When the teeth are not properly cleaned, the food residues that accumulate on them and between them produce bacteria. These pumped deposits, which we refer to as bacterial plaques, are the head of tooth decay and gingivitis, and over time deposits of saliva form the resulting tooth stones. Microorganisms that breed in the bacterial plaque produce acid by breaking down sugary foods. And this acid starts from a small area of the female and rotates gradually and gradually. Shooting at further stages may be inevitable. The first signs of gingivitis are bleeding in the gingiva. The gums are more visible with color, deformities and mouth odor. The tooth loss caused by gum inflammation is much more than the tooth loss caused by the bruises. First of all, the healthy gums are light pink in color. It adheres tightly to the bottle and the bum, and has a shiny, lumpy appearance similar to the orange peel. Symptoms of Gum Disease: The first and most important symptom of gum disease is gum bleeding. Healthy gums bleed If you have swollen gums in your teeth, If the gums are pulled and the tenderness on the surface of the root emerges, If black areas appear on the edges of the gums or between the teeth due to tooth stones, If inflammation occurs between the tooth and the gingiva, If the teeth are swinging, extending and extending between the teeth, If there is a constant bad smell and bad taste in the mouth, it is necessary to have a dentist examined before it is too late.
In adults, the vast majority of tooth loss results from the gums and the bone surrounding the teeth.
Gum disease is caused by bacteria called plaque that adhere to the surface of teeth, in the thickness of the film layer. If the plaque is not cleaned, it turns into dental calculus called tartar (calculus).
The accumulation of plates and dental abrasion allows the destructive bacteria to multiply in our mouths, and at the end of the mouth and gums between the teeth and gums called cavities and gingiva occur. Bacteria secrete enzymes that cause bone destruction around the tooth. Finally, the tooth is lost. Tooth cleaning is the basis of the struggle with gum disease. In order to be able to cope with gum disease,
plaques, tartars and gums in the pocket of the gums must be removed from the mouth. These harmful occurrences are removed as a result of interference with ultrasonic devices or suitable hand tools. These tools definitely do not harm the toothpaste because they are professional tools for dentists. While cleaning the tooth stones, it is also possible to use air, water and a special cleaning powder that is sprayed.
The first objective of tooth cleaning is the removal of plaques, tartars and some diseased tissue. Therefore it is a very useful treatment method to stop the harm.
If the gums have already been removed due to the dental implants, the tooth roots will naturally be removed when the dental prosthesis is cleaned. People may assume that their roots are cleared when cleansed. In fact, they are the result of previous bad oral care and withdrawals due to dental abrasions. This is not the end result of cleaning.
Good gum hygiene is essential for further removal of gums if operation can not be performed with gum removal.