Gum Treatment

What is gingival recession?

Gingival recession rather than a disease; It is the result of gum disease or improper brushing habits.
 

How do we know if there is gum recession?

As a result of gingival recession, the root surface tissue (cementum), which is under the enamel layer of the tooth and is covered with gums in healthy teeth, is exposed. This texture is more yellowish in color compared to enamel tissue, so it is easily distinguished.

Is there a treatment for gingival recession?

There are different treatments for gingival recessions. In the treatment of gingival recession, the cause of recession must first be determined. Depending on the amount of withdrawal, recessions can be treated with simple preventive methods or gum operations.
 

Why are gums recessed?

Gum disease called 'periodontitis' is the most common cause of gingival recession. Apart from this disease, wrong toothbrush preference or wrong brushing method also causes frequent complaints of gum recession.
 

Can gingival recession be prevented?

After the condition that causes gingival recession is eliminated, the progress of gingival recession can be stopped.
 

Can porcelain veneers be applied to teeth with gum disease?

Teeth with gingival recession can be easily coated following gingival treatments.

 

What should be done to have healthy gums?

Good oral hygiene is essential for a healthy gum. Factors such as smoking, diabetes (diabetes), having crooked teeth can facilitate the development of gum disease or increase the severity of the disease. For this reason, for a healthy gum; In addition to good oral hygiene, the patient should be under the control of the dentist regularly (at least every six months).

 

How long do gum treatments take?

It varies between one week and one month, depending on the treatment method.

 

Are gum treatments expensive?

If gingival recession is not treated, the dental treatment needs that will arise will always be higher than the cost of gum treatment.

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