Are You Overlooking Symptoms Of Gum Disease?
Posted July 17, 2017 by Wager-Evans Dental
It would be a mistake to assume that a lack of tooth pain or sensitivity means your oral health is free of problems. For instance, a small cavity may need restorative dental care, but it may not be serious enough to cause you discomfort. Additionally, you may be ignoring symptoms of gum disease. If you are unfamiliar with the symptoms of gum disease, look for swelling or reddening of gum tissue. A recession of your gum line can also take place. Many people will start to notice something is wrong because they are more prone to bleed whenever they brush their teeth. If you see these signs, seek help. Without treatment, gum disease can become a serious issue for your oral health.
Your dentist can send you home with support against gum disease by providing you with a Perio Tray. A Perio Tray can be used to target infected tissue, and encourage recovery. Patients who use the tray can reverse gingivitis, and win back their oral health.
Preventive dental care from your dentist can ensure you are given relief for issues you might not even be aware of. A cavity forms on your enamel, and can grow without immediately drawing your attention. To stop decay sooner, go to regular checkups every six months with your dentist. They can spot decay as it is developing, and provide you with a dental filling to put an end to it. Because you also receive a dental cleaning, and helpful guidance, these appointments also make it easier to stay free of issues.
Are you showing signs of gum disease? At Wager-Evans Dental, you can have your condition examined, and you can be sent home with help in the form of a Perio Tray. Our office is dedicated to meeting your restorative, preventive, and cosmetic needs. Reno, NV office is proud to welcome residents from South Meadows, Double Diamond, Caughlin Ranch, Donner Springs, Meadowood, Sommersett, Arrow Creek, and all surrounding communities. To schedule a dental appointment, visit our office, or contact us today by calling (775) 800-4845.