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Important: Unlike in gingivitis, the effects of periodontitis are not always reversible. Even if the disease is brought under control, it is a chronic condition that can always resurface if oral hygiene becomes lax. It's important that people diagnosed with periodontal disease diligently follow up on their periodontists' recommendations.

Q&A about periodontal disease everyone should know

  • What is the cause of most tooth loss in adults? - Periodontal disease - NOT decay
  • Can I inherit this problem? - Yes, you can. You may inherit the problem of unusually heavy plaque and tartar buildup, or even problems with your immune system which leave you much more susceptible.
  • If my gums bleed when I brush, am I in desperate trouble? - Not necessarily but the earlier the treatment, the more likely long-term success.
  • Does everyone diagnosed require surgery? - Not at all. In fact conservative therapy has proven to be successful in the majority of cases diagnosed early.
  • Is bad breath a sign of periodontal problems? - Possibly, because the very same bacteria can cause both problems.
  • How long does it take for plaque to reform after a professional cleaning? - 1 day
  • Are there are factors besides bacteria? - Yes, stress, poor nutrition, a poor bite and especially smoking.
  • If bacteria causes most periodontal problems, is there an antibiotic that is effective? - No, and the reason for this is that there are a multitude of bacteria (not just one) that causes this disease.

You should realize that the gingival inflammation and bone destruction are largely painless. People may wrongly assume that painless bleeding after teeth cleaning is insignificant, although this may be a symptom of progressing periodontitis.

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