Thursday, December 27, 2012

What You Should Know About Gum Disease Part 20

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Gum disease remains a very significant problem for people

It is unfortunate, but likely that many people reading this will think that gum disease is something they do not have.   I say that is unfortunate because dental health professionals often say that about 75% of people do have it.

Interestingly enough, nearly everyone thinks that they are in the other 25%.  However, simple math tells us that would be impossible.  Therefore, we have a lot of people walking around who think gum disease has nothing to do with them.

They will typically find out when they are told they need an expensive treatment from their dentist.  Perhaps it will be a SRP (scaling and root planing) treatment.   Perhaps they will only find out when they are told that a tooth needs to be extracted because it has become too lose.   An implant will then be needed or a partial plate.

Even worse, some people will still not be aware that the problem was caused by gum disease.  They may face the same scenario over and over again.   Loose tooth, extraction, implant or new partial.

This is very sad and it does not need to be that way.   If you have a desire to help protect yourself, your friends and your family from the ravages of this problem, the simple and easy to understand information in the book:  What You Should About Gum Disease  may be what you need.

If you are a dentist or hygienist, you might want to consider giving a copy of What You Should Know About Gum Disease to each and every patient that comes through the door.  Chances are you don't have a lot of time for patient education, but you would still like to help all those people.   Let this book do the heavy lifting for you.

Wouldn't it be great if people had an easy way to finally understand what the problem is and how they can better work with you to prevent the ravages of this problem for taking their gum tissue and teeth away?  This one way this book can really help people.

Gum Disease Is The Number One Cause Of Tooth Loss

We know that gum disease is the biggest reason that people lose their teeth.   Accidents do happen, but the vast majority of lost teeth are caused by gum disease.   The only problem is, as stated above, people remain unaware of this fact despite countless efforts to let them know.

I think the reason is that the explanation, understanding and knowledge of what can be done cannot be boiled down to just a few sentences dispensed by the hygienist at the office.  People need more information to 'get it'.   This book makes it easy and simple to 'get it'.    Then, it may be possible for people to learn how to better protect themselves form that point forward.  This is one purpose of this book.


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* I speak in general terms only, specific questions about your unique dental health situation should be directed to your doctor or dentist.

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