Gum Disease Treatment in Sugar Land

Dental Xray of mouthTreating Gum Disease in Sugar Land

Thousands of Sugar Land residents carry a degenerative disease around with them in their mouths daily and fail to act by not seeking a Sugar Land dentist for treatment. The common name for gum disease or periodontal disease is Gingivitis. Toxins or poisons -- produced by the bacteria in plaque begins with bacterial growth in your mouth and may end with tooth decay and loss due to destruction of the tissue that surrounds your teeth. Bacteria breaks down the bone and tissue that hold teeth in place. As the disease progresses, the pockets deepen and gum tissue deteriorates.

In the early stages of gum disease, bacteria causes the gums to become inflamed bleed during tooth brushing. Gums get irritated, the teeth are still firmly planted in their sockets. Though you may not see severe symptoms of gum disease in the earlier stages it is highly recommended to visit your Sugar Land Dentist immediately to seek treatment so gum disease doesn't advance. 

What Are the Symptoms of Gum Disease?

Gum disease may progress slowly but it carries obvious signs in all stages even. The symptoms of periodontal disease often are subtle but the disease is not entirely without warning signs. The symptoms of gum disease include:

  •  Bleeding gums during and after tooth brushing
  •  Swollen gums
  •  Bad breath or bad tastes that persists in the mouth
  •  Receding gums
  •  Deep Pockets that form between teeth and gums
  •  Teeth that are loose and begin to shift

If you are concerned about developing gum disease, it is important to call Apollonia Dental to make sure that your Sugar Land dentist of choice carries your dental insurance and set an appointment

Located on Highway 6 South between the lights of Dulles and Frost Pass in the Colony Well Care Center, Apollonia Dental has convenient hours for your schedule and accepts most dental insurance. In addition to treating gum disease Apollonia Dental specializes in most dental issues and treatments like root canals, teeth cleaning, and invisalign. 

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