At the Dental Clinic Mark Bonner, the treatment of periodontitis occurs in 4 steps:
1. Diagnose the infection through microscopic and clinical signs
2. Eliminate infection using disinfectants and medicines
3. Look after your teeth and remove calculus in a complete disinfected area.
4. Avoid reinfection
“In the 1960s, a singer named Betty Everett belted, ‘If you wanna know if he loves you so, it’s in his kiss!’ Covered by Cher in the 1990s, the song neglects to mention what is also “in his kiss” – 80 million bacteria, according to a new study published in the journal Microbiome.”
When gingivitis sets in, either through poor hygiene or because of local factors predisposing to the teeth, rather mobile spirochetes bacteria of the type and mobile vibrio, bacteria say no favorable benefit from the oral environment and grow in large numbers. The body’s response is almost immediate and the immune system quickly sends the appropriate defense cells as mostly polymorphonuclear neutrophils.
This surface gum disease is then called reversible provided, of course, to reduce the number of bacteria pathogens and find favorable dental conditions with the presence of normal bacteria and cocoides called non motile rods commensals. However, if infection persists gingival, an even more aggressive flora consists of protozoa can be superimposed as a second infection.
Do you know someone whose gums are bleeding or has bad breath? More than half of the adult population suffers from diseases known as gingivitis and periodontitis. A recent retrospective study conducted by Dr. Mark Bonner and a group of dentists on more than 600 patients confirmed the presence of pathogenic oral parasites in gums.
By eliminating them, you can get back your smile and teeth.