Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
Dr. Kanani, a well-known dentist in Woodland Hills has graciously offered to gives advise on how to steer clear of gum disease as preventing oral problems will help save money on high dental implant costs. Dr. Kanani also reveals this months specials on dental implants starting at $395.00 and crown, bridgework & abutments are additional.
First of all, it is important to know what gum disease is and why it is so important to prevent it from happening. As a top dentist Woodland Hills, Dr. Kanani is the person to speak to regarding oral issues. More often than not, tooth loss can be attributed to gum disease as opposed to tooth decay. Interestingly enough, a majority of American adults have some form of gum disease, although many do not face severe problems. This is because gum disease is a slow acting disease and has very slow progress. This is great news as unlike many other diseases, something can actually be done to stop it from worsening.
So how exactly does gum disease occur? According to Dr. Kanani, the top Woodland Hills dentist, gum disease occurs when a layer of bacteria forms on the surface of one’s teeth and gums. This usually happens when one neglects brushing one’s teeth for a certain period of time, resulting in yellowish debris that builds up over the teeth and gums. Because bacteria multiples in warm dark cavities, such as one’s mouth, particularly in the tiny gaps where the teeth meets the gum, it is important to remove this bacteria as soon as possible before it is too late.
Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease and dentists are able to tell once it has set in, or even before it does. Top Woodland Hills dentist Dr. Kanani is very familiar with the unwelcome signs of gum disease and can tell when gingivitis is inevitable. However, this can be avoided by cleaning and brushing one’s teeth thoroughly at the very least twice a day. Here are some of the things that one can do at home to ensure gum disease does not progress to gingivitis, which could eventually lead to tooth loss and in the future, dentals implants.
1. Regular Brushing
Brushing one’s teeth should not be seen as a chore. At most, the process of brushing one’s teeth only eats up several minutes a day. Considering everything that one crams into a day like commuting to work, having a meal, watching television and so on, several minutes a day spent on a thorough brushing is not a big deal. It is advisable to brush one’s teeth in the morning and before bed.
2. Regular Rinsing
Invest in a mouth rinse and ensure it is used after every brush. According to Dr. Kanani, a popular dentist in Woodland Hills, not only does it offer fresh breath, mouth wash also helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay as it kills the bacteria that builds on up the teeth and gums.
3. Regular Flossing
Sometimes, brushing is not enough as it can be tough to reach hard-to-reach places such as the minuscule space between teeth. After a steak dinner, one can literally feel bits of food stuck in one’s teeth and easily pick them out. Imagine how many tiny particles of food can actually build up in these same areas if flossing does not occur. Do so at least once a day.
Based on how gum disease works, it is only a matter of time before the bacteria takes over and tooth loss becomes inevitable. Once tooth loss occurs, there is no other solution to get back the tooth unless one results to dental implants, and because dental implants cost quite a lot, many people go the rest of their lives sporting toothless grins.
To get in touch with Dr. Kanani to find out more about gum disease and how much dental implant cost, contact (818) 962-1141 or head to http://www.woodlandhillsdentalspa.com to schedule a complimentary first-time consultation.
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