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Thursday, December 13, 2012

What You Should Know About Gum Disease Part 10

What You Should Know About Gum Disease - Part 10  on Video:

By the way,  what do you think about the background images?

Part 1 can be found here.           Part 9 can be found here.

And the book in its entirety can be found here:

The basic facts have not changed.  Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.

Dental professionals tell us that up to 75% of people have this problem.

Unfortunately, people don't realize they have it and that can get expensive.  Sad to say.

A lost tooth, causing the need for an implant, is also expensive.

Insurance often doesn't cover this stuff or doesn't cover it very well.  That means money out of your pocket.

Make no mistake a lost tooth leaves a space.   If that space is not filled by an implant or a denture, a problem will arise.  The teeth will shift around.  This can throw your bite off causing uneven wear and the problems become more complicated to fix.  

Do not leave an empty space between your teeth.   The consequences just are not worth experiencing.

If you are interested in saving time, pain and money, it might be in your best interest to watch all the videos or get the book itself.  

This book contains information that I believe every family should have.   When 3 out of every 4 people suffer from this problem, the odds that 1 or more of your family members are affected are seemingly high.

As I mentioned before, many people don't know they have it.  In fact, some have even been erroneously told that they don't have gum disease.   Perhaps what the dentist really meant is  "It is not bad enough for us to worry about right now."

When will it be enough to worry about?   How about when it is time for an expensive treatment?
Get the point?   I sure hope so.    Take action today and learn how to monitor the problem and how to tell if you are making progress against it.  That includes both mitigating and preventing gum disease.

Learn all you can.   Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.  

Don't be a victim,  take action now.

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