Hi, Generally, very basic line of treatment or the first thing to do in any periodontal disease or condition is oral prophylaxis/ cleaning/ dental scaling. Then the further treatment will be according to the severity or condition of the periodontal disease, which are (in order of less severity to more severity) root planing, deep curettage, flap surgeries with or without bone grafting. Most important thing in periodontal treatment rather in any gums related treatment is maintaining the gum condition after treatment by proper brushing, regular use of antiseptic mouthwash and other things which are specified by dentist after that particular treatment.
It is extremely unwise to seek treatment for something as severe as diabetes with solely homeopathic medicine. Homeopathy is a placebo plain and simple in my opinion, and the FDA does not at the present time recognize any homeopathic remedy as a treatment or cure for any disease. In short you can take any homeopathic remedy and get the same result.
I reversed my periodontal by just brushing after every meal and rinsing with peroxide or a mouth wash made for periodontal, and you can find it and any CVS or Wal-greens.
Common symptoms of periodontal disease can include gums that bleed when you brush or floss; red, swollen, or tender gums; a bad taste in the mouth; loose or painful teeth. Unfortunately, one can have periodontal disease without experiencing any symptoms. That is why it is important to see a dentist and dental hygienist regularly. They can evaluate your oral health and point out any areas or conditions that need attention or treatment.
No, baking soda cannot 'cure' gum disease (periodontal disease). Currently, there is no universal cure for gum disease. Gum disease can usually be effectively 'controlled' with proper care and treatment, but once periodontal disease has been diagnosed, the signs and symptoms can return at any time. Periodontal disease is differentiated from simple gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) by the loss of periodontal attachment, that is the destruction of the tissue surrounding the teeth that attach the tooth to the jaw. A dentist or dental hygienist can examine your teeth and gums and tell you if you have periodontal disease or gingivitis. Baking soda can be incorporated into the treatment of gum disease, but has never been demonstrated to be effective in the control of gum disease by itself. The first step in controlling gum disease is determining the cause of the disease and the extent of the condition. The most common cause of gum disease is long-term poor oral hygiene and lack of professional care in a dental office. If caught early, gum disease can usually be controlled with improved oral hygiene and non-surgical treatment in a dental office. If the disease is advanced or severe, sometimes surgery is necessary to get the condition under control. Other factors that impact gum disease include smoking, worn out dental fillings or crowns, systemic conditions such as diabetes, a family history of gum disease (genetic predisposition), some medications, and inadequate nutrition. The best course of action is to see a qualified dentist and follow his/her advice.
Childhood asthma is curable and homeopathy is really helpful in curing asthma in Children. Many doctors opt for homeopathy treatment for their child.
There is no treatment or cure for turner's syndrome as it is a genetic disease.
YES..Homeopathy offers help for colitis.Please consult a Professional Homeopath to get an individualized treatment.
A correct diagnosis of periodontal disease or gingivitis requires the skills and training of a dental professional. The signs of gingivitis include red, swollen gums, bleeding gums when you brush your teeth. Periodontal disease may include sore teeth, loose teeth, or a chronic bad taste in your mouth. The really bad thing is that you can have both of these conditions without any obvious signs or symptoms. See your dentist.
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The purpose of homeopathy is the restoration of the body to homeostasis, or healthy balance, which is its natural state. The symptoms of a disease are regarded as the body's own defensive attempts to correct its imbalance. Despite receiving a significant amount of study, homeopathy has not been proven to be effective against any form of illness.
It shouldn't be the only choice, but homeopathy, some, can be quite beneficial and helpful. Do your homework as you would with any medical treatment.
Periodontal disease is incurable...but controllable through some medications. I am not aware of any herbal substitutes. Short answer: NO the reason being that periodontal disease is incurable (except in the very earliest stages). there are some products and modalities that can help and possibly stop or slow down the progression of the disease. I am not aware of any herbal or over the counter products that are effective (except tooth brush and floss). however, there are a couple of prescription strength rinses that seem to help. Be Aware though: Any dental rinse that really does anything beneficial to your gums tends to stain your teeth. Examples of these rinses would be Chlorhexidne Gluconate 0.12% (Peridex) and Stannous Fluoride Rinse (PerioMed).
Parenchymal is a term used to cover any disease that impedes the function of the liver cells. Treatment depends on the diagnosis.
Periodontal Disease is not ContagiousPeriodontal disease is a multi-faceted disease. The initiating factors are primarily oral bacteria, and these bacteria can be spread from person to person. So, in that respect, periodontal disease is technically 'infectious' because it takes direct contact (person-to-person, intimate kissing) or vector contact (sharing a toothbrush for example) to spread the bacteria. Being in close proximity, such as working in the same room with someone with periodontal disease is not enough to contract the disease. The other leading risk factors that determine whether someone will develop the disease are as follows:1. Are you a smoker? Over 50% of people with advanced perio disease are either current or former smokers. Smoking, among other things, inhibits the body's defenses from fighting the disease.2. Underlying chronic systemic disease, such as diabetes. Conditions like diabetes interfere with the body's natural defenses and healing.3. Family history. It has been shown there is a genetic predisposition to developing periodontal disease. As much as 30% of the adult population may be genetically predisposed to periodontal disease.4. Oral hygiene. Inadequate oral hygiene practices (not enough brushing, flossing, etc.) allow the oral bacteria to thrive.5. Irregular or non-existent professional care. Over time, personal oral hygiene is simply not enough to ward off periodontal disease for most people. Routine preventive and periodontal therapy by a qualified dental professional can go a long way in helping avoid the consequences of periodontal disease. They can also recommend strategies specific to your particular situation.6. Age. The older a person is, the greater risk for developing perio disease.7. Medications. Certain medications can interfere with the body's natural defenses against periodontal disease. Examples would be drugs that cause xerostomia (dry mouth) or drugs that cause hypertrophic tissue growth, such as Dilantin or other anti-seizure medications. Discuss your particular situation with your healthcare provider before stopping or changing any medical therapy.Some risk factors are controllable (smoking, oral hygiene, professional care) and others are not (genetics, age). Work with your dental professional to control those factors you can, and forget about those you cannot.Periodontal disease is a chronic, inflammatory, progressive, degenerative condition that has been shown to be the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. While it is not curable, it can, in most cases, be controlled with adequate personal oral hygiene and appropriate professional care.Don't worry, you cannot contract periodontal disease simply from being with someone who has the disease.But One Exceptionyou kiss someone who has advanced periodontal disease, there could be a transfer of microorganisms that cause the disease.
It is any treatment given after exposure to a disease to try to prevent the disease from occurring
Homeopathy has not been proven to cure any illness. There is no good evidence that homeopathy cures any type of sickness despite receiving a significant amount of study. Your efforts and money are better spent on other forms of treatment. In general, homeopathy is safe but this is because you generally will not get any significant amount of the active ingredient (so essentially it's just a small amount of distilled water or alcohol you're getting and nothing more). It's disappointing for many people to hear this information, but it's true. Homeopathy is a system of medicine first introduced by Dr. Samuel Hahneman of Germany. He rejected the conventional (allopathic) medicine's principles of having a disease affect an organ but instead declared that the disease is caused by abnormal energy levels and certain other problems inside our bodies. The main difference is that he believed that true homeopathic medicine is not visible to the naked eye (as opposed to pills etc) of the allopathic system of medicine. It claims to cure all diseases but surely there are limitations as there is no surgery in this system of medicine.
No specific definitive treatment is available for patients with any NPD type, and treatment is purely supportive
yes-------------------No serious treatment exist now !
No. I know of no disease treatable with any such combination.
Foxglove is a source of digitalis, a medication used in the treatment of heart disease. It has no reported efficacy in the treatment of any cancer.
The treatment for any disease is dependent on the type of disease your have. Sometimes you can treat a disease and sometimes you can only treat the symptoms.
Homeopathy is not biblical and therefore it is an occult.
I believe that in can be treated through Cryosurgery
A drug is any substance used in treatment, prevention, or diagnosis of disease.