Many people aware the problems that can plague their teeth, such as cavities or periodontal disease. Adequate dental hygiene extends beyond your teeth, thus, your gum health shouldn't neglected. Hundreds of thousands of people are suffering from a . Not only can this painful condition lead to irritation, it can also cause considerable loss of the teeth.
If you have a sensitive teeth problem, you might want to schedule an appointment to examine your gums. At Shenandoah Valley Implant Institute our expert dental team can help you if you're in need of treatment for gum recession in the Harrisonburg and Winchester, VA area.Dr. Saunders has decades of experience helping patients recover their smiles and improving their gum's wellbeing. Dr. Saunders and his team can treat this frustrating oral problem with the groundbreaking Chao Pinhole ® Surgical Technique.
Symptoms to Look Out For
If you watch for some of the typical symptoms, gum recession can be stopped early in its tracks fast. Whenever you experience bleeding when brushing or flossing, it can be a warning sign that you might be at risk of receding gums.
You might also feel pain and soreness in your gums. If your gums continue to recede, you could also develop bad breath. You will notice the bottom of your teeth becoming more noticeable when you look at your mouth. Your teeth may even to feel as this condition progresses.
Minimally Invasive Treatment
The good news is that with the minimally invasive PST , Dr. Steven Saunders reverse this disease. This treatment will help your mouth to become again by making a small incision within your gum line. You will quickly return to your regular routine shortly after your surgery at which point your mouth should begin to heal.
Contact our offices in Harrisonburg and Winchester, VA more about the PST and our other gum treatment options.
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