Treating Gum Recession

For many, recession can be a symptom of a greater, underlying dental issue. Some of the key reasons to treat gum recession early on include:

  • May reduce the risk of loose teeth
  • Reduces pain and discomfort associated with inflammation of the gum tissue
  • Reduces tooth sensitivity
  • Restores a healthy looking smile
  • May reduce the risk of gum disease and other oral health problems

Stop the Pain of Sensitive Teeth in Laurel, MD

Gum recession should never be ignored. It is generally a symptom of a larger problem and can increase the risk of developing other dental issues such as tooth sensitivity, tooth loss, and decay. If you have gum pain and sensitive teeth in Laurel, MD, contact our office to schedule your consultation with Laurel Laser Dentistry . Gum recession should be treated as soon as possible for the following reasons:

  • Improves your appearance
  • Reduces the risk of gum disease and tooth decay
  • Decreases tooth sensitivity and gum pain
  • May minimize the risk of loose teeth and bone loss caused by gum disease

Gum Recession Treatment Can Alleviate Sensitive Teeth in Laurel, MD

Gum recession is most commonly associated with gum disease, an infection of the gum tissue caused by the bacteria that naturally inhabit the mouth. Once infected, the gum tissue pulls away from the tooth surface and gradually erodes.

Recession of the gums can age you, making you appear older than you actually are. It can also be accompanied by symptoms including gum pain and inflammation as well as tooth sensitivity. Restoring the natural barrier provided by your gum tissue can correct these symptoms while giving you a healthier, younger looking smile.

Treatment for Gum Recession Can Ease Gum Pain

Before gum recession can be addressed, the underlying issue must be treated. For gum disease, we may recommend localized antibiotic therapy, BIOLASE laser treatment, or scaling and root planing to recover the health of your gums. Without treatment, this progressive disease can result in the loss of bone and teeth.

If you have receding gum tissues, contact Laurel Laser Dentistry in Laurel, MD today. We can provide a consultation to determine if treatment is necessary for your unique situation.

About Us

Everyone's ideal smile is different. At Laurel Laser Dentistry, our doctors will discover your preferences and take your whole appearance into consideration. We can then provide you not only with an attractive smile but the one that suits you best.

Contact Us

Laurel Laser Dentistry - Dr. Gita Tajick 
9101 Cherry Lane, Suite 202
Laurel, MD 20708
Office phone: (301) 776-3300

Office Hours

Monday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Friday: 8:30am - 1:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed