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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Gum Disease Treatment

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Gum Disease Treatment

Gum disease can have a lasting effect and a negative impact on your dental health, along with gum disease in Nederland txyour general well-being. Preventive dentistry is critical in preventing long-term tooth and bone loss that gum disease can result in. Patients in Nederland, TX, benefit from routine check-ups to ensure that gum disease does not burden their oral health. Chronic gum disease can contribute to health issues like heart, arthritic, and respiratory disease.  

At Nederland Family Dental, we provide our patients with the diagnostic and treatment tools they need to beat any gum infection. When it comes to dental health, it's always easier to prevent issues from springing up than it is to heal a deep-seated infection.

Fight Gum Disease with Routine Dental Check-Ups

Routine dental check-ups and professional cleanings are the first steps in preventing gum disease along with tooth decay and other common oral health issues. During your dental cleaning, our trained dental hygienists take their time in professionally removing any plaque and tartar build-up that regular brushing and flossing cannot reach. 

During your dental check-up, we can visually inspect your gums for swelling and bleeding, and address any problems before they become costly to treat. We are always happy to demonstrate proper brushing and flossing techniques to ensure you get the most from your at-home oral health care. 

The more often you see us, the more likely you are in preventing bone loss, gum swelling, tooth loss, and general health issues. If it has been a while since your last teeth cleaning, do not hesitate to call our lovely dental staff! Please call our Nederland dental office today so we can schedule your dental exam. 

 

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