Gum Disease Could Complicate Matters with Ulcers and H. Pylori

More people than you’d expect in Decatur and Atlanta have gum disease. For some it’s in the very early stages, and for others, it’s advancing rapidly and putting their teeth and their health in jeopardy. Many know that gum disease can boost heart disease and stroke risk but did you also know that untreated periodontal disease is linked to ulcers and h. pylori?

Advanced gum disease results in large pockets around the teeth and the larger these pockets, the bigger the health risks. Why? These pockets offer an ideal breeding ground for destructive oral bacteria. That bacteria can be inhaled, ingested, and absorbed in the bloodstream, causing havoc in your body over time. Your lungs, your digestive system, your immune system, your bloodstream could all be affected in addition to your mouth. Many people who have recurring ulcers don’t realize that it could be due to untreated periodontal disease.

Ulcers in Decatur, GA | Roberts Family Dental

Periodontal disease destroys the gums, causes tooth loss, and can cause ulcers and h. pylori bacteria, which is linked to cancer of the stomach. At Roberts Family Dental in Decatur, GA, we strive to keep your smile beautiful and in doing so, we can protect you from elevated risks of health problems linked to periodontal disease, too.

By caring for your oral health you can stay on top of it. Twice annual exams and cleanings can help your dentist detect gum disease early and early intervention can stop this disease from stealing your smile and hurting your overall health, too.

Decatur, GA Dentists Can Help Reduce Risks Associated with Gum Disease

Choose Roberts Family Dental in Decatur, GA for all your oral health concerns. We are taking on new patients, get very positive dental reviews, and can help you prevent or treat periodontal disease.

Book a Gum Assessment in Decatur, GA

If you’re having problems with fighting ulcers and / or h. pylori and suspect that your gum health is less than stellar, we would be happy to help you explore your options for gum disease treatment. Book a no-obligation consultation with us by calling (404) 334-9542. In addition to periodontal disease prevention and treatment we offer a variety of dental services.

Call to schedule your smile evaluation with one of our Doctors today! (404) 334-9542