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Signs You May Have Gum Disease!

Gum Health IS Oral Health!

 

When you think of your oral health, you probably think of cavities, plaque, and (hopefully:) bright and radiant teeth. But there's something else that should be at the forefront of your mind when considering your oral and bodily health ...

 

YOUR GUMS

 

In fact, your gums are key to achieving – and maintaining – not just good oral health, but a healthy body as well. The inverse is also true, as unhealthy gums can lead to an overall unhealthy you – impacting other systems of your body you might not think of. This is because your gums are not just isolated to their space in your mouth. Instead, they act as an entranceway to the rest of your body. (1)

Knowing your gums are important is one thing; knowing you have the beginnings of gum disease is another. And possibly even more important than any of that is knowing how to ACHIEVE GREAT GUM HEALTH the ALL-NATURAL WAY!

In this blog we talk about the signs you may have gum disease, the importance of strong gum health, and how to enjoy your BEST ORAL HEALTH ever today!

 

 

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Before we discuss how to know if you actually have gum disease, it’s important to know what your gums are. Well, there’s a scientific name for your gums – gingivae – and they're basically what you think they are – tissue around your teeth meant to protect and hold them down.

Though their job is simple, it’s important. This is because if your gums are not healthy, you can not only suffer from tooth problems, but also bone problems. Specifically, your gums are incredibly important at providing a layer of safety for your jawbone – responsible for the upkeep of your teeth. (2)

The reason your gums are sensitive is because of what’s around them. There are, in fact, so many systems of bacteria in your mouth that your gums can easily fall into a trap where they are left unprotected – prone to damage from bad bacteria that can do you significant harm. This is why having BALANCED ORAL HEALTH is so important. (3)

 

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Not only can you feel your gums protecting your teeth, but they're also protecting your individual roots. They are your base, literally keeping bad bacteria out of your blood and from harming the rest of your body. (5)

 

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This is why it’s so important you know the conditions of gum disease. Knowing your gum health and any problems you may have early can keep problems from developing over time. And one of the first signs you may have unhealthy gums is when your gums start bleeding. (5)

Another way to know if your gums are healthy is by looking at whether they are inflamed. If your gums are particularly red, this may be a sign your gums are unhealthy. Ideally, your gums should be pink, though this isn't true for everyone. It’s best to see a dentist/health care professional if you have any questions about your oral or bodily health. (6)

 

 

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    KNOW BEFORE THEY GO

     

    There’s a reason why so many oral problems are related. And one oral problem that sometimes gets masked (pun intended) by mistruths is your breath. If you notice your natural breath smells unpleasant, you may actually be suffering from gum problems. This is because bacteria stuck in and around your gums can lead to generally poor oral health.

    Other signals of unhealthy gums are blood loss and feeling sensitive when brushing. Though sometimes chalked up to simply brushing hard or tooth problems, you should generally not be losing blood from your gums – or your teeth for that matter – when you brush. If you are, this may mean gum or other oral health problems you need to get checked out immediately. (7)

     

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    One interesting way to see if your gums are unhealthy is by looking at your teeth! This is because teeth that appear unnaturally long in your mouth might mean your gums have begun to recede. This is usually caused by bacteria, and can be an indicator of potential gum problems – and the worsening of your oral health. (8)

     

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    So now let’s get down to the obvious sign you might have gum disease – pain. It’s amazing how many times we simply ignore pain in our mouths – and this is not good. In fact, if you’re feeling any kind of tenderness in your mouth at all, or if there are sores around your gums, you might be experiencing gum problems.

    Knowing the health of your gums is also important because of the diseases poor health is associated with. This includes heart disease, diabetes, and strokes. A loss of teeth is also possible when gum disease is left unchecked. (10)

    Basically, just be mindful of your mouth and oral health. If you notice anything strange, it’s important you seek medical attention. This includes differences in how you bite, a gap in your teeth, or feeling any weird arrangement of your teeth when moving your tongue. Any of these issues can be early signs of gum disease. (11)

     

     

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    **Disclaimer: Consult your dentist and/or health care professional before you or child begins any kind of oral care regimen, or if you have any questions about you or your family's health. The information herein is not medical advice or guidance, and is not a substitute for any medical advice or guidance.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Sources:
    1. https://www.premierdentalohio.com/blog/the-importance-of-healthy-gums
    2. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/body/24972-gums
    3. https://www.health.harvard.edu/heart-health/why-your-gums-are-so-important-to-your-health
    4. https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?ContentTypeID=1&ContentID=1409
    5. https://www.myannapolisdentist.com/2022/01/12/why-is-gum-health-important/
    6. https://www.medicinenet.com/how_do_you_know_if_your_gums_are_healthy/article.htm
    7. https://www.westsidefamilydentistry.com/blog/2022/3/16/how-do-i-know-if-my-gums-are-healthy/
    8. https://www.metrodental.com/blog/5-warning-signs-gum-disease/
    9. https://www.glenparkdental.com/oral-health/7-ways-to-tell-if-your-gums-are-in-bad-shape/
    10. https://www.klamathsmiles.com/signs-and-symptoms-of-your-gums-that-you-shouldnt-ignore/
    11. https://alpinedentalhealth.com/the-top-6-warning-signs-of-gum-disease/
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