Posts Tagged ‘inflammatory response’
Are Arthritis and Periodontal Disease Linked?
Arthritis and periodontal disease are generally not thought of as occurring together. We generally think of these inflammatory diseases individually, without much thought as to how they are affected by other diseases or how they may exacerbate disease in the body. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune inflammatory disease in which our own cells attack the…Read More
What Causes Gingivitis?
Gingivitis is simply inflammation of the gum tissue in the mouth. It is a reversible, non-destructive form of periodontal disease. While there are many causes of gingivitis, the number one cause is poor dental hygiene. Gingivitis can develop as -a side effect to medication -surges in hormones -mouth breathing -dry mouth -poor nutrition -disease state…Read More