Gum Recession Surgery

Gum Recession Treatment Options

Dr. Dhillon and Dr. Seddon offers several of the most effective gum recession prevention and treatment options, so you can restore your beautiful smile. Dr. Dhillon and Dr. Seddon may recommend:

  • Gum grafting
  • Periodontal therapy
  • Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST™)
  • Using a soft-bristled or electric toothbrush

Gum Recession Surgery in West Vancouver, BC

If you are noticing symptoms of gum disease, such as loose teeth, receding gums, or sensitive teeth, you should seek treatment with Dr. Dhillon and Dr. Seddon as soon as possible. One of signs of progressing gum disease is gum tissue that is pulling away from the tooth structure. If you have gum disease, you may also experience inflammation of the gums, gum pain, and some tooth sensitivity. Getting early treatment is essential for your oral health.

Importance of Treating Sensitive Teeth with the Right Gum Recession Treatment

If you have very sensitive teeth or notice your gums are pulling away, you should seek treatment as soon as possible. Dr. Dhillon and Dr. Seddon may recommend periodontal therapy or gum grafting to restore your oral health.

The treatment Dr. Dhillon and Dr. Seddon recommend for you will depend on the cause, which will be addressed during your initial oral evaluation. You can also learn how to take care of your oral health with the right tooth brushing techniques during your consultation. If gum disease is wearing down the gum tissue, Dr. Dhillon and Dr. Seddon may recommend scaling and root planing therapy or gum disease treatment to restore your oral health.

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