Bacterial gingivitis

Bacterial Gingivitis

Bacterial gingivitis is an oral health condition characterized by inflammation of the gums. It is caused by the overgrowth of bacteria in the mouth, leading to the formation of plaque which irritates the gum tissues.

Common symptoms include red, swollen, and tender gums, bleeding while brushing or flossing, bad breath, and a receding gumline. If left untreated, bacterial gingivitis can progress into more severe forms of gum disease.

Prevention and treatment usually involve proper oral hygiene practices such as regular brushing and flossing, along with professional dental cleanings and examinations. Antibacterial mouthwash or topical treatments may be recommended to control bacterial growth.

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It is important to address bacterial gingivitis promptly to prevent complications and maintain good oral health.

Disease Name Causes
Bacterial gingivitis
  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Build-up of plaque
  • Growth of bacteria in the mouth
  • Infection from certain bacteria, such as Streptococcus mutans and Prevotella intermedia
  • Smoking
  • Inadequate nutrition
  • Stress
  • Weakened immune system

Bacterial Gingivitis

  • Gums that are swollen, red, or tender
  • Bleeding gums during brushing or flossing
  • Receding gums
  • Bad breath
  • Persistent metallic taste in the mouth
  • Gums appearing shiny or puffy
  • Formation of deep pockets between teeth and gums
  • Pus between teeth and gums
  • Mouth sores or ulcers
  • Loose teeth or a change in their alignment