Gum problems in early stages are generally painless. When it starts to hurt, that generally means the issue is getting advanced.
Fifty percent (yes, 50%) of the population has some signs of gum disease!
Whether the problem is
- bleeding on brushing or flossing
- sensitivity or loose teeth
- bad tastes or bad breath
- discomfort on chewing
it needs to be attended to – untreated, bone loss around the teeth, and inevitably tooth loss will occur.
Come and see our Hygienist or Oral Health Therapist – we will thoroughly asses your problems, provide comfortable and effective treatment, and the knowledge you need to keep yourself in good shape in between maintenance visits.
Don’t ignore this! You will have very serious long term issues without continuing care.
Gum disease is linked to numerous other health concerns – heart disease, Alzheimers, aggravates diabetes, associated with low birth weight and premature births are just a few of the issues made worse by gum disease.
We have dedicated dental team whose primary concern is your welfare and health.
You are in good hands. Book your next appointment online now.