When you start out into the world of oral hygiene in London’s W1, you are trying to reduce the chances of serious complications occurring later on down the path. Along with your dentist, there is a good chance of avoiding this happening. You’ll find it written into the spiel on most tubes of toothpaste, the avoidance of plaque. This little devil is only the start of bad things to come in your mouth and if it is allowed to get a grip around your teeth, it can lead to deadlier dangers. It will soon start to lead to tooth decay and gum disease. At this point it is important to get this problem under control as quick as you can, otherwise, you are truly in trouble if periodontal disease gets a foot in the door. This will start to kill the tissues that support your teeth and then eat away at the jaws that support your teeth as well. It is treatable but there is a strong chance that your teeth will fall out. Recovering from the problem may require drastic actions such as bone and gum grafting, but even then, you are not fully ensured that it will save your teeth in the long run. Any sign of bleeding gums and toothache means that you are venturing into the world of periodontitis and means you should take immediate action in order to save your teeth. Your dentist will do all that they can to help you out, but in the end, it is down t you to keep your mouth as healthy as you can.