The gums are the mucous tissue that surrounds the teeth. Teeth are attached to the gums and infections can often pass through them. Often, problems with the teeth are a source of inflammation of the gums. Usually, it is neglected tartar or a genetic predisposition. Affected gums can not only begin to bleed, but also start the process of decay, contributing to the appearance of ulcers, cysts, etc. It is important to pay attention not only to teeth, but also to the health of your gums. First of all, when brushing your teeth, you need to carefully brush it around the gums to avoid accidentally scratching them, because the infection can subsequently get caught and run the full process of infection. At the slightest problems or discomfort, you should immediately contact a specialist to prevent the development of the infection.
There are many ways that you can get rid of problems with the gums. Starting with special ointments, antiseptic rinsing liquids, up to surgical intervention. To prevent the latter, it is important to remember the observance of oral hygiene and monthly visits to the doctor.