Periodontal Periodontal Disease Your Complete Guide BEST SELLER Periodontal Disease: Your Complete Guide This booklet is a comprehensive guide to periodontal disease that improves patients’ understanding of all facets of periodontal disease. Begins with causes of periodontal disease and walks patients through the stages, risk factors, warning signs Discusses several treatment options and how to check if treatment will be covered by insurance Reviews connection between periodontal disease and other health issues W120 16 pages, 50 per pack PERSONALIZE IT! DAB092 Pricing for Perio Booklet PACKS MEMBER RETAIL 1 $35.00 $52.50 2–9 $29.75 $44.65 10+ $26.25 $39.35 Our comprehensive perio booklet guides patients through prevention, diagnosis, treatment and maintenance. Personalized Booklets Available! Order booklets with your personalized practice info imprinted on the front cover, back cover or both! Log on to ADAcatalog.org and search the product number to get started. Healthy Gums No Disease Your teeth are held in place by gums, bone and connective tissues. Your gums hug your teeth tightly and there is little or no buildup of plaque and tartar on them. Periodontitis In time, as plaque and tartar build up where your teeth and gums meet, the gum tissues and bone around your teeth begin to break down. Periodontitis affects about 42% of adults over age 30 in the United States. Gingivitis The bacteria in plaque make your gums red, tender and swollen. Your gums might bleed at this stage. You also can have gingivitis and not notice any of these signs. Gum disease at this stage is usually reversible and can be treated by a dentist or dental hygienist during a regular cleaning and with daily brushing and flossing. Advanced Periodontitis Your teeth may become loose and fall out or need to be removed by your dentist. This stage is very serious and may require surgical treatment. 4 5 Stages of Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease can get worse if it’s left untreated. It can lead to serious infection, bone loss and you may even lose teeth. Inflamed gums Tartar Gums Ligament Bone Pus Image ©Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Image ©Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Periodontal Periodontal Disease Your Complete Guide 52 ORDER BY PHONE: 800.947.4746
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