Poor periodontal health in men can cause other health problems like: heart disease, impotence, cancer, and abnormal prostate health. Women’s periodontal health can be affected by different factors such as: puberty, menstruation, pregnancy, menopause, and post-menopause.
For more information and risk factors that may affect your periodontal health, visit perio.org or call the periodontics specialists in Round Rock.
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Do You Suffer From Gum Disease? Answer These Questions to Learn More
Do your gums appear swollen or puffy or bleed while brushing or flossing?
Do you feel that you have bad breath?
Are your gums tender when touched?
Are your gums bright red, dusky red or purplish in color?
Do you notice shifting or any new spaces between your teeth?
Is there a change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite?
Are any of your teeth loose?
Do you experience pain when chewing?
Have you noticed gums that pull away from your teeth, making your teeth look longer than normal?
Gingivitis and periodontitis sometimes do not display any indicators that these diseases exist. If you are concerned about your oral health, contact us today for your free consultation or learn more about the treatment options we offer.