Gingivitis is a reversible form of gum disease. Affecting only the attached and free gingival tissue that surrounds your teeth, bacteria that invades the area below your gum line, known as the sulcus or periodontal pocket, causes gingivitis to develop and eventually manifest into periodontitis, if left untreated. The early warning signs of gingivitis are often mistaken as normal occurrences one should expect when it comes to the mouth. Symptoms of gingivitis include: • Gums are bright red or purple • Gums are tender, and sometimes painful to the touch • Gums bleed easily when brushing teeth or flossing • Halitosis (bad breath) • Inflammation (swollen gums) • Receding gums • Soft gums Obtaining regular dental checkups and professional dental cleaning will help keep gum disease under control or eliminated completely.
David L. Sandak, DDS 10 Old Mamaroneck Road White Plains, NY 10605 914-997-1111
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