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What is Gum Disease?

Gum disease, also known as periodontitis or gingivitis, includes bleeding gums, sensitivity, pain and discolouration.

If you let your dental hygiene slip, you could end up with gum disease. You can dramatically reduce the risk of gum disease by keeping on top of brushing and flossing as part of your daily routine.

You should always get your gums checked regularly. You should especially book an appointment if you’re experiencing any of the mentioned symptoms.

Gum Disease Treatment in Windsor

You’ll find our practice sufficiently equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and technology to provide you with the best treatment possible. By arranging regular visits to our skilled hygienist, you never have to experience gum disease’s unpleasant symptoms.

Gingivitis and Periodontitis Treatment in Windsor

The gingiva is the part of your gum nearest the bottom of your tooth. When the gingiva becomes inflamed, this is called Gingivitis. Other symptoms of gingivitis include soreness, tenderness, bleeding, bad breath and receding gums.

Leaving it too late to have your gums treated properly can be dangerous as your teeth can lose their foundations, encouraging other health problems.

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Gum Disease FAQs

How can I prevent gum disease?

You can tackle and prevent mild gum disease by simply keeping up with an excellent oral hygiene routine, including brushing and flossing.

When should I see a dentist?

If you’re in any discomfort or pain with your gums, book an appointment straight away with us. We can check out any symptoms and have them treated by one of our dentists in no time.

Does gum disease go away?

With proper treatment, you can reverse gum disease’s effects and get your oral health back on track and your smile gleaming.