Gingivitis is a form of gum disease that causes the gums to swell, redden, and inflame. It’s a form of periodontal disease that causes gum inflammation and tenderness. The tissues that protect the teeth, the gums, the periodontal ligaments, and the tooth sockets are all affected by this disorder. Gingivitis is mostly caused by plaque accumulation over time. Other factors such as tooth alignment, gum damage, and improper brushing and flossing techniques can aggravate the situation. In such cases, the gums get sore, sore, and infected.
Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease, characterized by redness of the gums. When washed or flossed, these infected and sore gums appear to bleed. If the condition is not treated, it may lead to Periodontitis or Pyorrhoea, which have more serious symptoms.