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Causes and Treatments for Gum Recession in Wayne, NJ

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BY Fine Dental Care

Most people don’t know the early signs and symptoms of gum recession until they see visible changes in the gums. Gum recession can develop into severe gum disease like gingivitis and periodontitis which can lead to tooth loss.

Gum recession is a common dental issue wherein the surrounding gum tissue of the teeth pulls away and expose the roots of the tooth. Here at Fine Dental Care, we offer varieties of procedure to treat patients suffering from receding gums.

Causes of Gum Recession

  • Aggressive Brushing and Flossing

Brushing using a hard toothbrush and improper flossing can injure the gums and damage the teeth.

  • Teeth Grinding and Clenching

The force triggered by excessive grinding and clenching causes flexing of teeth’s neck, thus resulting the gums to pull away and can create an incision to the teeth’s neck.

  • Gum Disease

Untreated gum infection can lead to the formation of pocket’s of bacteria build-up around the teeth, and the tissues surround the teeth wears away which can cause tooth loss.

  • Improper teeth Positioning

Abnormal teeth positioning can cause gum recession.

  • Genes

Gum recession can be hereditary, and the patient may not have any of the condition mentioned above, they can obtain gum recession if either or both parents has gum disease or gum recession.

Symptoms of Gum Recession

  • Swollen and tender gums
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Gums that moves away from the tooth
  • Constant bad breath or bad taste in the mouth
  • Loose teeth
  • Visible pus around the teeth and gums

Treatment for Gum Recession

  • Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation

This type of surgery is minimally invasive; it does not require incision and stitches. This procedure position flaps to guide bone regeneration and alter gum recession with immediate, and predictable results.

  • Gum grafting

This procedure includes taking a part of gum tissue from the roof of the mouth or a cadaver and stitching it over the exposed root. It requires significant recovery time, and the patient may experience pain which gradually wears out through healing process.

Gum recession can be prevented and treated with proper treatment and regular visit to the dentist

Do you think you are suffering from gum recession? Fine Dental Care is happy to serve you! Avail of our Gum Rejuvenation Services in Wayne.

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