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Topic Title: Gum recession
Created On: 02/20/2016 01:26 AM
 
 07/27/2016 08:24 PM

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varana

<p>&#160;If you do need treatment, your dentist will work with a periodontist, a gum specialist, to decide on the best course of action. Along with helping you change the habits that caused the gum recession, your dentist will determine whether you would benefit from a special, deeper cleaning called a scaling and root planing. This is frequently the solution when your gum recession is caused by periodontitis. You'll also receive a new toothbrush and instructions in how best to care for your mouth to help it recover.</p>
 02/20/2016 01:26 AM

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mirta

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Hey guys, I am 53 years old. I have an intense tooth sensitivity to cold and sweet food items. This sensitivity had started before 2 years. But now it is intolerable. My <a herf=”http://cityoasis.dental/dental...oral-surgery”>hubby told me that it might be gum recession</a>. In addition I noticed a tooth looks longer than normal. So I went to city oasis near Toronto and doctor said that a notch can be felt near the gum line. And he told me that, it is Gum recession which is not something you want to ignore. Now I am really tensed. Will it be an oral cancer? Please advice guys.
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