Showing posts with label gingival bacteria. Show all posts
Showing posts with label gingival bacteria. Show all posts

Monday, August 19, 2013

Having Bleeding Gums While Pregnant due to Pregnancy Gingivitis

gingivitis and pregnancyPregnancy gingivitis is common.   Of course, if your gums are bleeding while pregnant, see both your doctor and a periodontist.  Make sure it isn't due to something else.

But again, pregnancy gingivitis is quite common.   Gum disease is a problem that most people face anyway, whether they know it or not.   Treating gum disease also accounts for a lot of health care dollars being spent each year.

It's believed that the hormones play a big part in pregnancy gingivitis.  In addition, the fetus is taking a lot of mother's resources to grow.  This makes expecting moms more susceptible to a problem that already affects the majority of people. 

If you recognize that researchers have been finding relationships between gum disease and heart disease, stroke, and preterm,  low birth weight babies, the actual cost of gum disease mounts even higher! 

I wrote a short guide called :  How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps.  

In it I talk about proper use of the Hydro Floss, how it can help, and how you can verify that your gums are getting healthier with the help of your dentist or hygienist.

That's the really great part, you can find out if it is working for YOU or not.  And that is the most important part.   In addition, when you order a Hydro Floss at, you can also request a digital copy of my bigger book:  What You Should Know About Gum Disease.  

If you want the physical copy, you can get it separately, or together with a new Hydro Floss. 

about gingivitis and pregnancySincerely,

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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Smile: Gingivitis Bacteria Manipulate Your Immune System

Smile: Gingivitis Bacteria Manipulate Your Immune System

This article was published in the  publication.

It turns out that that these little critters are secreting Interleukin-10  to trick your T-Cells (cells for fighting infection) into thinking everything is normal and there is no reason to take action.

If it weren't for this little trick, then they would likely be mitigating down to population sizes that would never make a difference or be harmful to your body.

Just like slime on the inside of a fish tank, once these colonies get a hold they never want to let go.  That's a bummer for us humans.

The Daily disruption of plaque becomes crucial in the fight against these little beasties.   It is under the plaque that they are shielded form oxygen- and this is where the trouble starts.

Daily disruption of plaque exposes them to oxygen and this, in turn, helps to keep them to manageable levels.


PS:  you can read this guide:  How To Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps