We focus a lot in our dental blog on gum disease – how to prevent it, how to spot it, and how to stop it.
But it’s not just because of the threat of tooth loss and the implications to your overall health.
It’s also because of the other dental problems you can face when periodontal infection damages your gum tissues.
Perhaps not as serious but certainly unpleasant, you could suffer from increased tooth sensitivity, decay, and cavities.
Watch Cathy’s testimonial to understand the kind of trouble gum recession can cause and what can happen when they’ve healed thanks to our advanced pinhole technique in Swedesboro, NJ!
If your teeth feel more sensitive lately or you’re experiencing any kind of pain in your mouth, you may need to show your gums some love!