Benefits of taking oral check-ups

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Benefits of taking oral check-ups

Posted By dentist diary     Jan 27    


Gingival recession is a progressive condition where the gum tissue pulls away from the tooth. When this happens, the teeth appear longer, and pockets form around them, which encourage the build-up of bacteria that cause gum disease, and you may notice this.


Many patients may have symptoms such as swelling, redness, tenderness or pain, and bleeding or pus around the gums or between the teeth. As the gums recede, the root is exposed, which contains susceptible nerves, which usually make the teeth more sensitive. The discomfort of receding gums can be caused by irritation, infection or inflammation, depending on the cause. Gum recession can be remedied with the right procedures, and professional dentistry can restore the tissue's lost appearance and function.


How to stop receding gums from getting worse?



Vigorous brushing can lead to a receding gum line over time. Using a toothbrush with medium or hard bristles, putting too much pressure on the gum line or using an electric toothbrush with a rotating head can lead to gum recession in the long term. It is recommended to reduce the pressure while brushing. In addition, the ideal brushing should be done in smooth circles or outside and inside of the teeth.


Can Receding Gums Grow Back?


Rubber recession can be reversed depending on the cause. If the gums have receded because the teeth become wider after orthodontic treatment, Receding Gums Grow Back can be reversed by moving the teeth back into the gum shell.


The same applies to sore gums that have become inflamed due to plaque build-up. When the gums are in the early stages of periodontal disease and have a slight recession due to plaque, they often return to normal after a deep cleaning.But you should also know that depression of the gums is a spectrum. When a significant amount of gum or bone is lost, the point of no return comes by itself.


How to repair receding gums





  • Adhesions: the loss of the gum around the tooth exposes the tooth root. This has negative consequences. The roots of the teeth are often light brown rather than white like enamel and are sensitive to temperature and touch. Alternatively, the dentist can polish the exposed root to make it look like enamel and protect it from heat. The bonding process is similar to placing a white composite filling. So if you've made stuffing before, the process is pretty much the same. There is little or no recovery with this procedure, and no time off is required.


  • Flap surgery. If the cause of the recession is bacteria, hard-to-reach bacteria are often under the gums. In this case, flap surgery may be recommended to restore receding gums. The dentist makes a small incision around the tooth, lifts the gum tissue, cleans underneath and puts the tissue back in the best position for future cleanings around the tooth.


  • Rubber implants. When asked if receding gums can grow back, a gum transplant is the closest treatment to reversing gum loss. During a gum transplant, the dentist surgically takes gum tissue (or tissue from a donor) around the area where the gums have receded. The recovery time for this procedure is approximately 3 to 4 painful days.