Gum Problems

Gum Problems

Bacterial Plaque is a deposite of microorganisms that forms a biofilm on the surfaces within the mouth . The dental biofilm is formed by macromolecules that adhere to the tooth surface by electrostatic forces. Calculus or dental tartar is formed by mineralization of bacterial Plaque and ,it accmulates.

Both on natural teeth and on prosthesis.Differentiation is made between Supragingival Calculas at the margin of gingiva of whitish or yeiiowish color that is easily removed and subgingival calculas in gingival pocket , which is darker color and is firmly adherent.

Signs of gum disease

You can prevent the more advanced stages of the disease in surprisingly easy ways. Just maintaining a regular brushing and flossing routine goes a long way.

In the meantime, keep a sharp eye out for these seven symptoms:

  • Swollen, red gums
  • Gums that bleed easily
  • Constant bad breath
  • Gums that have pulled away (recession) from the teeth
  • Pus in between the teeth
  • Changes in bite


  • SCALING & Polishing
  • Root Planning
  • Gum Surgeries