PYORRHEA IS A discharge of pus (short simple answer). Commonly, when we talk about "pyorrhea", we are refering to a dental disease. In it's advanced form, there will be a formation of pus between the bottom (roots) of the tooth and the gums around it. Many times it will cause the loosening of the tooth also. Anyone who thinks that they may have it, or starting to have it, should see their dentist ASAP!
Is pyorrhea contagious?
I think pyorrhea is the disease, a periodontist is the type of dentist that treats it. My father had it and it seems to be genetic.
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The correct spelling of the dental condition is "pyorrhea" (gum inflammation, periodontitis).
I did have it which resulted in teeth being removed, bad diet and too much brushing caused my downfall.
yes. My dad had it at age 38 and now I have it at age 38. My dads mom also had it in her middle 30s.
It is detrimental to gums, and teeth. As a result, you could loose your teeth, as well as have severe gum problem.
Upper respiratory tract infections, boils, wounds, urinary infection, yeast infection, fevers, hemorrhoids, pyorrhea and gingivitis.
Homeopathic medicine may help to strengthen the enamel and fight inflammation. This should be coupled with proper dental hygiene and support from a dentist.
Pyorrhea is a medical term meaning discharge of pus, and it most commonly refers to discharge of pus from the gums.
Pyorrhea is another name for periodontitis. It is an inflammatory disease of the gums. If this disease is left untreated, the person will loose their teeth and they will also have significant bone loss.
Pyorrhea, or periodontal disease, is only related to Type 1 Diabetes, and is not directly linked to it being the cause of Type 1 Diabetes or vice versa. Periodontal disease is only related to Type 1 Diabetes in the sense that a study showed that Type 1 Diabetics showed deeper periodontal pockets and more periodontal attachment loss as opposed to non-diabetics. Those traits are the most common on patients with Pyorrhea, or periodontal disease. These symptoms of periodontal disease seem to appear among Type 1 Diabetics because some Type 1 Diabetics do not have very great metabolic control, which could lead to higher susceptibility and a greater sign of symptoms in Type 1 Diabetics. Type 1 Diabetics do not have these symptoms, but rather have a greater appearance of what a symptom is close to and thus have a higher susceptibility to Pyorrhea. View the Related Link below for the study (you need a PDF Document viewer).
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According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern P--RR---. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter P and 4th letter R and 5th letter R. In alphabetical order, they are: pierrots pyorrhea
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 5 words with the pattern ----R-EA. That is, eight letter words with 5th letter R and 7th letter E and 8th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: diarrhea furcraea gastraea pyorrhea undersea
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern --O-RH-A. That is, eight letter words with 3rd letter O and 5th letter R and 6th letter H and 8th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: pyorrhea
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern -YOR-H--. That is, eight letter words with 2nd letter Y and 3rd letter O and 4th letter R and 6th letter H. In alphabetical order, they are: pyorrhea
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern PYO-R---. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter P and 2nd letter Y and 3rd letter O and 5th letter R. In alphabetical order, they are: pyorrhea
Most gum problems can be prevented. This includes regular brushing, flossing, and in many cases, gentle oral irrigation to remove plaque and bacteria at and below the gumline. Your dentist may recommend topical treatments to improve the condition of your gums. Where teeth have been decayed or damaged , the gums will not remain healthy. Tobacco use is always bad for your gums, so its use should be discontinued. Some foods and beverages can be also be strongly irritating to sensitive gums. Avoiding the things that cause gingivitis can save you from painful and expensive dental operations.
Chesnuts are good for many reasons. They serve quite well in health related terms. The chestnut is a good body builder food and recommended in cases of emaciation (wasting away of body tissues). It aids in the care of the teeth and treatment of pyorrhea. Chestnut is use in convulsive cough such as whooping cough and in other condition of the respiratory organ. And, chestnut can help repair microscopic holes and leaks in blood vessels and capillaries; it can also help make the vein wall elastic therefore preventing swelling and damage. Lastly, the leaves are used as remedy in fever. As you can see, you can well benefit from chestnuts.