Category: Gum Disease

Maintaining Healthy Gums

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Taking care of your oral health includes focusing on your gums as well as your teeth. Your gingival tissues provide critical protection against oral bacteria and provide the connective link between your teeth and jaw. While reversible in its first stage, gingivitis, an infection of your gums becomes permanent once it reaches your jawbone. For… Read more »

Promoting Your Gum Health

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Maintaining a healthy smile requires focusing on your gums in addition to your teeth. Your gums can be just as important as they create a seal between your jaw and teeth to secure your smile in place. Because this tissue prevents oral bacteria from entering your jaw and causing an infection, preventing the gums from… Read more »

Maintaining Strong Gum Health

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When it comes to promoting healthy smiles, the health of your gums can be as important as that of your teeth. Your gingival tissues provide the vital connection between your jawbone and your teeth to hold them securely in place. When your gums are healthy, they also provide an important seal against oral bacteria from… Read more »

How We Support Healthy Gums

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Maintaining a healthy smile means focusing on your gums as well as your teeth. This is because your gums provide the important connection that holds your teeth in place and seals your jawbone from external threats. When you perform your daily brushing and flossing routine, the removal of bacterial plaque that leads to tooth decay… Read more »

The Importance Of Healthy Gums

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When it comes to oral health, your gums play a vital role in securing your smile. By practicing your hygiene routine each day, the same behaviors that clean your teeth help keep your gums free from disease. Using your toothbrush and floss to clean the deposits of plaque that cause tooth decay also protects your… Read more »

Healthy Habits To Support Your Gums

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When you practice rigorous daily oral hygiene, you support all the tissues of your mouth in addition to your teeth! While cleaning plaque from the surface of your teeth helps you fight cavities that form from decay, these habits help you maintain healthy gums. This is because the same bacterial deposits that lead to the… Read more »

Preventing And Treating Gum Disease

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Practicing robust oral hygiene does more than protect your teeth from the onset of decay. The same behaviors that remove the source of cavity formation protect your gums from infection. When you brush and floss each day, bacterial deposits that can infect your gingival tissues present much less of a threat. Through regular visitation to… Read more »

Protecting The Health Of Your Gums

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When you practice healthy daily oral hygiene habits, you can prevent more than just the onset of tooth decay. Brushing and flossing your teeth removes the food and bacterial deposits that also contribute to possible infection of your gums. By regularly attending dental visits, we can protect the health of your gums with routine cleaning… Read more »

Treatments To Address Gum Disease

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Maintaining your oral health goes beyond preventing cavities from taking hold. Regularly visiting your dentist allows us to evaluate the health of your gums as well when performing a routine cleaning. If we detect problems with your periodontal health, we can provide treatment to prevent the progression of gum disease. When caught early at its… Read more »

Healthy Habits Make Strong Gums

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Preventing the infection of your gums is an important benefit of adopting a rigorous daily oral health routine. Gum disease affects almost half of all adults across their lifetime and can cause many problems of which you may not be aware. Practicing regular brushing and attentive flossing techniques greatly reduces the threat of infection brought… Read more »