Do You Need Periodontal Treatment? 4 Signs You Might Have Gum Disease

Contrary to popular belief, oral health doesn’t end with your teeth. The health of your gums plays a large role towards achieving optimal oral health. After all, your gums are the structure that anchors a tooth in place. If your gums succumb to periodontal disease, there is a risk of your teeth falling out.

Fortunately, proper oral hygiene and your routine twice-a-year visit to your dentist can be enough to keep gum disease at bay. Additionally, early periodontal treatment in Temecula, CA, can prevent the development of periodontal disease. The key word there, of course, is “early”. With that in mind, make sure you set an appointment with your dentist if you notice any of the following signs of gum disease:

Bleeding Gums

As bacteria begin to accumulate underneath the gum line, your gums will become inflamed. This can cause your gums to bleed when brushing or flossing your teeth.


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