The prevalence of periodontal diseases is very high – around the world in 80 percent of people aged 40 years, observed parodontopatii. According to the World Health Organization in North America, almost half the population age 50 has retained part of the teeth, but the periodontal tissue is significantly damaged. People aged 35-40 years teeth removed about periodontal disease are 2-3 times more often than as a result of caries and other diseases. The prevalence of periodontal disease varies between countries. In the United States observed periodontal lesion in 60 percent of teens and 90 percent of the people and the senile elderly. The affecting high periodontal disease in the population of India, Nigeria, Italy. In European countries this figure is somewhat lower. In CIS countries, the incidence of periodontal disease, gingivitis is different.
It depends on the geographic area, dietary habits population composition of water and other factors. For example, among the population in the diet due to national traditions is a large amount of meat, protein, carbohydrates, periodontal diseases occur much more frequently than among people who eat rationally, taking into account the needs of the organism. Periodontal condition depends on the composition of drinking water. Not enough content in it trace elements, in particular fluorine, is one of the causes of disease teeth. Given this, in many areas is fluoridated drinking water.
People living in adverse climatic conditions, it is recommended to enrich your diet with fruit, vegetables and foods containing vitamins C and RA exacerbation of periodontal diseases contribute to fatigue, colds, flu, and dysfunction of the digestive, nervous and mental stress. The inflammatory process may be exacerbated during periods of menstruation, pregnancy, menopause, as well as in diseases of the genitourinary system and other diseases. Treatment of periodontal disease depends on their nature. Distinguish inflammatory, dystrophic and neoplastic processes. Of the periodontal diseases are the most common gingivitis, generalized periodontitis and periodontal disease.