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Bleading by inflammation of the gums is the beginning, and after a while it goes deeper and deeper it can take a long time sometimes but it goes courageously forward and you lost on a time fully the control on your tooth roots and becomes a neccesary root canal treatment by time all that caused by much refined sugar and white flour eating on wrong times more then in daytime , specially before sleep when less saliva is protection. and if you become older by lost of bone structure and also by excessive wear of the dial knobs that dentin is exposed , Then there may be anaerobic bacterial inflammatory pockets arise , much lime and nutrients in order to process sugar and starch to be removed nutricial reserves from the bone and the first jawbone between the molars it can caused by not going to the dentist much problems, such bacteria can especially in athletes even give heart damage over time.

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