The gingival is a protective tissue sitting on the bone around the teeth, acting as a blanket. And the gingival recession is the progress that the bone is dissolved downwards due to bacteria depending on tartars, poor veneers or gingival diseases of genetic origin and, thus the gingival recedes downwards.
Frequently Asked Questions About The Gingival Recession
What Is The Indication Of The Gingival Recession?
The most important indication of the gingival recession is the abnormalities occurring on the gums and, the bleeding. The gingival recession is a visible condition. When you look in mirror, you may understand if there is a gingival recession from the height of your gums and, the recessions on the areas where the teeth is in contact with the gums.
What Are The Reasons Of The Gingival Recessions?
These gingival recessions may be observed due to a wrong way of tooth brushing or gingival diseases of genetic origin or the existing gingival diseases.
What Are The Other Reasons Of The Gingival Recessions?
- Tartars and dental plaques on the teeth
- Inflammations occurring on the gums
- Effect of ageing
- Teeth gritting and teeth grinding when sleeping or during the day
- Distorted or disordered teeth
- Traumatic injuries occurring on the teeth
- Toothpicks or some needs frequently used to clean the gaps between the teeth
- Dental restorations poorly performed
What Is The Way To Cure The Gingival Recession?
Bacteria and tartars that cause the gingival recession is scaled from the below of the gums and cleaned accordingly. Scaling the exposed root surfaces and the tooth surfaces where bacteria and tartars are growing is a way to make the gums healthier and, ensure that they are properly attached to the root surface. This is the general purpose of all the treatment.