What Causes Gingivitis?

The best course of gingivitis treatment is to address it early on. Recognizing the warning signs can help you treat it before it gets worse. It’s also important to understand that gingivitis is usually reversible. Here, we’ll answer some of the questions you may have, including: “What causes gingivitis?” and “How do you get gingivitis?”

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Plaque Buildup

Plaque requires daily removal, because it begins to build up on your teeth again within 24 hours. Maintain a consistent routine at the sink that includes brushing and flossing at least twice a day.

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Plaque Turning Into Tartar

If plaque isn’t removed with thorough daily brushing between teeth, it can harden and turn into tartar.

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Gum Irritation

The longer plaque and tartar stay on your teeth, the more irritation of the gum tissue around your teeth occurs.

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An Incomplete Routine at the Sink

The main cause of gingivitis is plaque buildup on your teeth. Using a specialty toothpaste for gums can help you get ahead of the problem.

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Early Gingivitis Symptoms

If action isn’t taken, your gums may become red, swollen, and bleed easily. These are signs of gingivitis.

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