Regular dental care is essential for overall health and wellness, which is why it is important that you are consistent with your daily habits of brushing and flossing your teeth. Many people understand that they need to brush regularly, but they don’t make the effort to floss daily. As a result, it is possible for gum disease to develop, which can eventually lead to gum recession.
At Parkway Dental Care, we offer several types of gum treatment options to protect your smile and prevent additional gum loss. Call us today to schedule an appointment, and we will assess your individual situation and help you choose the treatment that is right for you.
When gum recession occurs, it might affect one tooth or a bigger portion of your mouth. The gums start moving back, revealing more of the tooth. It is important to maintain a healthy gum line, because when a tooth is over-exposed it can eventually lead to tooth loss. Instead of waiting until the root is exposed on the tooth, you should talk with us at Parkway Dental Care to learn more about the treatment options that are available.
Gum recession can occur because of bacteria that builds up in the gums, eventually causing the gums to be damaged. As a result, you might have sensitive teeth because the roots are exposed. Additionally, the teeth might be unstable and eventually, gum disease can even lead to bone loss.
Causes of gum disease and recession include:
Luckily, all of these problems can be avoided by visiting an experienced dentist for a gum recession treatment. It is important that you schedule an appointment for this gum treatment as soon as possible because the problems can get worse if you delay the gum treatment.
When you schedule an appointment with Parkway Dental Care, Dr. Daniel Song will inspect your teeth and gums and make recommendations for gum treatments that are needed. Early detection makes it possible to use a minimal treatment before the problem gets worse. These minimal treatments might be as easy as an antibiotic injection to heal the bacterial infection.
If the gum disease has progressed causing gum recession, then you might need a gum graft. Tissue is taken from another place within your mouth, and the tissue is used to cover up the portion of the tooth where the gum is receding.
For more information about gum recession treatment, contact our experienced team at Parkway Dental Care right away. We will gladly answer your questions and help you choose the right gum treatment that is needed for your individual situation.