Wobbly Teeth is Often a Symptom of Periodontitis

Do your teeth wobble, or does your bite seem a little off? If so, the first question that you may be wondering is why? In most cases, wobbly teeth are caused by gum disease known as Periodontal disease. Never heard of it?

Periodontal disease is diagnosed by your dentist when gum tissue that normally surrounds the tooth, begins to recede away from the tooth. None the less, when gums recede away from the teeth pockets, bacteria is created and collected. When bacteria build-up occurs, the gum can end up infected.

Want to know more? Read more of this blog below to find out more information on Periodontitis symptoms and how it is treated.

What are symptoms of Periodontitis?

• Chronic Bad Breath
• Bleeding Gums
• Mouth Sores
• Pain when chewing
• Wobbly teeth
• Bad tooth alignment
• Receding Gums
• Tooth ache

What are some of the treatments for Periodontitis?

• Good Oral Hygiene
• Medications
• Scaling
• Grafts
• Root Planting
• Flap Surgery

Read more about Periodontitis and other gum diseases by clicking on this link. Also if you are experiencing wobbly teeth or any of the symptoms listed above, be sure to consult with your dentist or contact Masters Dental for more information.