The time has come to tell you about the root cause of your dental woes.
There are many reasons why you might not have a proper smile, and the most common is a mouth infection.
Dental infections are caused by bacteria that live in your mouth and can spread to other parts of your body.
If you’re not aware of your infection, it could lead to a variety of complications, including tooth decay, gum disease, cavities and more.
You may not notice it, but your teeth are probably infected.
It can be difficult to know when you have a tooth infection.
If your teeth get infected and then fall out, they might not appear new.
In some cases, the infection may have recurred and is a symptom of a more serious problem.
Your dentist will ask you to see a specialist to rule out other causes of your condition.
It’s important to keep in mind that the root causes of dental infections can be different for everyone.
The most common cause of a tooth decay or gum disease is plaque buildup, which is made up of bacteria.
This buildup of bacteria can lead to dental problems such as cavities.
Another common cause is an infection called rhinitis.
Rhinitis is caused by a type of bacteria called rhizobium.
Rhizobia can be caused by one of several types of bacteria: