Tuesday, January 1, 2013

What You Should Know About Gum Disease Part 24

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As we continue our series on gum disease, it should be pretty evident to you by now that  gum disease afflicts a lot more people than you might think.  In fact, it is possible that even you have some without knowing it?

How Do You Find Out?

The most objective way is to find out what your periodontal pocket depths are.  Any dentist or hygienist can take these measurements for you.  General speaking, anything above 3 millimeters is considered a problem.  At three millimeters and below,  generally speaking, you usually considered to be healthy.

How many people are above 3mms?  Dental professionals tell us that about 75% or 3 out of every four people have some gum disease right now?

Why is that a problem?  

Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss, period.   That means having it can cost you a lot of money in dental surgeries, special cleanings, gum tissue repair and teeth replacements.  None of which are particularly pleasant and most of which, if not all, are very costly.

Therefore, it would be logical to consider that you should learn all that you can about this problem.  This would potentially benefit  not only yourself, but also your loved ones and perhaps even friends.

Perhaps the easy to understand book, What You Should Know About Gum Disease: A Layman's Guide to Fighting Gum Disease is just the ticket you need?  

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*I speak in general terms only.  Specific questions about your unique dental health situation should be directed towards your dentist or periodontist.  

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