Periodontology — treatment and prevention of gum disease.
Early gum disease is usually invisible because it does not have severe symptoms. Insufficient hygiene and improper oral care techniques are often the cause of gum problems. If they are not diagnosed and treated in a timely manner, they can progress to periodontitis, a serious gum disease that results in a decrease in the surrounding dentary bone, and teeth become mobile and may fall out.
Notable symptoms that indicate gum disease are redness, inflammation and bleeding when touched with a toothbrush or floss while brushing your teeth, bad breath, and gum pain. It is necessary to go to a specialist even if bleeding is observed when brushing or flossing teeth, but the patient does not experience pain and has no other complaints.