Hygiene And Gum Treatment
Although daily brushing and flossing keep your teeth clean, we still recommend for you to have it professionally done by us at least every six months since we have the tools that should be able to clean those areas that the toothbrush can’t.
Bleeding of the gums is usually one of the first signs that your gums are not as healthy as they should be. Other signs are swelling, tenderness, and redness. When you start noticing that your teeth are “getting longer”, chances are that your gums are receding, and what you are seeing are actually the roots of your teeth slowly becoming exposed. Before problems get any worse, give us a call so that we can plan an appropriate treatment for you.