It appears with inflammatory diseases of the gums, with traumatic lesions, with dental manipulations - and this is only a small list of conditions in which one of the first symptoms is swelling of the gum.
Oncological diseases in the oral cavity are quite common and recently their growth has increased. External contaminants, quality of nutrition and many other reasons provoke weakening of our antitumor protection in the body.
The recession of the gum (apical displacement of the gingival margin) is a decrease in soft gingival tissue in the vertical direction, which leads to a gradual exposure of the tooth neck. According to statistics, this pathological process is more often observed in adulthood, but the tendency of its occurrence in children and young people is growing every year.
The mouth area is one of the most malleable and sensitive areas of the face. Since it is constantly exposed to mechanical, chemical and physical irritants, this provokes the development of local pathological processes.
Specific form of dental pathology - wedge-shaped defect of teeth, - refers to non-carious enamel damage. This defect occurs in the cervical part of the tooth in its visible region. The upper part of the "wedge" in all cases "looks" inside the dental cavity.
Since filling is one of the final stages of treatment, one must take into account not only the quality of the sealing itself, but also the rationality of carrying out previous manipulations. This is necessary because many of the procedures performed directly affect the consistency and durability of the seal.
For delicate and delicate gum tissues, the characteristic quality is a pronounced regenerative capacity. Therefore, the appearance of ulcers on their surface should be regarded as a reaction to a change in the state of the organism and the possible emergence of internal unhappiness.