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Treating Gingivitis in Denver

Our hygienist can help you get the treatment for gingivitis in Denver you need

We know that hearing you have gum disease or gingivitis can be somewhat alarming, but we are here to help you! Luckily, we can usually treat all levels of gum disease without surgery. Gum disease in Denver is the leading cause of tooth loss and is associated with other health issues, including diabetes and heart disease. This makes good oral hygiene significantly important. Our staff can help you eliminate gum disease with our top quality service and care, the easiest way possible. While treating gingivitis, or gum disease, our hygienist will use an ultrasonic scaler to gently scale, or remove, the tartar from each tooth. Next, we fine scale using hand instruments to ensure even the toughest deposits are removed, followed by a rubber cup polish and air polisher for removing stains. This process is called a deep cleaning, which is a different type of process than your regular scheduled dental cleanings. If you are experiencing any of the signs or symptoms of gum disease in Denver, call us at (303) 458-7051.
We know that hearing you have gum disease or gingivitis can be somewhat alarming, but we are here to help you! Luckily, we can usually treat all levels of gum disease without surgery. Gum disease in Denver is the leading cause of tooth loss and is associated with other health issues, including diabetes and heart disease. This makes good oral hygiene significantly important. Our staff can help you eliminate gum disease with our top quality service and care, the easiest way possible. While treating gingivitis, or gum disease, our hygienist will use an ultrasonic scaler to gently scale, or remove, the tartar from each tooth. Next, we fine scale using hand instruments to ensure even the toughest deposits are removed, followed by a rubber cup polish and air polisher for removing stains. This process is called a deep cleaning, which is a different type of process than your regular scheduled dental cleanings. If you are experiencing any of the signs or symptoms of gum disease in Denver, call us at (303) 458-7051.

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A deep cleaning can help reverse gum disease or gingivitis in Denver

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Gingivitis or Periodontal Disease?

Gingivitis in Denver has several warning signs, but some are undetectable

Knowing the signs of gingivitis or developing periodontal disease in Denver can help you restore your oral health or at least prevent it from getting worse. Gingivitis has several symptoms you should be aware of that may help you recognize it before its too late to reverse. If you have receding gums, bleeding gums, red gums and swollen gums these are all signs of developing gingivitis. If your gums are bleeding, that is a sign you should make your way to our office for a visit because your gums should never bleed. While red and swollen gums are a sign of irritation and infection, they could also be gingivitis in Denver as well as other oral health problems. One of the most common signs of gum disease is bad breath that is hard to get rid of. If you are having consistent problems with bad breath you could have gum disease without noticing any other symptoms. It is important to get these symptoms checked before the infection spreads to your bones and becomes periodontal disease. If you have any of these symptoms of gum disease in Denver, we recommend scheduling an examination right away so we can help. Call our team at Retro Dental Group for an appointment by phone at (303) 458-7051, or chat with us below.
Knowing the signs of gingivitis or developing periodontal disease in Denver can help you restore your oral health or at least prevent it from getting worse. Gingivitis has several symptoms you should be aware of that may help you recognize it before its too late to reverse. If you have receding gums, bleeding gums, red gums and swollen gums these are all signs of developing gingivitis. If your gums are bleeding, that is a sign you should make your way to our office for a visit because your gums should never bleed. While red and swollen gums are a sign of irritation and infection, they could also be gingivitis in Denver as well as other oral health problems. One of the most common signs of gum disease is bad breath that is hard to get rid of. If you are having consistent problems with bad breath you could have gum disease without noticing any other symptoms. It is important to get these symptoms checked before the infection spreads to your bones and becomes periodontal disease. If you have any of these symptoms of gum disease in Denver, we recommend scheduling an examination right away so we can help. Call our team at Retro Dental Group for an appointment by phone at (303) 458-7051, or chat with us below.
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"Reverse Your Gingivitis with a Deep Cleaning"

"Reverse Your Gingivitis with a Deep Cleaning"

Visiting the dentist twice a year can prevent gingivitis in Denver

"Gingivitis develops because of excess bacteria, plaque and tartar that inhabit the teeth and gums. Removing the bacteria, plaque and tartar by dental cleanings can help reverse it in the beginning, however, a deep cleaning may be necessary. A deep cleaning is used to reverse and treat gum disease if it cannot be solved by a few regular cleaning. A deep cleaning is a different process from a regular dental cleaning that focuses on one part of the mouth at a time. This process involves scaling and planing above and below the gum line to encourage the pockets created by gum disease to shrink. Our team will use regular dental cleanings, deep cleanings, medications and more to try to save your gums from periodontal disease in Denver."

"Gingivitis develops because of excess bacteria, plaque and tartar that inhabit the teeth and gums. Removing the bacteria, plaque and tartar by dental cleanings can help reverse it in the beginning, however, a deep cleaning may be necessary. A deep cleaning is used to reverse and treat gum disease if it cannot be solved by a few regular cleaning. A deep cleaning is a different process from a regular dental cleaning that focuses on one part of the mouth at a time. This process involves scaling and planing above and below the gum line to encourage the pockets created by gum disease to shrink. Our team will use regular dental cleanings, deep cleanings, medications and more to try to save your gums from periodontal disease in Denver."

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Registered Dental Hygienist
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