Parodontosis: Causes and Symptoms

Periodontitis is a serious gum disease, which is aggravated by internal diseases of the body and can lead to the removal of the tooth. Periodontitis often occurs in people suffering from diabetes and other diseases associated with hormonal disorders. The tissue around the teeth called parodontium suffers because of this disease. We offer you to know the signs and symptoms of this illness.


 – The gums have a specific white colour, but there are no signs of inflammation.

 – Exposure of the necks and roots of the teeth

 – Puffiness and general soreness of the gums

 – Gum bleeding while brushing teeth

However, it is difficult for patients to determine the signs of the disease. It is worthwhile to be alerted if you notice the traces of blood after eating a solid food, the pain of the gums and their redness.


Parodontosis is a serious disease that, without treatment at an early stage, leads to tooth loss even at a young age. Therefore, there can be no speech about self-treatment. The only thing you can do at home is to monitor oral hygiene, consume solid vegetables and fruits to create a load on the chewing apparatus. But even these seemingly elementary things with periodontal disease can be done only with the permission of the doctor.

 Specific prevention as such from periodontitis is not present. The main rule is to monitor the cleanliness and health of the teeth and visit the dentist several times a year, even in the absence of complaints. Only a specialist can recognize the disease in its infancy, which will save you from a serious and painful course of treatment.

So, parodontase – is a pretty serious disease, noticing the signs of which you need to immediately turn to the dentist. Saving your teeth is possible only at the initial stage of the illness, so any tightening can become fatal to your teeth, which at best will end with the installation of crowns to disguise weakened and damaged teeth.

If you still have questions about periodontal disease, we are always happy to answer them. Contact us online or call the phones below.