What are the symptoms of periodontal diseases?
The first symptom of periodontal diseases, which are common in society, is bleeding in the gums. The gingiva is red, swollen and has a shiny surface. Most of the time, these symptoms are accompanied by bad breath, itching in the gums, bleeding sensation, and sensitivity in the teeth. The main purpose of periodontal treatment is to keep the hopeless, unhealthy teeth in the mouth.