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Receding Gums

We don’t mean to alarm you, but receding gums can be a sign of gingivitis. Not treating gingivitis and receding gums can lead to serious oral complications. If you are experiencing receding, bleeding, or swollen gums, it’s important you come to see us for a thorough checkup. Solis Dental provides receding gums treatment in our Hutto, TX office. 

Your gums are vital to the integrity of your mouth; they support your teeth and provide needed nourishment. We often see gum recession happen when tartar and plaque build up. 

The bacteria found in the build up causes your gum tissue to break down. As gum recession progresses, the support your gums provide decreases. This can lead to teeth falling out and other unwanted complications. 

Stop Swollen & Bleeding Gums

There’s a high probability that swelling and bleeding from the gums are caused by gum disease. Also known as gingivitis, gum disease is caused by poor oral hygiene and not visiting the dentist regularly. It’s important to visit your extended family here at Solis Dental, so we can get you the relief you deserve. 

In cases where gum swelling, recession, or bleeding are common, a deep cleaning is needed. All the pesky plaque and bacteria will be removed, allowing for relief. Our experienced dental staff will make sure to thoroughly inspect your mouth before and after treatment to ensure success. With improved oral hygiene habits and thorough cleaning, your gums will begin to heal. 

If you are noticing gum recession or consistent bleeding and swelling, it’s time to come see us at Solis Dental. Our caring staff is ready to receive you at our Hutto, Texas, dental practice. Contact us to schedule an appointment.

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