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U-12/8, DLF Phase-3, Behind RBS Building Gurgaon Gurgaon
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Dental Solutions is known for housing experienced Dentists. Dr. Isha Malhotra, a well-reputed Dentist, practices in Gurgaon. Visit this medical health centre for Dentists recommended by 42 patients.

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DLF-III Gurgaon, Haryana - 122002
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PYORRHOEA

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon

What is pyorrhea?

Pyorrhea is an older term that used to refer to any kind of gum disease or periodontal disease.  In common usage today it generally refers to an advanced stage of periodontal disease known as periodontitis. It is at this stage that the ligaments and bone that support the teeth become inflamed and infected. In most cases it is a result of gingivitis that plaque buildup infects the gums, and can drive a literal wedge between the tooth and gum line. Once these pockets form they can trap food particles that will feed bacteria that is also trapped in them. These pockets can go so deep that they can begin to erode the supporting bone structure and lead to tooth loss. In fact, bone loss from pyorrhea is the primary cause of tooth loss in adults.

Signs of pyorrhea

Early symptoms of pyorrhea are similar to the symptoms of gingivitis, and include visible changes in the gums. The onset of the disease is marked by bleeding of the gums. As it progresses, the gums recede from the teeth, loosening of the teeth occurs, and the bone structure that supports the teeth can begin to erode. As gum pockets deepen and the jawbone recedes away from the roots of the teeth, the pockets will begin to discharge pus as their infections worsen. The condition can be made worse by increased stresspoor nutrition, poor oral hygiene, and loose or poorly fitting dentures.

Signs and symptoms to be aware of are:

 

Progression of pyorrhea

Progression Of Pyorrhea

• Discoloration of the gums (darker red instead of healthy pink) • Gums begin to recede
• Pockets form
• Bleeding occurs
• Gums pull further away
• Pockets deepen
• Supporting bone is attacked
• Severe recession of gums
• Severe bone loss
• Severe tooth decay takes place

Dangers of pyorrhea

It is estimated that 80% of the population has some form of gum disease. It has been a long held belief that periodontal disease was just a dental disease, affecting only the teeth and gums. While it’s true that periodontal disease may originate in the mouth, it is now known that periodontitis is a very serious disease, affecting the entire body and1 increasing risk of numerous other adverse health effects. The advanced stage of pyorrhea puts those suffering from it at an even higher increased risk for things such as:

What causes pyorrhea?

Pyorrhea is usually a result of gingivitis, a periodontal disease that infects the gum through plaque. This leads to the formation of a pocket between the teeth that trap plaque and food particles. While primarily related to bacteria in th mouth, there are other outside causes for this condition. Things like poor eating habits, excess white bread, sugar, and red meat can contribute. Also, injuries to the gum and supporting structures from improper use of floss or toothpicks, incorrect brushing, physical and chemical irritation of mouth tissues, allergies, and even pregnancy can play parts in the origins of this disease. Some studies suggest that there are also links from chronic illnesses, glandular disorders, blood diseases, and general unhealthy lifestyles. As in most conditions, use of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs will generally make it worse.

How to prevent pyorrhea

Keep in consideration that plaque can form on teeth as quickly as four hours after you brush. Since bacteria and plaque are the main causes of this condition, the best method of prevention of pyorrhea or any periodontal condition is implementing a good oral hygiene program, and staying away from the commercial products that can increase bacteria growth.

Here are some things you can do to prevent pyorrhea and periodontal disease:

  • Brush your teeth twice a day
  • Gargle twice a day
  • Floss every day
  • Don’t use tobacco products
  • Visit the dentist routinely for a check-up and professional cleaning (recommended every 6 months)

These measures however, are effective only above and slightly below the gum line. Once periodontal disease develops, more intensive treatments are needed.

Treatment of pyorrhea

The main goal of the treatment is to control the infection, and if possible, stop it. The road to recovery may take several months, even if it can be attained. Here are some suggestions:

  • The first step is to implement a good oral hygiene program, but in most cases this will not be enough. Especially if you have pockets.
  • Stopping tobacco use will help improve your chances for a successful outcome.
  • Professional teeth cleaning1 from your dentist every 6 months.
  • Your dentist may recommend a deep cleaning (root planning and scaling). This is a painful dental procedure that scrapes the plaque and tartar from above and below the gum line. Root planning gets rid of the rough spots on the tooth root where the bacteria gather.
  • Use a strong bacteria fighter that can get into the pockets and kill the bacteria.
  • What to do about it

    As we’ve discussed, the most important thing to do to correct pyorrhea before it is too far gone is to implement a solid oral hygiene program. If you’re already doing that and still suffering, it may very well be due to the chemical laden products you’re using. Combining good oral hygiene with a natural product that will eliminate the bacteria which cause the problems may be the answer to a number of these problems.

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I'm 25 years old and have done tooth filling last month but my gum is swelled I have taken medicine also but it did not help. Kindly suggest.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
I'm 25 years old and have done tooth filling last month but my gum is swelled I have taken medicine also but it did n...
You might have to get root canal treatment done as the cavity might be on the pulp or the nerves the dentist might have taken a chance by filling the tooth.
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Hi My daughter (13 years) is suffering from swollen uvula from 2 days. Kindly suggest .medicine.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Drink plenty of fluids. The uvula is sometimes swollen due to dry mouth or dehydration, so water is the best medicine. Gargling with warm water and plain table salt can help to soothe a sore throat. Throat lozenges such as eucalyptus cough drops or throat spray can help to numb the pain.
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In recent times the gap between my front teeth is increasing. How do I reduce the gap between? Please suggest few methods.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
In recent times the gap between my front teeth is increasing. How do I reduce the gap between? Please suggest few met...
you can get veneers /lamimnates /crowns done on your teeth ... or else get braces treatment done to reduce gap
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I am losing blood through urine from last 2 urination. I had extracted my wisdom tooth yesterday. Please Help.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
I am losing blood through urine from last 2 urination.
I had extracted my wisdom tooth yesterday.
Please Help.
blood in urine is not related to extraction .. but the medications prescribed to you ...might be...causing blood in urine ...kindly get your medications checked...
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I am 40 years old male. I am suffering from mouth ulcer from last 15 years. Which test I shd go for. What should I do please suggest me.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
you can apply dologel ct over the ulcer two to three times daily for 15 days .....and drink lots of water ...along with sum multivitamin c capsules .. once a day for a month ...
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Hi, There is a pea size swelling on my gum since 2 weeks. Before 2 weeks I was suffering from toothache but I got relief as I was having zevit and novamox as suggested by my dentist. Now I don't feel any ache but the swelling is the only problem. Please suggest medicine for that.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Hi, There is a pea size swelling on my gum since 2 weeks. Before 2 weeks I was suffering from toothache but I got rel...
Please continue same for next two days ..hopefully swelling would subside ... if not kindly get an xray done of underlying problem so that you can be helped accordingly...
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Bhut daant peele ho rhe hai plaque jama hua hai bhut saara last. Molar thoot main ek small hole bhi bn gaya hai bhut chota sa I want to clean my theeth doctors.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Bhut daant peele ho rhe hai plaque jama hua hai bhut saara last. Molar thoot main ek small hole bhi bn gaya hai bhut ...
Kindly get cleaning and polishing done by dentist and get the size of cavity checked by dentist it might be deep. N might require cavity filling.
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Sir my mouth getting bad smell even I brushed very well can you what is the problem? Can you suggest me for getting out of this problem! please doctor want your help.

BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
Sir my mouth getting bad smell even I brushed very well can you what is the problem? Can you suggest me for getting o...
Practice good oral hygiene. Brush twice a day with fluoride toothpaste to remove food debris and plaque. Brush teeth after you eat (keep a toothbrush at work or school to brush after lunch). Don't forget to brush the tongue, too. Replace your toothbrush every 2 to 3 months or after an illness. Use floss or an interdental cleaner to remove food particles and plaque between teeth once a day. Rinse with an antibacterial mouthwash twice a day. Dentures should be removed at night and cleaned thoroughly before being placed in your mouth the next morning. See your dentist regularly -- at least twice a year. He or she will conduct an oral exam and professional teeth cleaning and will be able to detect and treat periodontal disease, dry mouth, or other problems that may be the cause of bad mouth odor. Stop smoking and chewing tobacco-based products. Ask your dentist for tips on kicking the habit. Drink lots of water. This will keep your mouth moist. Chewing gum (preferably sugarless) or sucking on candy (preferably sugarless) also stimulates the production of saliva, which helps wash away food particles and bacteria. Gums and mints containing xylitol are best. Keep a log of the foods you eat. If you think they may be causing bad breath, bring the log to your dentist to review. Similarly, make a list of the medications you take. Some drugs may play a role in creating mouth odors. Who Treats Bad Breath? In most cases, your dentist can treat the cause of bad breath. If your dentist determines that your mouth is healthy and the odor is not of oral origin, you may be referred to your family doctor or to a specialist to determine the odor source and treatment plan. If the odor is due to gum disease, for example, your dentist can either treat the disease or refer you to a periodontist, a dentist who specializes in treating gum conditions.
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