Parodontite

The periodontitis is characterized by the destruction of the supporting tissues around one or several teeth.

The periodontitis is mainly caused by the accumulation of tartar and biofilm (dental plaque) under the gum.

The support tissues come away gradually from the tooth, and the space between the tooth and the gum deepens, resulting in the mobility and the uprooting of the teeth (those ones appear longer).

There are three phases of periodontitis: beginning (or light), moderated, and advanced.

Parodontite