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How To Check Whether You Have Gum Disease

Gum disease occurs when the soft tissue surrounding the bottom portion of your teeth (tooth root) becomes infected. The infection is usually caused by plaque, which is a colourless, sticky film of bacteria and sugars that collects on the surface of your teeth and gums. Read More

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Can Smoking Cause Periodontal...

Periodontal disease is an advanced case of gum disease characterised by the inflammation of gums and supporting structures that hold the teeth in place. Read More