Dental pyorrhea , also called periodontitis is a condition in which the teeth becomes loose as the area around them is not clean and the bacteria along with its by-products damage the gums and the underlying bone. There is pus formation and bleeding also.
The treatment is to first remove the source of infection which is calculus and plaque. This cannot be done at home and you need to seek professional help for this. However depending upon the condition and severity, measures are advised which has to done by you only at home. Proper cleaning with correct dental aids like brush, floss and interdental brushes helps to keep them clean along with initial medical drugs like moith washes and
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