GUM TISSUE DISEASES
Tartar is one of the biggest causes of gum disease. If any bleeding occurs in the gum, it is a sign of illness. The most important reason in this disease is the presence of bacteria in the tartar.
If bacteria penetrates the tooth, the surrounding tissues will be damaged.
Bleeding starts due to inflammation in the gums. When the tartar is not removed, the bacteria reach the roots. Here they start to melt the bone by acidifying.
Gingival diseases first cause gingivitis and then cause bone inflammation and bone loss. Teeth also start to be mobile and tooth loss occurs where the disease is very advanced.
Brushing and dentist control are important to prevent this situation.