I love kissing my valentine, but he has periodontal disease. Should I be concerned about catching it?

Periodontal disease (gum disease) is caused by a mixture of bacteria that secrete destructive toxins called plaque. We are not born with these bacteria. We catch it from others. Unremoved plaque causes inflammation and breaks down gum tissue around the tooth causing gum and bone loss.

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