Receding gums is an extremely serious condition that can eventually result in tooth loss because it will begin to eat away the bone surrounding your teeth. It is a bacterial infection that normally results due to poor oral hygiene. As an expert, periodontist Dr. Rahmani will thoroughly examine your gum tissue and identify the exact reason why your gum recession is occurring. He can assess the extent of the damage, including whether it has affected the underlying structures such as the connective tissues in between your gums and teeth and the bone surrounding your teeth and provide the most advanced treatments.

Dr Rahmani is a nationally recognized as America’s Top Periodontist, one of the best periodontal specialists in the region. He is an award winning periodontal specialist and contributor to a prominent media outlets. Dr. Rahmani provides a full range of periodontal procedures to treat gum recession. Our state of the art facility equipped with the most advanced periodontal equipment available in USA including latest lasers & high precision microscopes.

Gum Recession – Early Sign of Gum Disease

Gum recession is a common problem where the gum margin that should fit tightly around the tooth begins to pull away, exposing more of the crown of the tooth and even the tooth root.
Receding gums are often an early sign of gum disease, and as they recede they create pockets or gaps in between the teeth and the gums that provide the perfect conditions for disease causing plaque bacteria to thrive.

Untreated gum disease can destroy the structures supporting the teeth, ultimately resulting in tooth loss.

Receding Gums Symptoms
One of the gum recession problem sis that it happens quite gradually, and you may not notice anything is wrong until a tooth feels a little more sensitive than before, or perhaps it looks longer than it should. You may be able to feel a notch around the gum line.

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