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Are your gums receding?

82% of Indians above the age of 65 years suffer from gum recession. Learn how to stop it.

Have you ever noticed your teeth to be growing? This isn’t just your imagination — it’s likely you’re suffering from receding gums! Left untreated, receding gums can often lead to serious oral health issues including:

  • Sensitive Tooth
  • Infection
  • Decay in Tooth
  • Pain in Tooth
  • Erosion of the roots of your teeth
  • Loose teeth
  • Missing teeth

We can help. Schedule an appointmentat our office and get treatment for your receding gums. Learn more below.

What is gum recession?

Healthy gums fit snugly around the visible part of your teeth. Gum recession is when the gums pull away or recede away from the teeth, exposing the roots below.

What causes gum recession?

Periodontal disease is the most common reason for gum recession. Also called gum disease, this dental health problem is caused when plaque and calculus build up along the gumline causing an infection. Without proper oral hygiene, the bacteria in the plaque will slowly eat away at your gums, causing them to recede.

Other causes of gum recession include incorrect brushing and flossing (for example, using the wrong toothbrush or too much force), tooth grinding and clenching, or wearing ill-fitting partial dentures.

Signs of gum recession

Longer appearing Teeth or shrinking Gums

Sensitive teeth

Localised dull Pain along the gumline

Loose teeth

Bad breath

Bleeding after brushing or flossing

Don’t ignore the signs! Left untreated, gum recession can lead to tooth loss.

How to stop receding gums?

The good news: Gum recession is easily treatable! Mild cases can often be treated by a professional deep cleaning. For more advanced cases, high-tech surgical or non-surgical procedures will restore your gums and health.

At our dental practise in Chandigarh, we’re proud to be one of the Dental offices in the area to provide the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique and Bone Augmentation for receding gums.

This minimally-invasive laser treatment is fast, comfortable. and effective.

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More questions? We can help.

Can receding gums grow back naturally?

On their own, receding gums will not grow back. However, thanks to advanced technology and techniques, there are treatments that can stop the problem from getting worse and reverse the issue.

How do you stop receding gums from getting worse?

At home, you should adopt careful dental hygiene habits. Brush at least twice a day and floss daily. Consult with your dental healthcare provider to learn what type of toothbrush and toothpaste is best for you. And make sure to get regular cleanings and exams. You may also benefit from a deep cleaning (scaling and root planing) or other preventive treatment.

Can receding gums be repaired without surgery?

Yes! Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation is a non-surgical method for treating gum recession. This treatment involves using a very small needle to gently loosen your gum tissue, moving it down over your exposed root structure.

How much does it cost to fix receding gums?

This will vary from person-to-person, depending on the severity of the issue and the recommended treatment. Keep in mind that the sooner you identify and treat the issue, the easier and more affordable the treatment options. At our offices, we’ll help you understand what costs are associated with your customized treatment plan. We also offer financing optionsto meet your needs.

Everyone was nice, professional and able to answer any questions I had. If you want people who are passionate and care about your oral health, look no further.

- Sonia

Get help for receding gums today.

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