What are the symptoms of Gum Problems?
Phases of gum problems
Gum problems are a progressing condition. If you recognise the symptoms early enough, you can take action in time.
Gum problems are normally preceded by the tenderness of the gum tissue. Gum problems can quickly progress from less aggressive gum problems without you noticing any clear signs of it.
Apart from occasionally tender gums, the following signs or symptoms should raise concerns: bad breath, change in tooth position, apparently longer and/or loosened teeth and occasional sensation of tension in the area.
Unless addressed in time, the cause of the gum problems can extend to the supporting structures of the tooth and could eventually lead to tooth loss.