Dental and oral cavity damage -a widespread phenomenon in modern medical practice, which is preceded by a number of pathogenic factors. It is very problematic that the patient for a very long time does not even suspect that he has a disease, and he is already going to the doctor with insurmountable pain.
Let's talk about the pathology of paradontitis, the symptomswhich brings a lot of discomfort and anguish to the patient. With a characteristic inflammatory process, bone and soft tissues that support the tooth are affected, and the disease worsens as a result of the formation of bacterial raids on the teeth and on the gums.
A very dangerous disease, periodontitis, causeswhich can be the most unexpected. To begin with, it should be noted that most of the problems with the teeth are poor oral hygiene. In addition, the provoking factor is the predominance of the characteristic plaque, which is formed after each meal, when a small amount of food remains in the tooth slots, gradually turning into a soft plaque. If it is not remedied in time, then there are pathogenic microorganisms that are not only active in the oral cavity, but also lead to immediate gingival inflammation. As a result, paradontitis gradually develops, the symptoms of which often become an unpleasant surprise for the patient. That is why it is necessary to visit the dentist once every six months, which, in turn, will prevent this disease in a timely manner, eliminating the plaque and formed stones.
In addition, the formation of periodontitis contributes tosmoking, alcoholism, malnutrition, and the presence of chronic pathologies in the body, for example, gastrointestinal diseases, diabetes mellitus, and others. Also, the damage to the gums is a consequence of prolonged stress, bite pathologies and improper arrangement of the teeth. But we should not exclude the genetic factor, that is, if there is a problem with close relatives, it is better to contact a specialist in advance, so that he suggests effective prevention measures that prevent the infection of the gums of infectious nature.
We will clarify in more detail the manifestations of the disease of periodontitis,the symptoms of which completely depend on the degree of its progression. So, at an early stage, you can feel the mobility of your teeth, the pulsation in the gums, accompanied by itching, as well as an unpleasant odor from the mouth and a palpable discomfort when eating. If you do not visit the doctor on time, the middle form of paradontitis develops, where there is already more noticeable loosening of the teeth, and their sensitivity also increases. The gums begin to bleed constantly. If the periodontitis was modified into a severe stage, a rapid temperature jump, a general malaise and severe toothache are observed. The presence of such alarming "signals" should be reported immediately to the orthodontist.
If the final diagnosis is made"Periodontitis", the symptoms are pronounced, you need to start a productive treatment. Again, we need to clarify that in each clinical case the scheme of effective treatment is selected individually, proceeding from the form of the disease and the specificity of the affected organism. With a severe form of infection of the gums, even surgical intervention is possible, as well as long-term medication. If there is a mild or moderate stage of the disease, periodontitis, treatment with folk remedies will be very productive.
So, through alternative medicinethe pathological process can be stopped by rinsing the mouth with fresh peppermint grass juice, previously diluted in water according to the specified instructions. It is also advisable to rinse the mouth with an infusion of oak bark, which is prepared by combining 2 tablespoons of crushed bark with a glass of boiling water and infusion for half an hour. Another medicinal properties is the comfrey medicinal used for regular rinsings of the affected area.
In addition, these folk recipes are an excellent prevention for all diseases of the oral cavity.