The Prevention and Treatment Of Gum DiseaseThe Prevention and Treatment Of Gum Disease


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The Prevention and Treatment Of Gum Disease

My name is Hal Martin and at my last dental checkup my dentist told me that I had gum disease. My dentist gave me instructions about what I needed to do so that the gum disease wouldn't get worse and turn into periodontal disease. When I returned home, I immediately began learning everything I could about gum disease by reading dental articles online. I sure didn't want it to get worse so I knew that I needed to take action right away. In this blog, you'll learn all about gum disease including what it is, the causes and how you can help prevent it. I wanted to write this blog to get the word out to as many people about gum disease to hopefully help others have healthy gums.

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If you're a 50-year-old male and haven't had a dental bone density test yet, you need to see your dentist fast. Unlike a traditional bone density test that checks the skeletal systems of men and women over 50 years of age for osteoporosis, a dental bone density test examines the health of your jawbones. This critical test decreases your risk factors for male osteoporosis and tooth loss. If you're still unconvinced to have your jawbones tested, keep reading. Read More 

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