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Alternative Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis Treatments
Do the gray spots on my gums mean I have actue necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis? I'm a smoker, and lately i've noticed some gray spots or residue on my lower gum. I've seen some pretty scary pictures of actue necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis, and am won
SNUG : Snug is characterized by a very foul odor that comes out of the mouth. It can be picked up from several feet away. Nevertheless, since you are a smoker, and have placed yourself in a risk category, a with a periodontist is highly recommended. www.perio.org will have a link to a periodontist near you. Best of luck, dr. Zev kaufman. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need other treatment: Amoxicillin alone won't get rid of acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis. You also need to have some professional cleanings to get rid to the bacterial toxins that are irritating your gingiva. You also need to increase your brushing and flossing habits, and possibly incorporate a waterpik in your daily regimen. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Better brushing and : Flossing. Gingivitis is a reversible inflammatory process caused by inadequate plaque removal. Red, smooth and bleeding gum tissues rather than pink stippled firm tissues are the hallmark of this disease. It only takes about 4-5 days of increased attention to reverse the process and return tissues to better health. Regular dental prophylaxis can remove localized irritants . See your dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes but unecessary: Hydrogen peroxide treatment was made popular by paul keyes in the 1980's in treatment of gum disease. It is only effective in gingivitis but not periodontitis, as proven by the american academy of periodontology. However, with good oral hygiene of brushing and flossing and a regular periodic cleaning at your dentist/hygienist, gingivitis should be easily controlled. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are my dentists being honest when they say i need treatment to prevent gingivitis and pre-periodontal disease?
FYI: Dentist have moved into the number five spot for ranking professions based on their honesty and ethical standards according to the latest Gallup poll. The Gallup Top Ten in order were: Nurses, Pharmacists, Physicians, Engineers, Dentists, Police Officers, College Teachers, Clergy, Psychiatrists, and Chiropractors. Call your dentist today for prevention and prophylaxis appointment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good oral hygiene: Your best and only defense is regular brushing, flossing and bi-annual dental cleanings. You should brush in the morning and at night for two minutes. Each time. Flossing before you brush is also a good idea. I personally like an ultrasonic toothbrush as well. Follow this up with a visit to your dentist twice a year at a minimum. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the best treatment for a hypertensive pt. Suffer from gingivitis?Can we give him "metronidazole" or not ?
HIV and ANUP: Hiv patient has low immunity and thus unable to combat the local microbial activity with low host reaction. As the result, bone loss and necrotizing of the tissue seen in the chronic situation of infection. Acute necrotizing uncerative periodontitis is seen more in HIV since chronic infection will lead straight to attachment loss (periodontitis) with minimal gum inflammation (gingivitis). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's been a month since I have an ulceration on my tongue, that was diagnosed with glossitis.The treatment for glossitis never worked.I posted some photos of the ulceration. Please tell me what it is.
Glossitis: Glossitis is a wastebasket term in that any tissue may have an "itis" (or inflammation as this ending implies) associated with it. In this case, it can be infectious, traumatic, chemical, immune system, or neoplastic. You need a skilled examination by a provider who sees tongue abnormalities on a daily basis--an oral surgeon--to plan a course of action. Despite any photos, biopsy may be indicated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My father has recurrent digital ulceration because of crest ? Is it calcinosis or raynaud's? What is the treatment to reduce pain and recurrence? Help
Offloading...: Hello, Treatment of foot ulcerations should start by obtaining the cause of the ulceration to help prevent reoccurrence. To help close the ulcer one needs to offload (eliminate pressure), removal of devitalized tissue, maintain blood supply to area, and prevent infection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Treatment for medial femoral condyle ulceration with lateral patellar chondral ulceration with areas of full thickness chondral loss and fissuring?
See below: See on orthopedic specialist.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is gingivitis therapy at the dentist's office?Is it more effective than just treating at home with perfect oral hygene? Truly needed?
More effective: If your Dentist has recommended additional in-office treatment it is because "perfect" oral hygiene is not working for you. Perhaps you have tarter below the gums that you can't remove. Perhaps there are plaque accumulations that you are missing. Trust your Dentist, he/she has your best interests at heart. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRI show obliq tear body and posterior horn lateral meniscus, extending infr artic surface and ulceration articular cartilage patella. Surgery/Therapy?
See vein specialist: Leg ulcers are often caused by chronic venous insufficiency which is a problem that causes to much pressure to be in the veins near the skin. A venous specialist can diagnose and treat this condition. Our cure rate with venous ulcers is 97%. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is gingivectomy always necessary for treating periodontitis? My dentist recommends gingivectomy for my periodontitis, but i'm afraid of the pain involved. Are there alternative treatments?
Dr, My mom is receivig Asacol(mesalamine)tab. for ulcerative colitis, is there any alternative treatment?with minimal side effects?or suppository?
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