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  1. Lump behind the ear: 6 causes and what can it indicateTreatment
    from several sources: 1. Infection Lumps behind the ear may be caused by throat or neck infections such as pharyngitis, colds, flu, mononucleosis, otitis, conjunctivitis, herpes, cavities, gingivitis, orRead more
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    uso de una mascarilla de oxígeno para ayudar a oxigenar la sangre. 8. Gingivitis La gingivitis es la inflamación de las encías, la cual puede ser producida por la acumulación de placa bacteriana enRead more
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    as many other recipes that can help treat worms, bronchitis, ulcers, gingivitis as it is a natural detox.Read more
  4. photo Cómo cepillarse los dientes para evitar las caries y el mal alientoCómo cepillarse los dientes para evitar las caries y el mal alientoTreatment
    durante el resto de la vida, para mantener los dientes fuertes y resistentes, evitando el desarrollo de caries y otras enfermedades bucales como gingivitis, las cuales producen dolor y dificultad para comerRead more
  5. Gingivitis: qué es, síntomas y tratamientoTreatment
    La gingivitis es una inflamación de la encía debido a la acumulación de placa dental en los dientes, lo que causa síntomas como dolor, enrojecimiento, hinchazón y hemorragia. Normalmente, laRead more
  6. Mouth sores: what can they indicate and how to treatTreatment
    as gingivitis, syphilis or soft cancer, for example. Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis is a more severe form of gingivitis, which can cause large lesions in the gum region. 3. Bruises Minor mouth injuries can beRead more

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Gingivitis

Disease

Gingivitis ("inflammation of the gum tissue") is a non-destructive periodontal disease. The most common form of gingivitis, and the most common form of periodontal disease overall, is in response to bacterial biofilms (also called plaque) adherent to tooth surfaces, termed plaque-induced gingivitis. Gingivitis is reversible with good oral hygiene. However in the absence of treatment, or if not...More