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Trench Mouth

  • Trench Mouth

    Trench mouth is a severe, painful form of gingivitis characterized by bad breath, bleeding gums and open sores. Also called acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis or Vincent's stomatitis, trench mouth is a rare sight in this day and age. Roughly 78 percent of Americans have had at least one cavity by age 17. 80 percent of the U.S. population has some form ofperiodontal (gum) disease. In 2007, Americans made about 500 million visits to dentists and spent an estimated $98.6 billion on dental services. Between 2005-2008, 16 percent of children ages 6-19 and 23 percent of adults 20-64 had untreated cavities. Dental fluorosis (overexposure to fluoride) is higher in adolescents than in adults and highest among those aged 12–15.


  • Trench Mouth

     Luckily, trench mouth can be cured. Once diagnosed, dentists often prescribe antibiotics to kill the infection, and provide a gum disease treatment to help gums heal.  Treatment may start with a cleaning to remove any debris from the oral cavity. Scaling and root planing is needed to remove bacteria, dental plaque and dental tartar from below the gum line. In extreme cases, gum surgery may be needed to repair damaged gum tissue. At-home care is extremely important to a speedy recovery.

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