You May Have Gum Recession
Do you feel like your teeth are becoming more sensitive or appear longer? These are common signs of receding gums. While this condition may not seem worrisome or simply a cosmetic issue, it can become severe over time and cause irreversible damage to your gum tissue and teeth. This is especially true if your gum recession is a result of aggressive tooth brushing, teeth grinding, crooked teeth, trauma, or genetics. It’s the main symptom of gum disease, too, so having our team evaluate your gums is important to the long-term health of your smile. Timely gum recession treatment can preserve the health of your natural teeth and restore healthier gum tissue that looks and functions properly. We offer traditional gum grafting and the minimally invasive Pinhole® Surgical Technique to treat gum recession in Beverly Hills, Northridge, and Thousand Oaks, CA. Our experienced periodontist and dentists are skilled in treating your receding gums and can ensure you’re getting the treatment you need to restore oral health and function.