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Dr. David A. Mugford
Dr. Tassos Sfondouris
1660 Village Green
Crofton, MD 21114


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What Are the Symptoms of Trench Mouth?
Posted on 2/20/2019 by Front Desk
No one wants to find out they have trench mouth. Just the name alone is enough to make people groan in agony. The problem is that although many people may have heard of the term, trench mouth, that does not mean they know what it is and what the symptoms are. Understanding what it is makes it easier to know what to look for and what to do about it. What is It? Trench mouth is a serious infection of the gums. It is often a result of poor oral hygiene habits. Trench mouth is an aggressive form of gum disease. Other names for trench mouth include: It occurs most often in teenagers and young adults. It is more common in underdeveloped countries. The Symptoms of Trench MouthAnyone suffering from trench mouth will typically suffer from several different symptoms. Common symptoms include: Some of the causes of trench mouth include poor oral hygiene, poor nutrition, smoking and tobacco use, stress, infections in the mouth and diabetes. Combining the causes with the symptoms can help a person recognize the problem. Another way to find out if you suffer from trench mouth is by visiting our office. Unfortunately, since the most common causes of trench mouth are not taking proper care of the teeth and gums, this is not the way that most people catch it early. If left untreated, trench mount can lead to serious health issues. It is an aggressive infection that can spread to other parts of the body. It can affect the cardiac system and the circulatory system. Do not ignore the signs of a problem such as trench mouth. Take the time to contact our office to schedule an appointment to help you maintain the best oral health possible....
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Dangerous Effects of Advanced Gum Disease You Want to Avoid
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Can Water Help With Your Gum Disease Treatment?
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Can Losing Weight Lead to Increased Chances of Gum Disease?
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What Parts of the Body Are Affected When You Do Not Treat Gum Disease?
11/25/2018
What Makes an Abscess a Dental Emergency?
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Is Crown Lengthening Good for Your Oral Health?
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How to Tell if Scaling and Root Planing Would Help Your Oral Health
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What to Do When You First Notice Swollen Gums
9/20/2018
What is LANAP?
9/10/2018
How Does Gum Disease Cause Your Gum Tissue to Recede?
8/20/2018
How Do You Care for Gums When You Lose All Your Teeth?
8/10/2018
Early Signs of Dental Implant Failure
7/20/2018
Can Gum Disease Be Repaired if Your Teeth Get to the Point of Being Loose?
7/10/2018
Can Grinding Your Teeth Hurt Your Gums?
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Can a Gum Graft Help Improve Your Smile?
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What Signs Does a Periodontist Look for with Early Stage Oral Cancer?
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What Your Gums Say About the Health of Your Heart
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How Gum Disease Goes Unnoticed for So Long
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Home Remedies for Gum Inflammation
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What Type of Symptoms Will You Have If Your Gums Get Infected?
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What to Do if Your Dentist Suggests You May Have Gum Disease
2/10/2018
Dangers of Kids Getting Dental Implants
1/30/2018
All You Need To Know About Smoking And The Health Of Your Gums
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Gum Health Goes Downhill When You Drink Alcohol
12/20/2017
Dry Mouth and Gum Disease Should Not Be Left Untreated
12/10/2017
How Lasers Can Help Restore Gum Health
11/25/2017
How Can You Get Gum Tissue Back After Recession?
11/15/2017
How Reshaping Your Gums Really Works
10/23/2017
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What Alcohol Does to Your Gums
9/20/2017
Things You Can Do to Keep Your Jaw Bone Density After a Lost Tooth
9/15/2017
Would You Look Better After Crown Lengthening?
8/23/2017
What Can Be Done to Regenerate Gum Tissue?
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How Your Gums Change as You Get Older
7/30/2017
How Implants Can Benefit Your Oral Health
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The Link Between Oral Bacteria and Oral Cancer
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The Impact of Flossing on Advancing Gum Disease
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Don't Fall for These Common Gum Disease Myths
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Why You May Need a Soft Tissue Graft
4/25/2017
Why You May Need a Ridge Augmentation
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How Crown Lengthening Boosts the Health of Teeth
2/27/2017
Can Smoking Pot Hurt Your Gums?
2/17/2017
How Flossing Helps with Gum Disease
1/25/2017
Bridges Can Help Restore Your Oral Health
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Your Gum Disease Self-Assessment
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You Could Be in Trouble if You Believe These Gum Disease Myths
12/17/2016
Link Between High Cholesterol and Gum Disease Found
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Is Your Pain a Dental Abscess?
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10/30/2016
Is My Child at Risk For Periodontal Disease or Gum Disease?
10/20/2016
Saving Money on Dental Bills
9/30/2016
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How Do I Take Care of My Dental Implants?
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Are Genetics a Risk Factor for Gum Disease?
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