दैनिकी र खानपानमा आएको परिवर्तनसँगै मुख, दाँत तथा गिजासम्बन्धी समस्याहरु पनि बढ्दै गइरहेका छन्। मुखमा कुनै न कुनै समस्या नभएका मानिस भेट्नै पनि गाह्रो छ, अहिलेको समयमा। कतिपय अवस्थामा जानेर पनि हेलच्यक्र्याईँका कारण अनि कतिपय समयमा नजानेर नै समस्या जटिल बन्दै गइरहेको हुन्छ।यस्तो अवस्थामा आफू स्वयं जागरुक हुनुपर्छ। आफ्नो गिजामा समस्या छ वा छैन भनेर … Continue reading गिजामा समस्या भए/नभएको कसरी थाहा पाउने?
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गिजासम्वन्धी समस्याहरु वयस्क मानिसहरुमा मात्रै हैन बच्चाहरुमा पनि देखिने गर्दछ। तर बच्चाहरुमा देखिने समस्या वयस्क मानिसहरुको भन्दा फरक हुन्छ। गिजासम्वन्धि समस्या मुख्यतया ब्याक्टेरियाको कारणले गर्दा हुन्छ। जसको कारणले गर्दा गिजा र दाँतलाई बाधेर राख्ने अन्य संरचनाहरुमा समस्या देखापर्दछ। कारणः हरेक पटक खाना खाएपछि खाएको खाना दाँतमा टाँसिने हुन्छ। हामिले खाएको खाना दातको सतहमा एककिसिमको बलद्वारा … Continue reading बच्चाहरुमा गिजासम्वन्धि समस्याः कसरि बचाउने?
Chronic gingivitis. aggressive periodontitis and generalized aggressive periodontitis are types of gum disease in children. Types of periodontal diseases in children Chronic gingivitis is common in children. It usually causes gum tissue to swell, turn red and bleed easily. Gingivitis is both preventable and treatable with a regular routine of brushing, flossing and professional dental … Continue reading Gum disease in children-how to prevent??
Periodontal health for men is extremely important as it may impact a variety of other health factors. Research has found that periodontal disease is higher in men (56.4 percent) than in women (38.4 percent). This may be because men are less likely to go to the dentist or because men have worse indicators of periodontal … Continue reading Gum disease and men !!
A woman's periodontal health may be impacted by a variety of factors. Puberty During puberty, an increased level of sex hormones, such as progesterone and possibly estrogen, causes increased blood circulation to the gums. This may cause an increase in the gum's sensitivity and lead to a greater reaction to any irritation, including food particles … Continue reading Gum disease and women!!
Research has shown that periodontal disease is associated with several other diseases. For a long time it was thought that bacteria was the factor that linked periodontal disease to other disease in the body; however, more recent research demonstrates that inflammation may be responsible for the association. Therefore, treating inflammation may not only help manage … Continue reading Periodontal disease and systemic health!!
How is gum disease linked to cardiovascular disease? Research has shown that periodontal disease may increase the risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Both periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease are chronic inflammatory diseases, so researchers believe that inflammation may account for the association between the two. Untreated periodontal disease can increase inflammation in the body, which … Continue reading Frequently asked questions about gum disease!!
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is caused when bacteria in plaque (a sticky, colorless film that forms in the mouth) builds up between the gums and teeth. When the bacteria begin to grow, the gums surrounding the tooth can become inflamed. If left untreated, this inflammation can cause the gums and supporting bone structure … Continue reading Preventing periodontal disease
Gum disease is often silent, meaning symptoms may not appear until an advanced stage of the disease. However, warning signs of gum disease include the following: Red, swollen or tender gums or other pain in your mouthBleeding while brushing, flossing, or eating hard foodGums that are receding or pulling away from the teeth, causing the … Continue reading Gum disease symptoms!!
Gum disease risk factors The main cause of periodontal (gum) disease is plaque, but other factors affect the health of your gums. Age Studies indicate that older people have the highest rates of periodontal disease. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that over 70% of Americans 65 and older have periodontitis. … Continue reading Gum disease: risk factors!!