Importance of Gum Recession Treatment

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Treating Gum Recession

For many, recession can be a symptom of a greater, underlying dental issue. Some of the key reasons to treat gum recession early on include:

  • May reduce the risk of loose teeth
  • Reduces pain and discomfort associated with inflammation of the gum tissue
  • Reduces tooth sensitivity
  • Restores a healthy looking smile
  • May reduce the risk of gum disease and other oral health problems

Recession Treatment Options

In order to restore your oral health, you will need to seek professional treatment with Arkansas Periodontal and Implant Associates in Arkansas for receding gums. 

Recession can cause a variety of oral health problems and should be treated early. Gum recession treatment and prevention options include:

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Receding Gum Surgery in Arkansas

Receding Gums Surgery in Arkansas

Many patients with sensitive teeth and receding gums are at risk for losing their teeth in the future. If you are noticing any signs of gum disease, such as inflamed gums, sensitive teeth, or loose teeth in Arkansas, schedule an appointment with Dr. Pierce Osborne, Dr. Michael Curry, and Dr. Wes Shelton as soon as possible. Some of the reasons to seek early treatment include:

  • Reduce the risk of teeth falling out 
  • Eliminate discomfort or pain from inflamed gums
  • Reduce the risk of root decay and damage
  • Maintain a healthy smile
  • Reduce tooth sensitivity
You may need professional treatment to restore your oral health after gum recession. Some gum recession treatment options include:

  • Gum grafting procedures
  • The Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST™)
  • Periodontal therapy

If you think you may be at risk for losing your teeth or already have receding gums, you must schedule an appointment with one of our doctors as soon as possible. Shifting teeth, receding gums, and sensitive teeth are some of the common symptoms of gum disease and must be treated as soon as they are detected. Leaving the early stages of gum disease untreated can lead to loss of bone and supporting structures of the teeth and eventual tooth loss.

Importance of Treating Receding Gums Early

If you notice your gums are pulling away from the teeth or your teeth have become more sensitive, treatment can help. Neglecting to seek treatment may increase your risk of losing your teeth. Our doctors will determine the best method of treatment to restore your oral health. We can determine whether you are a good candidate for gum disease treatment and other therapies during your consultation. We will work with you to ensure you are not causing any unnecessary damage to the gums.

Prevent gum disease, gum recession, and tooth loss so that you can maintain your beautiful smile in Arkansas! Schedule your appointment with Dr. Osborne, Dr. Curry, or Dr. Shelton today.

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2001 Green Acres Rd
Fayetteville, AR 72703
New Patients: (479) 316-4811
Current Patients: (479) 521-6400

Rogers Office

300 South Metro Pkwy
Rogers, AR 72758
New Patients: 479-326-7951
Current Patients: 479-636-8800

Fort Smith Office

3800 Rogers Ave #3
Fort Smith, AR 72903
New Patients: 479-689-4474
Current Patients: 479-785-4848

Harrison Office

1405 McCoy Dr
Harrison, AR 72601
New Patients: 855-781-5178
Current Patients: 866-521-6400

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