Receding gums should not be ignored because they are the most major warning sign of gum disease. If you notice that your gums are receding it would be best advised that you make an appointment with a periodontist to get your mouth fully examined by a trained professional. Also, if you have noticed that your gums are receding it’s important to know the reasons why this receding gums issue is occurring:
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Once gum disease has advanced far enough, simply brushing and flossing isn’t enough to get back under control. Whether laser gum therapy or conventional means, your periodontist, a dentist specializing in gum disease therapy, will work to preserve and regenerate healthy tissue by removing diseased tissue.
Treating gum recession may be easier than you think. If you've noticed a change in your smile recently, talk to your periodontist and stop receding gums in their tracks!
Gum recession doesn't happen over night, so it may be easy to ignore. Here are some compelling reasons that may be a bad idea.
Gum recession doesn't just affect how your smile looks. Keep reading to learn why you should never wait too long to get the treatment you need!
Gum recession is a common condition that can happen so gradually, you may not realize you are affected! Drs. Saunders and Dr. Dickson help you recognize the common symptoms and causes.
The winter months can be tough on your teeth just like the rest of your body. Continue reading for suggestions on how to overcome sensitive teeth this winter season.
For non-invasive treatment of receding gums in Harrisonburg and Winchester, VA, you can trust the specialists at Shenandoah Valley Implant Institute. Dr. Steven Saunders, Dr. Jeff Dickson, and Dr. Victor Saunders are all highly trained to provide the most innovative techniques.
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