were steady pains that disrupted her entire life, and she slept less because of this.It was during a casual conversation with a friend that i learned about dr Williams herbal medicine I was able to contact him on his email address. and give him all the necessary information that he needed,few day later he sent me the herbal portion and his medicine was able to restore her teeth back to normal and she is very okay now without any side effects whatsoever. If you have any teeth disease , do not hesitate to contact him on [email protected] for advice and for his product. I hope this also helps someone out there.

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My Channel Sucks Ass

I have gingivitis😯

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Madhvi David

I have aggressive periodontitis

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Skull crushers Life stories

i'm 12 and I regret watching this 😓😓😓

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Killer Meme Star

I have braces and I have gum disease. I noticed my gums are starting to cover my teeth and my gums are very red. I have gums that bleed easily and i have large bumps above my teeth.

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Thief Eli

Oh crap I have gingivitis and I am actually considering an emergency dentist appointment ASAP

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Sten La Faille

Is it possible to have between Healthy and gingivitis?

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Trxvis Scxtt

It hurt so much sometimes I can't sleep in the middle of the night and on school nights I guess have gingivitis 🙁

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James Morris

I hate myself for letting my teeth get this bad…i hated brushing my teeth when i was a kid and my parents really never made me do it. Ive had 4 extractions and my front tooth completely broke off from an airbag (crazy right??)…now i have to rinse with peroxide and sleep with a humidifier because i have dry mouth. Brush your teeth people!!! This sucks

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UniformCrowd724 Pro roblox account

Is it possible to have it on only one side of your mouth

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Daddy_Pringles

OH CRAP I THINK I HAVE 3 CAUSE IT BLEEDS

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Sweet Sugar

CRAP MY FRONT TEETH ARE ON STAGE 3 OR 4 MAYBE OMG HELP IM 13 I DONT WANNA LOSE MY TEETH!! I GOT TREATMENT BUT IT WENT BACK TO BEING YELLOW AND I EVEN BRUSH MY TEETH EVERYDAY

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Joni Chastain

I have stage 3 heading in to stage 4. And I can't go to the dentist, I have no insurance and no way to pay for it. Well guess I need go get the vicegrips and hope for the beat.

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Sophia Rose

Two of my bottom teeth have the early stage and the dentist told me cause they are really crooked that's why it's hard to floss but now I have braces and they are slowly getting better but some other areas of my gum are starting to swell HELP

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DooM KinG

Hay your a fucking legend this is the perfect set of information to make a decision

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Marcelo Lovo

i thought i had serious gum disease cause of some swollen gums. turns out its just swollen gums.

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Miss Chloe Jenkins

i'm at stage 5 where I have lost several teeth and in a predicament were I suffer with gum disease everyday, I have had this for the past 10 years now and dentists are just really crap and they don't do their job properly because if they did we would not suffer more after the treatment.

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Tophat

But dental is fucking expensive.

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ceeloc

I floss and brush everyday. Today I went to the dentist and they said I have a 9mm pocket!!!!!!!!! 6 months ago it was 3-4mm. WTF.

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Joseph Washkevich

I'm currently trying to reverse gingivitis. I flossed for the first time in a long time tonight, and though it hurt and I was bleeding like crazy, it's better than losing my teeth. I pretty much got the dental equivalent of getting off with a warning. If you're reading this and don't take care of your teeth, please start doing so now. Slothfulness in regards to dental hygiene is not worth potentially losing your teeth.

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Con Man

If you have an easy stage of gum disease than floss every day and it fixed mine

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Matteo C

Fml

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Payton Johnson

My gums are itchy and slowly my gums are turning black
:((( they will scrap my gums out it will hurt :((((((😢😢

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Dat4real playz

I have gingivitis and I'm 11

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mr k

I had gum disease. The fault I made was I didn't brush behind my teeth.

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Andrew

floss people

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Mystical LeafQueen

I don't know if this matter but I have this white part above my loose tooth it's a white hardish line and it hurts when touched and it might be my roots but I'm not sure

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Imvu samara

😭😭😭💔💔💔I think I’m suffering…IM 8..

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Imvu samara

Sir my gums bled just a little do I suffer from this

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Imvu samara

At least I’m thankful for my teeth that I won’t have HELP ME PLEASE💔💔😭I swear I’m crying right now IM GONNA BE UGLY😭😭😭

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Imvu samara

Oh and I lost um2 teeth and two are loose PLEASE HELP ME!

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Nagendra Kumar

gum disease problem thik karne ke liye colgate name knowledge

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Alexis Torres

Idk what wrong with my gums, they are just swollen gums. But yesterday when I was done eating I noticed red on one of my gums above one teeth it’s swollen like the other the same size. It’s just that its red

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Manuel Valera

There are a few factors in treatments for teeth problems. One resource I found that successfully combines these is the Tooth Fixer Formula (google it if you're interested) without a doubt the best blueprint that I have ever heard of. look at the awesome information .

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pitch perfect edits

Ah omg I need to start flossing more! Shit.

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Klover Carter

When your gums start to bleed you can floss everyday brush 2-3 times a day that will help to that for the rest of your life. It will cure it

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Klover Carter

I’m getting braces soon and I have a k-9 tooth that’s high in my gum and it’s light red swollen so I need to start brushing everyday

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Klover Carter

You can also get baking soda toothpaste and that will help

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Hail Coitus

Guys try some PAROEX [chlorhexedine] its an antigingival mouthwash. Salt water helps alot too. But cleanings are a must.

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atanu roy

nice

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Dustin Tran

Just check today and I have from 4=>7 .I'm 18! I'm gonna losing my teeth omg :((

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Galaxydragon450

I’m on stage 2 wtf

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nigga fuck kirby

Can someone tell me how to reduce my swollen gums because I might get gum surgery if they don't go away

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PRI

I wish i had brushed good enough when i was younger

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Anti-EvolutionTM

Um just rinse your moth with bacon soda and bit fixed it easy

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THERIGHTHOOK

my bredrin teeth are black dentist wasn't laffin he need full extraction man's at stage 8 😂 His organs are alright though 😂

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F

Cheese: I have gingivitis

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Danny Spastics

I actually agree with you guys. In my childhood i suffered from same problem. I had cavities but my parents neglected it. Which in result was a tooth loss for me. I advice you people to take care of you oral hygiene and consult dentists regularly. if you live in cooper city and want to consult Periodontist, you can visit: https://drsalzmann.com/

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Mig Ram

Stop eating too much sweets and carbohydrates. Stop smoking too while you're at it. Without teeth there will be no health. 👅 Take care everyone! God bless.

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faraz faraz

please answer me my gums getting reduce and expose my teeth plz tell my gums grow back after scailing

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