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How Does Epilepsy Effect Periodontitis
If you are going to have epilepsy is it usually spotted before your 30's had 2 in my teens andn ow everyday I worry I am gonna have one again l?
Getting closer: Epilepsy can begin at any age, mostly in early life & again late in life. 2 seizures which are unprovoked occurring on 2 separate days is epilepsy. However cases of epilepsy in teens can disappear, even without treatment. If you are worried, see a neurologist, have an eeg, and a good discussion afterwards. ...Read more
Periodontitis is a general term for an inflammatory gum disease that has caused some degree of irreversible hard and soft tissue damage. While most treatments will put the disease into remission with rigorous patient home care and there are even some new therapies that can repair some of the damage, it is a major cause of tooth lose! Best to avoid the altogether with regular ...Read more
Floss! Floss! Floss!: Attempt to correct periodontal issues by flossing daily. Skipping days is like not flossing at all! don't floss to remove food, floss to clean the side walls of each tooth. If you see bleeding, then you probably need to observe how much of the tooth surface you are actually wiping clean. Toothbrushing is way overrated. If it worked you wouldn't have gum disease! have a dentist monitor efforts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your dentist: Potential periodontal problems can often be diagnosed and treated before becoming problematic. If you are experiencing or think you have early periodontal problems, you need to schedule an appointment with your dentist for a thorough clinical and radiographic examination to determine if and what treatment(s) may be necessary to prevent or treat the problem(s). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Non-reversible Perio: Periodontitis is a general term for an inflammatory gum disease that has caused some degree of irreversible hard and soft tissue damage. While most treatments will put the disease into remission with rigorous patient home care and there are even some new therapies that can repair some of the damage, it is a major cause of tooth lose! Best to avoid the altogether with regular dental care & homecare ...Read more
Acute vs chronic: acute infections happen fast and produce pain usually because there is pus pressing on a nerve and there is a big immune response. Periodontitis is a chronic slow going infection that usually does not produce large amounts of pus and the immune response is different. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chronic TLC: While there are many different treatments for periodontal disease, they all involve regular dental visits. Treatment could include deep cleanings, a change in oral hygiene, surgery, antibiotics and other care. Your dentist or periodontist will direct you as to which options are best for your oral health. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Professionals treat: Treatment of periodontitis requires a dental professional. It won't go away with toothpaste or mouthrinse. Its progression depends on your resistance to it, the amount of bacteria involved, & the aggressiveness of your particular oral flora. It is not curable, but maintainable. Other risk factors also can complicate like diabetes, smoking, immuno suppression, genetics, poor nutrition, etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A neurological disorder where nerve cells of the brain are injured, epilepsy results in seizures that range from nearly undetectable to extremely vigorous. Epileptic seizures may occasionally result in loss of consciousness and confusion. Causes of epilepsy include genetics, head trauma, prenatal ...Read more
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