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Scientists are reporting identification of two substances in licorice — used extensively in Chinese traditional medicine — that kill the major bacteria responsible for tooth decay and gum disease, the leading causes of tooth loss in children and adults. In a new study, they say that these substances could have a role in treating and preventing tooth decay and gum disease.
The capsule of Porphyromonas gingivalis, the bacterium that causes gum disease, provides stealth, boosting the bacterium’s virulence, according to new study. Call it a sugar coating, if you will, for in fact, the capsule is made from sugar molecules, which do not ordinarily elicit immunity. Thus it hides the bacterium’s proteins within, preventing immune response.
www.thatdentist.com Cosmetic Dentist San Antonio, Dr. Edward Camacho gum disease dentist gives advice on gum disease (gingivitis). Call “ThatDentist” today at (210)493-9944 for a no-obligation consultation on gum disease
Cosmetic Dentist San Antonio, www.ThatDentist.com Dr. Edward Camacho gum disease dentist gives advice on gum disease (gingivitis). Call “ThatDentist” today at (210)493-9944 for a no-obligation consultation on gum disease [Dr. Edward Camacho] Hi my name is Dr. Edward Camacho and I’m a cosmetic dentist here in San Antonio. A lot of people ask me questions about their teeth, their smile, and how cosmetic dentistry can help them. Today I’d like to answer a question that my patients frequently ask me. [Female voice] Dr. Camacho, my gums don’t hurt or bleed and I brush every day, so how can I have gum disease? [Dr. Edward Camacho] Well the fact of the matter is that 80% of the population over the age of 20 has some involvement with gum disease — from simple gingivitis all away up to full-blown periodontitis — which is gum disease. Now the only way you can find is that you actually have to look for it. You have to take a special instrument – a probe and take measurements to see if it’s there. The thing about gum disease is — is that it is a sneaky painless problem that progresses to its very very advanced stages before it starts to give pain signals. By this time it’s gone way too far. Now I often use the example of our homes can have termites and we don’t even know that they exist until the foundation is completely blown away. Well fortunately, unfortunately rather, bacteria in our mouth will do the same thing. It will destroy the foundation until it’s too late – so we have …
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If you have gum disease or cuts in your gums from dental work, oral bacteria can enter your bloodstream and cause infection in your heart or lungs. Oral bacteria may also attach to fatty buildup in your arteries, increasing the chances …