What could i do to help recovering from periodontics


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I had two deep gum cleaning treatment from my peridotites specialist. I notice when I consume sugar from fruit , potatoes, biscuit, milk, my peridotites conditions getting worse. It is suppose to recovering but why I consume food content sugar will cause the condition worse? What do I need to do to help to recovering?
 
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I had two deep gum cleaning treatment from my peridotites specialist. I notice when I consume sugar from fruit , potatoes, biscuit, milk, my peridotites conditions getting worse. It is suppose to recovering but why I consume food content sugar will cause the condition worse? What do I need to do to help to recovering?
My condition, does it mean the disease/ infections not total remove?
 

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When your teeth have sensitivity to sweets, it means your teeth have exposed roots (cementum) or dentin. If you have periodontal disease, it means you may have lost gum and bone attachments leaving your roots exposed. Talk to your periodontal specialist team how to best manage your condition after deep cleanings such as remineralization, desensitizing agents, Chlorhexidine rinse, etc.
 
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Hi Honestdoc,

Thanks so much your advice.

I'm not too sure it is sensitive or the condition getting worse. I feel a sharp bite and minor ache in my tooth time to time. Base on the symptoms, it is sensitive tooth?

By the way, I want to take oral probiotics, does it help to keep my teeth in a healthy condition? Does it work?
I had purchase a _Great Oral Health Advanced oral probiotics from USA. Please see the attachment.
They claim it can flight off Periodontics gum disease.
 

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Hi Honestdoc,

The inflammation in my tooth is not subside yet , my peridotites specialist give me three day antibiotic only, one table per day.
The last treatment was on the 31 March. I Finished the antibiotic on 2 April.
Is there anything I could do to help the healing process faster? Reduced the inflammation prior recovering? Any Suggestion?

Regards,
Evone
 

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Ask your periodontist if Chlorhexidine rinse is right for you. Otherwise minimize irritation and keep the area plaque free.
 
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Hi Honestdoc,

Thanks for your respond.

How did I know the cleaning from the dental hygienist is done a good job to get rid of plaque and tartar around your gum line, as well as in between my teeth?
Is the teeth suppose smooth in all area? There still have hard substance attach to the teeth in some area? Does it mean that area still have plaque and tartar ?

Please advice!!! Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Evone
 

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Probiotics for gum disease is a load of nonsense; save your money. And taking antibiotics following perio therapy is unnecessary and a poor use of antibiotics. As honest doc suggests, use a chlorhex mouthwash and desensitizing t’paste.
 
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Hi Honestdoc / MattKW,


How did I know the cleaning from the dental hygienist is done a good job to get rid of plaque and tartar around your gum line, as well as in between my teeth?
Is the teeth suppose smooth in all area? There still have hard substance attach to the teeth in some area? Does it mean that area still have plaque and tartar ?

Please advice!!! Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Evone
 
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