Bleeding gums are one of the most common signs of dental disease. Our dental health programme will address this problem as tartar is removed and you are shown how to care for your mouth effectively.
Gum disease can eat away at the bone that supports your teeth loosening them. Effective treatments help you keep your teeth for as long as possible and avoid the eating and appearance problems (longer, crooked or spaced teeth; red swollen receded bleeding gums and bad breath) that can be associated with serious gum problems.
Gum recession is not inevitable as you get older. We determine the cause of the gum recession and then in many cases we can graft new gum on to stop the tooth looking long and feeling sensitive. Some dips in the gum can also be plumped out with this method.