Prevent Oral Problems

What can you do about it?

Oral problems such as bleeding gums, bad breath, periodontitis, pain around implants or vesicles can make you feel very uncomfortable.

Your dentist or dental hygienist can help you here, but you also need good oral products. That is where BlueM comes in. We have developed a unique formula to prevent or even reduce your dental problems.

Periodontitis

Periodontitis is bone decay or bone loss, caused by inflammation around the edge of the gums. Periodontitis can go unnoticed for a long time as it rarely causes pain.

Oral ulcers

Oral ulcers are painful sores in the mouth. The spots are greyish-white or yellow with a red, inflamed edge. One in five adults suffer from oral ulcers. Various factors can cause oral ulcers.

Inflamed gums

Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an infection of soft tissue around your teeth and is caused by a build-up of plaque.

Bad breath

Bad breath happens. Do not think you are the only one who has bad breath on a date, in a job interview or when simply talking with friends. 50% of all adults have a bad breath.

Sensitive teeth

Is the taste of ice cream or a sip of hot coffee sometimes a painful experience for you? Is brushing or flossing an occasional obstacle? If so, you may have sensitive teeth, which can be quite painful.

Dental plaque

Your teeth become covered with a sticky film called plaque. It contributes to tooth decay and gum disease. Plaque contains bacteria, left behind after a meal or sugary snack.

Oral Lichen Planus

Lichen planus is a chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune disease. It affects the oral mucosa. It can be very painful, but fortunately people usually recover within a few years.

Peri-implantitis

Peri-implantitis is an infectious disease that causes inflammation of gums and bone around a dental implant. Chronic inflammation causes bone loss, which can lead to loose implants.

Oral Mucositis

Patients undergoing a chemotherapy often develop problems with their oral mucosa. The area can get inflamed and white or grey sores will develop as a result.