Bleeding gums can be a sign of gum disease, do not ignore it, Surrey dentist explains

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If you experience bleeding gums while you are brushing you teeth, don’t consider it as normal. A Surrey dentist specialising in gum disease treatment explains: the bleeding is a disease process called gingivitis. It is caused by bacteria and if not cured can cause tooth loss and some serious health conditions. These include systemic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, and bacterial pneumonia. If gums are not treated at this stage, it can progress…

Kingston Dentist Talks About Acid Wear.

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Did you know that many of the foods and drinks we enjoy as part of a modern diet (including soft drinks, fruit juices, wine, fruit teas, certain fruits and vegetables, and balsamic vinegar) contain acids that can temporarily soften tooth enamel? This is a concern, because acid-softened tooth enamel can be more easily worn away during brushing. This condition, commonly known as “acid wear” or “acid erosion”, can result in sensitive and/or discoloured teeth…

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