Some symptoms of dental and oral problems.

Noor Health Life

Does it often happen that you take a sip of hot, freshly brewed coffee and immediately feel a painful sensation in your teeth? Or do you spit up and see blood after brushing your teeth? These are symptoms of some common dental and oral problems. The good news is that most of these diseases can be well treated and prevented from occurring in the future. Read this article to understand the symptoms of some common dental and oral problems

• Tooth decay

One of the most common reasons a person visits the dentist is tooth decay, also known as periodontal disease. This is caused by the demineralization of enamel, which is the outermost protective layer around your tooth structure. In the early stages, you may see a small white spot that gradually turns brown. In later stages, a small cavity develops, with a rough texture. You may experience minor pain and increased sensitivity during this stage. If the cavity is growing due to microbial activity, it reaches the pulp of the tooth. Severe pain, extreme sensitivity to hot and cold, affect eating, and difficulty chewing may be experienced. If the tooth is left untreated, the tooth abscess may develop into an abscess in the later stages

• Gingivitis

It develops due to the accumulation of plaque around the teeth, which serves as a home for many bacteria inside your mouth. Normal, healthy gums are pink in color and firmly attached to the tooth. In the early stages of gingivitis, you may notice redness and slight swelling in your gums. If this persists, the gums may bleed during brushing or sometimes spontaneously. If left untreated, late-stage gingivitis can progress to periodontitis.

• Periodontitis

Periodontitis means inflammation of the periodontium. The periodontium is a protective and supportive structure that holds our teeth in their sockets. The early stages of periodontitis often resemble gingivitis. If you don’t get treatment in the early stages, the disease can lead to the loss of one or more teeth.

• Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is a very common complaint. It often feels like a response to a hot or cold stimulus, such as drinking tea or eating ice cream. . You may experience sensitivity in one tooth, or it may be normal.

• Mouth ulcers

Mouth ulcers can be caused by a variety of reasons. They can be caused by traumatic injury, viral, bacterial, or fungal infections, genetic disorders, immune disorders, allergies, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, oral cancer, and a number of other factors. Symptoms of mouth ulcers can vary depending on their cause. . If you develop ulcers from a traumatic injury, they will appear red and painful to the touch. Also common is thrush, or oral candidiasis, which causes a white coating on the tongue, gums, or other parts of the mouth.

• Bad breath

• Bad breath halitosis. Also called The most common cause of bad breath. Lack of oral hygiene care. It can also be caused by dental caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, thrush and other causes. If you notice that your breath smells bad, you can check it by licking the back of your wrist and smelling it.

• Bleeding gums.

If you experience any of the above symptoms, get a dental checkup as soon as possible. This can help eliminate the causes at an early stage and avoid future complications. It is best to consult your dentist for proper consultation. For more information you can contact Noor Health Life on email and whatsapp number +923343207020 noormedlife@gmail.com

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