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Bleeding gums

Healthy gums play a vital role in protecting your teeth from infection, and increasing the chances that you'll keep your teeth for life. Bleeding of gums can be caused by a number of reasons such as inflammation, vitamin K deficiency or incorrect brushing technique. The most common reason is the build-up of plaque causing bacterial infection, leading to a condition called gingivitis. Gingivitis can be prevented by proper oral hygiene. Oral profile axis and getting your teeth cleaned once in 6 months will avoid bleeding gums.

Gum Depigmentation

The reasons for dark gums can be genetic especially people with darker tones, due to smoking, intake of certain medicines, metal based crowns and restorations or even poor dental hygiene. Excess melanin builds up on the gums and make it brown or even black called hyperpigmentation.

Laser gum depigmentation is a simple, quick and painless procedure. The laser traces over the dark pigment, removing the dark layer of gums from the surface until we reach your desired shade. We can perform the gum depigmentation procedure on a small spot or an entire surface area of the gums.

Aesthetic Gum Recontouring

For some people, their gums rest too low or too high on the teeth. This can be treated with gum re-contouring where we can alter the shape of your gums to improve the appearance of your teeth.

Bad Breath

Are you concerned about the smell of your breath, or have you been told by someone close to you that you suffer from bad breath? The embarrassment of bad breath can be devastating, but fortunately it is easy to find the cause and subsequent treatment. At Procure Dental, we offer a range of bad breath treatment options that can help eliminate bad breath for good and restore your confidence.

Loose Teeth

While a loose tooth is typical for children, noticing looseness as an adult is a cause for concern. In some cases, a loose tooth is due to advanced gum disease. This is when a bacterial infection attacks your gums, tissue, and surrounding bone. A thorough examination will be needed to determine the best approach. So if you are experiencing looseness in your teeth, don't wait. The sooner this problem is addressed, the more likely you are to keep your natural teeth.