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What is Pyorrhea?
The term pyorrhea has been used to define the disease of the teeth socket, which mainly affects the membrane that surrounds the teeth root. Due to this disease, the tooth loosens and it also causes the shrinkage of the gum. It has been seen that this ailment can also cause tooth loss if not treated on time. The ailment is also known as periodontitis and it refers to an advanced stage of periodontal disease. Here the ligaments and bones, which are vital for teeth support, tend to become inflamed and infected. Some of the main reasons for the same are gingivitis, which is also a periodontal disease that infects the gum. This disease attacks the gums through plaque and results in the formation of a pocket between the teeth, which trap the plaque. Researches prove that if pyorrhea has been left untreated then it can lead to halitosis or bad breath. Intensification of this disease can also lead to erosion of the jaw bone and painful bleeding gums. This would eventually lead to the loss of tooth support and tooth loss and this ailment has been the primary cause of tooth loss in adults.

Detecting Pyorrhea and its symptoms:
It has been seen that most of the periodontal or gum diseases are painless and hence more than often, these go undetected until it is too late. Some of the early symptoms of pyorrhea are similar to gingivitis. These include a visible change in the gums and they tend to appear very shiny or bright red or purple in color. The affected gums tend to bleed easily, even if you are doing your regular teeth brushing, and the gums tend to become swollen and tender when touched, but remain painless otherwise. Also the gums experience tenderness and pus oozes from the areas if pressure is applied. The gum swells can find its way to the stomach and thus liver trouble sets in leading to indigestion. Along with this sepsis appears in various forms and affects the system.

The causes of Pyorrhea:
The main cause of pyorrhea is bacteria, which is the result of not cleaning your teeth properly, especially after meals and these results in forms a mass on the tooth surface called plaque. This plaque produces toxins that irritate the gums and lead to inflammation, tenderness and bleeding. Eating too many sweets, meat and white bread can also lead to this problem.

Treatment for Pyorrhea:
Natural and ayurvedic:

  • Staying away from starchy and sticky foods, strong tea and coffee along with tobacco also helps.
  • You should try and eat more of hard and fibrous foods to exercise gums and teeth.
  • Chew guava daily and eat leaves of pointed guard.
  • Have mustard oil with salt after brushing the teeth daily.
  • Banyan tree bark is the best remedy for pyorrhea.
  • Having sesame oil in the mouth for ten minutes can cure pyorrhea.
  • Have mixture of spinach juice along with carrot juice.

Home remedies:
Regular brushing, cleansing and gargles also help to treat pyorrhea and prevent the further spread of this disease or its reoccurrence.

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