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Gum Disease Treatment in Bexleyheath, Kent

Undiagnosed and untreated gum disease is the main reason why patients loose their teeth but fortunately it’s preventable.

 

Here at Dental Beauty our specialist dentist can provide:

  • Treatment of periodontal disease (Disease affecting gum tissue and  bone)
  • Treatment of gingivitis (Inflamed or bleeding gums)
  • Cosmetic gum graft (To correct gum shrinkage)
  • Treatment of bad breath (halitosis)
  • Gum disease treatment around implants – Peri-implantitis
  • Correction of uneven gum line (crown lengthening)

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    Gum Disease FAQs

    How can I prevent gum disease?

    Good oral hygiene can prevent gum disease. Our hygienists and dentists will discuss with you the best way to maintain great oral health at home and advise you to attend regular check ups and hygiene appointments.

    What causes gum disease?

    Gum disease is caused by a build up of plaque, a film of bacteria which forms on the surface of the gum and teeth. Some of this bacteria is harmful and can be the cause of gum disease. By removing all the plaque from your teeth by brushing and flossing regularly, you reduce the chance of gum disease developing.

    What happens if gum disease is not treated?

    Gum disease can easily go unnoticed as it tend to progress painlessly however if left over a number of years, the bone supporting the teeth can be lost. Advanced gum disease can become more difficult to treat so it’s best to catch it early.

    How do I know if I have gum disease?

    A tell tale sign of gum disease is blood on the toothbrush or in the rinsing water when you clean your teeth. Your gums might also bbexleyheathd during eating and your breath may also become unpleasant.

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