4 Signs You Need to See a Periodontist

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A periodontist specialises in the treatment of disorders of the gum tissue. This article will explore some of the signs that it might be time for you to book an appointment with a periodontist. Read on to find out everything you need to know. Bleeding gums If you experience red or inflamed gums which bleed on a regular basis, this could indicate you have gum disease. If they bleed for longer than a week or so, you should talk to a dentist and get an x-ray to make sure there is not a problem.

23 November 2020

5 Reasons Dentist Recommend Invisalign

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Misaligned teeth can affect your oral health in many ways. Crooked teeth are difficult to clean and contribute to periodontal disease. This damages both the gum and the bone and could also result in tooth loss. One effective solution that dentists recommend is Invisalign. While this procedure benefits your overall general health, not many people are sure this is the right choice. If you are faced with many options, here are five reasons Invisalign stands out.

7 October 2020

Understanding Emergency Dentists

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There is a difference between standard dental services and emergency dental services. Here's what you need to know to understand the difference between standard and emergency dentists and dental services: What Is an Emergency Dental Case? To understand emergency dental services, you first need to know the meaning of an emergency dental situation. If you are experiencing severe pain, bleeding or swelling around your gums and teeth, especially from an injury caused by an accident or impact from a sport, it can be classified as a major dental emergency case.

11 August 2020

3 Simple Ways You May Use at Home to Prevent Bleeding Gums

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Your gums shouldn't bleed during or after you have brushed your teeth, but if they do, you shouldn't worry much since it's a problem a dentist could help you prevent. Though you may not take those bleeding gums seriously because they aren't painful, they could indicate a severe oral problem like gum disease. You may not mind not knowing why your gums bled, especially if this just happened once, but if they bleed every morning, you should see a dentist to help identify the cause and help you treat the condition.

27 April 2020