Do you have gum disease? Or are you developing gum problems gradually over time? All too often, we pay plenty of attention to tooth health but forget all about our gums - which are no less important to a healthy smile.
When your gum line begins to pull back, exposing underlying teeth to plaque, bacteria, and increased risk of decay, you need to act sooner rather than later to move it back into proper position.
You should never ignore the signs and symptoms of gum disease. Receding gum lines, painful chewing, routine bleeding while brushing and flossing, hypersensitive teeth, chronic bad breath, sores on the inside of your mouth, and other symptoms may point to gingivitis or even the more advanced stage of gum disease called periodontitis.
Laser periodontal treatment is by far the most advanced way to treat advanced periodontal disease. This method of treatment has been on the scene since 1994 - powering a quarter century of dental innovation.
Gum recession poses many risks to your oral health over the long term, and yet, it's not uncommon for those who are aware of ongoing gumline recession to delay getting treatment for years.