Periodontology (Gum Diseases)

The main science involved in the treatment of inflammatory diseases of the appearance of the teeth tissues and surrounding tissues

The main science involved in the treatment of inflammatory diseases and their treatment is the emergence of dental tissues and surrounding tissues.
 
Periodontitis disease; (periodontal ligament, cementum, alveolar bone) destroying the teeth and females. The gingivitis progressed to the alveolar bone (jawbone). The main cause is bacterial plaques, which can be treated mechanically. It can be seen that the cause of the disease is the genetic, environmental and systematic factors. Systemic factors include epilepsy, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, Down syndrome, AIDS and blood diseases.
 
Gingival bleeding is the first manifestation of periodontal diseases that are common. Red gums are swollen and shiny surface. Often this can add to mouth odor, itching in the gingiva, bleeding sensation, tenderness in the teeth.
 
Periodontal diseases, from childhood to old age, can affect people of all ages at different times. Often the patient has no complaints like pain and can progress without symptoms. When the patient complains, the firm, non-carious teeth are lost by shaking due to losses in the supporting tissues.
 
If the main teeth can be rescued even if they are unhealthy, all the necessary treatment methods should be applied to prevent the loss. Periodontal treatment is introduced at this point. Different treatment methods can be applied according to the type and severity of the disease. These; it can be summarized simply as oral hygiene education, tooth cleaning, root surface smoothing, regenerative, reconstructive and mucogingival operations. Periodontal treatment can be included to ensure that individuals with high laughing gait can have gums. Cooperation with the patient's habits and specialist doctors, oral hygiene and treatment planning are direct effects of success.
 
No restorative treatment can be applied to teeth that are not healthy periodontally.