As plaque and tartar build-up, it can start to spread to the gums and cause issues. It starts with gingivitis, a reversible ailment that affects the gums, but can get worse until it becomes gum disease. Ready to get your gum disease under control?
Ensuring that you visit a dentist in Saskatoon for your regular dental exams can help your dentist see the progression of your gum health. When treating gum diseases, your dentist will inspect your gums and teeth and establish a plan for treatment depending on the severity.
Think that you may benefit from gum treatment in Saskatoon, SK? For early stage gingivitis and gum disease, it can be as simple as reinforcing your daily oral hygiene routine and having your dentist conduct a deep cleaning around the gums. For more advanced gum disease, root planing and scaling can be used to clean the roots of the tooth and make it harder for bacteria to adhere to it.
If left untreated, gum disease can eventually lead to the gums receding, loosening teeth and the potential for the teeth to fall out. Self-checking your gums is important since treatments are more effective when they are performed in the early stages of gum disease. Always let your dentist know if you experience or notice the following:
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I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Dr. Adam Stenerson. To give you a little background about myself, I was born and raised in the Sonningdale, Saskatchewan area, where my parents live and farm to this day. After graduating high school, I attended the University of Saskatchewan where I completed a Bachelor of Science in Physiology degree (2009) followed by a Doctorate in Dental Medicine (DMD) in 2013.