• Treatment for Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a number of reasons, including improper use of a toothbrush, using a brush with hard bristles. trauma, and orthodontics.  Some types of recession require treatment; others can be monitored. There are several periodontal plastic surgery procedures that can be used to repair gum recession.  For example, as people age, gums may recede, causing the patient to look older—“long in the tooth.”  Connective tissue grafts are used to cover part of the tooth surface and provide an esthetically pleasing result.

    Do you have more questions about this? Please contact our office to speak to one our professionals.
  • Treatment for Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a number of reasons, including improper use of a toothbrush, using a brush with hard bristles. trauma, and orthodontics.  Some types of recession require treatment; others can be monitored. There are several periodontal plastic surgery procedures that can be used to repair gum recession.  For example, as people age, gums may recede, causing the patient to look older—“long in the tooth.”  Connective tissue grafts are used to cover part of the tooth surface and provide an esthetically pleasing result.

    Do you have more questions about this? Please contact our office to speak to one our professionals.
  • Treatment for Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a number of reasons, including improper use of a toothbrush, using a brush with hard bristles. trauma, and orthodontics.  Some types of recession require treatment; others can be monitored. There are several periodontal plastic surgery procedures that can be used to repair gum recession.  For example, as people age, gums may recede, causing the patient to look older—“long in the tooth.”  Connective tissue grafts are used to cover part of the tooth surface and provide an esthetically pleasing result.

    Do you have more questions about this? Please contact our office to speak to one our professionals.
  • Treatment for Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a number of reasons, including improper use of a toothbrush, using a brush with hard bristles. trauma, and orthodontics.  Some types of recession require treatment; others can be monitored. There are several periodontal plastic surgery procedures that can be used to repair gum recession.  For example, as people age, gums may recede, causing the patient to look older—“long in the tooth.”  Connective tissue grafts are used to cover part of the tooth surface and provide an esthetically pleasing result.

    Do you have more questions about this? Please contact our office to speak to one our professionals.
  • Treatment for Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a number of reasons, including improper use of a toothbrush, using a brush with hard bristles. trauma, and orthodontics.  Some types of recession require treatment; others can be monitored. There are several periodontal plastic surgery procedures that can be used to repair gum recession.  For example, as people age, gums may recede, causing the patient to look older—“long in the tooth.”  Connective tissue grafts are used to cover part of the tooth surface and provide an esthetically pleasing result.

    Do you have more questions about this? Please contact our office to speak to one our professionals.
  • Treatment for Gum Recession

    Gums can recede for a number of reasons, including improper use of a toothbrush, using a brush with hard bristles. trauma, and orthodontics.  Some types of recession require treatment; others can be monitored. There are several periodontal plastic surgery procedures that can be used to repair gum recession.  For example, as people age, gums may recede, causing the patient to look older—“long in the tooth.”  Connective tissue grafts are used to cover part of the tooth surface and provide an esthetically pleasing result.

    Do you have more questions about this? Please contact our office to speak to one our professionals.