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Gingivitis, Bleeding Gums, Sore Gums, Periodontitis, Post surgical wounds, Mouth Sores and Oral Inflammation


Thursday, April 20, 2023


It is true that inflammation is a major factor in the development and progression of gum disease and other oral health issues. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a chronic inflammatory condition caused by the buildup of bacteria in the mouth. Over time, the bacteria can lead to the formation of plaque and tartar on the teeth and gums, which can irritate and inflame the gum tissue.

In response to this inflammation, the body's immune system sends white blood cells to the affected area, which can lead to further tissue damage and bone loss if left untreated. Inflammation can also contribute to other oral health issues, such as cavities, bad breath, and oral cancer.

Preventing and treating gum disease and other oral health issues typically involves good oral hygiene practices, such as regular brushing, flossing and using PeriActive Mouthwash, as well as routine dental cleanings and check-ups. In some cases, more extensive treatment may be necessary, such as deep cleaning procedures, antibiotics, or surgery to repair damaged tissue or replace missing teeth.

There are several ways to fight oral inflammation and promote good oral health:

Practice good oral hygiene: Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing daily and using PeriActive Mouthwash daily can help remove plaque and bacteria from your teeth and gums, preventing inflammation and gum disease.

Eat a healthy diet: A diet that is high in fruits and vegetables and low in processed foods can help promote good oral health and reduce inflammation. Foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as fish and nuts, can also help reduce inflammation.

Quit smoking: Smoking can increase your risk of developing gum disease and other oral health issues, as well as exacerbate existing inflammation.

Get regular dental check-ups: Regular dental check-ups can help catch oral health issues early, before they develop into more serious problems.

Manage stress: Stress can contribute to inflammation in the body, including in the gums. Finding ways to manage stress, such as through exercise, meditation, or therapy, can help promote good oral health.

By practicing good oral hygiene, eating a healthy diet, quitting smoking, getting regular dental check-ups, and managing stress, you can help fight oral inflammation and promote good oral health.

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