If you take good care of your smile, you will be rewarded with healthy teeth and gums. However, if you are not participating in effectively cleaning and caring for your smile, you may be putting yourself at risk of developing problems such as periodontal disease. In addition to causing infections in the mouth, periodontal disease can also cause gum recession. East Brunswick, New Jersey, area patients who want to stop receding gums and restore their smile’s health and wellness will want to work with the team at Modern Dental Studio to undergo unique procedures designed to address this problem.
What is gum recession?
Our dentists at Modern Dental Studio describe gum recession as a condition in which the margin of the gum tissue around the teeth starts to recede or pull away from the tooth. Gum recession exposes more of the tooth, making it prone to decay and damage due to plaque buildup. If not addressed, this can cause significant oral health issues, such as tooth sensitivity and even tooth loss.
What can be done to stop receding gums?
The good news is that treatments are available for gum recession, including scaling and root planing (deep cleaning), from our dental professionals at Modern Dental Studio. This treatment removes tartar buildup below the gum line and helps reduce inflammation, allowing your gums to heal. In addition, Dr. Tripthi Shetty may use grafts of healthy tissue to cover exposed roots, but only if necessary.
Why should I choose Modern Dental Studio for periodontal care?
At Modern Dental Studio, we specialize in providing the best care for your oral health and will work with you to provide a treatment plan that works. We are dedicated to helping you keep your teeth healthy and beautiful, and we offer a wide range of services to do just that!
Schedule an appointment with our dentists to learn more about receding gums treatment!
If you have any questions or concerns about gum recession, please do not hesitate to contact our team at Modern Dental Studio at (732) 432-0123.
We can help answer any questions you may have and recommend treatments that can help restore your dental health.