Gum Treatment

Dentist for gum treatment at dental clinic and practice in Victoria & Westminster, London SW1.

Signs of Gum Disease

AT our dental clinic we offer a general dental check-up, to realise whether you have gum disease that may point to whether your condition is in its propelled stages or not. Common signs of this gum disease you may experience are gums that bleed when eating, brushing, and flossing because they are swollen and sore. You may likewise see that your gums are subsiding. At the point when this happens, your teeth look longer. If you discover Injuries in your mouth or pus discharge from your gums, at that point chances are that you may have gum disease.


Type of Gum Diseases


The more drawn out plaque and tartar are on teeth, the more harmful they become. The bacteria cause irritation and inflammation of the gums that is called “gingivitis.” In gingivitis, the gums end up plainly red, swollen and can bleed effectively. Gingivitis is a mild type of gum disease that can be withdrawn with every day brushing and flossing, and normal cleaning by a dental practitioner or dental hygienist. This type of gum disease does exclude any loss of bone and tissue.


At the point when gingivitis is not treated, it can progress to “periodontitis” (which signifies “irritation, and inflammation around the tooth”). In periodontitis, gums pull far from the teeth and shape spaces (called “pockets”) that end up noticeably infected. The body’s immune system battles the bacteria as the plaque spreads and develops underneath the gum line. Bacterial toxins and the body’s reaction to infection begin to separate the bone and connective tissue that hold teeth. If not treated, the bones, gums, and tissue that help the teeth are damaged. The teeth may in the long run turn out to be free and must be extracted.

Early diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease are essential in keeping your teeth for life.

If you experienced any of the symptoms mentioned above, please call us immediately to setup an appointment with our dentist.

If you have any dental concerns, please call us here at the EGO Dental Clinic on 0207 222 5902 and we can answer them for you. Or, Feel free to Book an Appointment.