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A new step to treat and manage gum disease more effectively, hopefully in a future not that far away. The complication of gum disease is gradual bone loss and deteriorated supporting tissue around the tooth due to heavy infected plaque (tar tar, calculus) build up causing inflammation. This bone loss is not reversible and gradually tooth will get loose and eventually will cause gum infection and swelling and toothache. The only option for a tooth with very compromised supporting bone is to remove it. The best way to avoid all this is make sure you attend your dental check up routinely and get your teeth scaled and polished. Also more importantly is to make sure you have a good oral hygiene at home.