Bleeding gums may be a common condition, but that doesn’t mean you should just ignore it when it happens. Read our blog post for advice on when your should be concerned about bleeding gums.
Everyone loves how much noticeably cleaner their mouth looks and feels after a visit to the dentist. But a routine cleaning isn’t the deepest clean that we offer. If you are experiencing gingivitis, also known as gum disease, you may be a candidate for a deep cleaning to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Read our blog post for details!
As you get older, your smile changes. Common issues for older adults include gum disease, dry mouth, and worn enamel. Thankfully, missing teeth isn’t an inevitable part of getting older. Check out our blog post for ways to keep your smile in great shape as you age.
Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is one of the most widespread dental ailments. Although it has a wide variety of origins, the most basic cause is the proliferation of bacteria and decay under the gum line. Read our blog post to learn what role genetics can play in periodontal disease.
Do your gums bleed after you brush and floss your teeth? Bleeding gums is a common sign of gingivitis, or early stage gum disease. Read our blog post for a look at the signs and symptoms of gum disease, along with treatment options.
For a healthy smile, we recommend routine teeth cleanings and exams every six months. However, a regular cleaning isn’t always enough. If you have gum disease, a deep teeth cleaning treats the issue and prevents the disease from getting worse. Check out our blog post to learn about the signs of gum disease and how a deep cleaning can help.
Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. In its early stages, you might only notice mild symptoms. When it progresses, gum disease can have serious consequences. Read our blog post for everything you need to know about gum disease.
Gum disease is very common, but if untreated, it can have serious consequences. Read our blog post to learn about the potential health problems caused by gum disease.
You definitely don’t want to deal with gum disease. Aside from the inconvenience and discomfort it can cause you, it can actually lead to some pretty serious consequences not just for your dental health, but your overall wellness, too. Check out our blog post for a look at the most common symptoms of gum disease you should keep an eye out for.
Have you ever been doing your nighttime dental routine and decided to skip flossing? It may be tempting, but it’s an important step in your oral health care. Read our blog post where we explain why flossing is very necessary for a healthy and happy mouth.