Posted on 9/10/2019 by Dr. Dennison
|Gum disease is something that reaches far beyond the health of your gums and teeth. It can actually cause other health issues in the person that is struggling to overcome this ailment.
Due to this, it is important to consider the deep cleaning that may just help you get a healthier mouth overall, while saving more than just your dental health, but your actual health, too.
What Does Gum Disease Harm?
If you are someone that is dealing with gum disease, it is important to follow the instructions that we give you for proper oral care. We want to ensure that you stop the issue as soon as possible, and perhaps work to restore your smile.
When you are dealing with this issue, it is also important to know that it is also affecting your cardiovascular system. The plaque and build-up that is in your mouth is going through your blood system, and also to your heart and arteries. It can even increase your chances of ever having a stroke.
You may feel more tired and fatigued than usual, and you may also experience other issues that are not caused by any other outside factors. You can have more mouth pain than usual; you may even have a hard time eating because of it. This means that your nutrition is likely going to be lacking due to the poor eating habits from the discomfort felt in the mouth.
You don't want any of this to happen. Our office can provide a treatment plan that can clear up some of the gum disease, and hopefully help with your recovery.
Speak with our office today if you think you have dental disease or if you need other issues handled. We can provide the help you need and find the best treatment plan that works with you and your particular situation.
We are always here to help. Call us today to learn more.