It’s normal for your gums to bleed a little bit while flossing, especially if it has been a while since you last flossed. But what if you’re experiencing bleeding despite maintaining a regular flossing regimen? Read our blog post for a look at why your gums may bleed.
Categories for Gum Health
Have you noticed that your gums bleed frequently when you brush your teeth? Or that they look redder or more swollen than usual? It’s possible that you have gum disease. Read our blog post to learn about painless solutions to remedy the situation.
Do you experience sensitivity when you drink a cup of hot coffee or when you bite into a popsicle? If so, you could be suffering from tooth sensitivity. Read our blog post where we explain what tooth sensitivity is, what causes it, tooth sensitivity remedies, and how you can prevent it.
If you have a smoking habit, chances are you’ve heard about the many negative impacts the habit can have on your health. While smoking’s impact on your teeth isn’t discussed as much, it can also have major repercussions on your oral health. Read our blog post where we talk about the effects of smoking on both the health of your teeth and the appearance of your smile, as well as share some strategies for mitigating the effects of smoking.
We provide preventive and restorative dental care because we want our patients’ teeth to be healthy and strong. Read our blog post to learn about preventing bone loss with your teeth.
Your gum health plays a large role in your overall wellness. When not cared for properly, your gums can become plagued with gum disease, causing tooth loss and an array of health problems. Read our blog post to learn what services we offer for healthy gums, including Arestin.
While neglecting your dental hygiene routine is the main cause of gum disease, your genetics play a role in your oral health as well. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease and find out if it is hereditary.