The more aggressive are the bacteria and the weaker is the body's defense, the sooner and more the disease occurs. As a result, the gum starts to detach from the tooth, and it comes to the
formation of gum pockets, in which bacteria causing periodontitis is continued to multiply. The gum pockets get deeper, increasing the number of particularly pathogenic bacterial species. The gum
goes back, and the tissue and the surrounding bone get reduced further. The tooth loses its grip and gets loose. Often, the periodontitis is noticed for the first time only at this late period.
But periodontitis can develop even without perceiving distinct signs of it. Numerous studies have demonstrated that periodontal bacteria and inflammation substances come through the gum tissue
into the blood circulation system and, hence, can negatively impact the entire body.