Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease also known as Gingivitis gums. It causes teeth gum swelling, redness and irritation of the gingiva, a part of your gum at the base of the teeth. Gingivitis treatment requires an understanding of the problem and treating it promptly.
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Gingivitis can cause teeth gum redness, irritation and inflammation. The typical signs include puffy gums, which can bleed easily when someone brushes their teeth. The treatment requires an in-depth examination of the mouth, gathering dental history, checking the symptoms and available treatment options before starting the treatment.
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Gingivitis is a type of mild gum disease that may result in irritation, redness and swelling of a gum surrounding also known as Gingiva. It’s important to take Gingivitis treatment on time, if left untreated, it can result in Periodontitis.