“If Your Gums Are Swollen And Sore, Call The Plano Dentist”

Categories: Oral Health

Allen TX Residents No Longer Have To Live With Gum Disease

If you are a worried Plano resident experiencing inflamed gums or an aching tooth, you’re not alone.

About one third of U.S. adults are affected by tooth decay, according to the CDC, and gum disease plagues one in seven people age 35 to 40.1 Don’t ignore these symptoms, call The Plano Dentist today at (972) 468-8279 for immediate treatment.

At The Plano Dentist we take gum disease, sometimes called gingivitis, seriously because left untreated it can lead to loss of bone and tissue that support the teeth.

Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease. You will know you have it if your gums bleed easily and look red and swollen. If this condition is not reversed it can lead to periodontitis. With this condition your gums become loose and separate from the teeth forming cavities that can become infected. This can spread to the bone supporting the tooth. If this is damaged, the tooth can be lost. (If you have already lost a tooth to gum disease, ask us about dental implants.)

At The Plano Dentist we recommend daily brushing and flossing and regular dental cleanings to help combat gingivitis. Our team has been treating gum disease and other dental problems for Texas residents since 2005.

If you want your teeth to feel fresh and bright, come in for a cleaning and check-up. Don’t become a statistic, prevent gingivitis by treating your teeth and gums with the TLC they deserve. (After all, they work pretty hard for you day in and day out.)

My name is Dr. Kelly Kim and my team and I at The Plano Dentist offer quality general and cosmetic dental services including sedation dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and
restorative dentistry.

Take care of your beautiful smile by calling The Plano Dentist today. Because everyone deserves to smile!

Dr. Kelly Kim
The Plano Dentist
3115 W Parker Rd, Ste C538
Plano, Texas
75023
(972) 468-8279
https://www.theplanodentist.com/meet-the-dentist.php

1“Adult Oral Health,” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, http://www.cdc.gov/oralhealth/topics/adult.htm, accessed on January 7, 2012