Gum Recession Treatment

Restore Your Gumline & Smile
  • Improve your gum health with our solutions
  • Smile without a moment’s hesitation
  • Schedule a $50 consultation

Preserve Your Smile With Gum Recession Treatment in Lubbock

Stats Image Half of adults up to age 64 have gum recession. Source.
If you have healed from the more advanced stages of gum disease, you’ve probably noticed your gums receding in the area of infection. In order to replenish your gumline, you’ll need gum recession treatment in Lubbock. We use proven techniques to correct this issue, so you can:

  • Avoid further gum recession or bone loss
  • Cover exposed tooth roots to prevent decay
  • Stop the pain of sensitive teeth and gums
  • Practice good oral hygiene without discomfort
  • Feel confident about your smile’s appearance

Give us a call at 806-507-6906 for an affordable consultation. For only $50, your dentist will examine you and discuss your treatment options. With any radiographs needed to properly diagnose and discuss treatment options included, the value of this consultation is up to $500.

Repair Your Gumline for Better Oral Health

In addition to being the result of gum disease, other factors can cause you to face gum loss. It may be a result of age, trauma to your mouth, hard brushing techniques, a misaligned bite, and even mouth piercings. What matters is, you are getting treatment to restore your healthy gumline. Left untreated, you are prone to another periodontal infection. With gums so close to the tooth roots, your gums have more “pockets” where bacteria can hide. As a result, you risk more serious issues like gum or bone loss.

To strengthen your gum health, we can perform a procedure that restores the gums you’ve lost using donated gum tissue. We use the latest gum grafting method, which produces better results than more traditional techniques.

You’ll experience many benefits from this innovative method, such as:

  • Fewer surgical procedures since you are using donated gum tissue
  • A healthier and more natural-looking gumline
  • Faster healing time than other gum recession treatments

Our periodontist can perform a more conventional gum grafting procedure if you’re not a good candidate for this treatment. Either way, your smile will be better than ever following treatment.

We’ll use a local anesthetic to numb your gums. You can also receive sedation to ease your nerves if you are nervous about your treatment. Cozy amenities like pillows and blankets also help you feel right at home in our private treatment rooms.

Gain healthy pink gums again with our gum recession treatment in Lubbock. Call 806-507-6906 for an appointment. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Gum Recession Treatment

Can gum recession be treated?

Yes. If it looks like your gums are pulling back from your teeth, or your teeth seem longer than they used to, we can perform a safe and effective gum recession treatment that can reduce your risk for further oral health problems such as tooth or bone loss. We’ll go over your options and discuss the specifics of this procedure during your consultation appointment.

Is gum recession treatment painful?

We take steps to keep you free from pain during your gum recession treatment. Using local anesthesia and dental sedation if desired, we can block your pain as Dr. Everett works. You may experience some discomfort during your recovery, but we will advise you on steps you can take to minimize your discomfort during this time.

How much does gum recession treatment cost?

Your exact cost for gum recession treatment can vary. In order to give you an accurate price, we would need you to come in for an initial evaluation so we can examine your gums. Then we can work up a treatment plan giving you options and the costs involved, so you can decide what’s best for your situation.

What causes gum disease?

Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is an infection caused by bacteria in your mouth. Bacteria form a clear, sticky film called plaque that builds up around your gumline, leading to inflamed and infected gums. Left untreated, the infection causes your gums to separate from teeth, creating “pockets” where more bacteria accumulate. In advanced stages of gum disease, the infection spreads from your gums to the bone that supports your teeth. Your teeth will loosen and possibly fall out.

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