What causes gum disease?
When the blood in the capillaries of our gums do not circulate well due to aging, poor eating habits, and high fatigue, blood clots form and result in deteriorating and inflamed gums. As the bacterial infection within these blood clots harden, they become plaque, which are the cause of gum disease. As the plaque increases, they cause cysts between the gum and teeth where more bacterial infections can accumulate. This leads to the destruction of the periodontal ligament, which has the function of attaching the teeth to the alveolar bone, and eventually the affected teeth need to be pulled out.
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