At TrueCare Dentistry, our exceptional dentists utilize the latest technology, such as our revolutionary digital x-ray system, to detect and treat gum disease cases before it develops into a more serious issue.
WHAT CAUSES GUM DISEASE?
Gum disease is usually broken into two categories: gingivitis, or gum inflammation; and periodontitis, a general term used to describe gum disease. Oftentimes gingivitis precedes periodontitis, but this is not always the case.
These varying degrees of gum disease are usually caused by poor dental habits, smoking, hormonal changes or certain illnesses — such as diabetes — that put one at a higher risk of developing infections. Luckily, Dr. Patrick Lawrence is here to help!
TREATMENT FOR PATIENTS WITH GUM DISEASE
Noticing common symptoms of gum disease, such as a change in tissue color, bleeding, soreness, inflammation or separation of gums from tooth enamel? Contact TrueCare Dentistry in Cary at the first sign of discomfort or abnormal appearance of teeth and gums. Early prevention is essential in slowing down the progression of gum disease, which can undermine the health of not only your gum tissues, but also your teeth and jaw bones.
The best way to treat gum disease is by developing and maintaining proper dental care habits. You may also need to schedule more frequent appointments with Dr. Lawrence in order to restore the health and function of your gums with our special deep cleaning and plaque removal procedures.
LET OUR DENTISTS HELP RESTORE YOUR HEALTHY GUMS!
Reach out to TrueCare Dentistry today to learn more about periodontal disease. You can contact us by phone at (919) 859-1330 to set up an appointment for gum disease treatment or to arrange a comprehensive dental exam to determine if you are at risk for gingivitis or periodontitis.
TrueCare Dentistry offers treatment for gum disease and a variety of common dental problems, including cavities, teeth grinding and more. We proudly serve patients in Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham and surrounding areas.