Are you suffering from,
- Bad breath that won’t
- Red or swollen gums?
- Tender or bleeding
- Painful chewing?
- Loose teeth?
- Sensitive teeth?
- Receding gums or
longer appearing teeth?
Then you must
consider visit us for a checkup regarding the health of your gums. Our
specialists will examine your gums for the signs
of inflammation and will find the reason for the inflammation,
are the causes for gum diseases?
and form “tartar” that brushing doesn’t clean.
Only a professional cleaning by a dentist can remove tartar.
There are a number of risk factors for gum
smoking is the most significant. Smoking also can make treatment for gum
disease less successful. Other risk factors include
- Hormonal changes in
girls and women
- Medications that
lessen the flow of saliva
- Certain illnesses,
such as AIDS, and their medications;
What are the treatments for gum diseases?
The main goal of
treatment is to control the infection.
The number and types of treatment will vary, depending on the extent of the gum
Whatever the treatment it requires that the
patient to keep up good daily care at
- Brushing your teeth
twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste.
- Flossing regularly to remove plaque from between teeth.
Or, you can use a device such as a special brush, wooden or plastic pick, or a
“water flosser” recommended by our dental professionals.
- Visiting the dentist routinely for a check-up and professional
The dentist may also
suggest changing certain behaviors, such as
quit smoking, as a way to improve your treatment results. A person who is
ready to take care of his/her oral hygiene should be serious about it. And they
should develop a healthy habit.