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February 2018
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4 Reasons that Your Gums Are Receding
Have you noticed that your gums are pulling away from your teeth? There are several factors that could be causing this issue:

• Gum disease. The most common cause of gum recession, periodontal disease will destroy the gum tissue.
• Grinding. If you have a habit of grinding the teeth, the unnecessary pressure that you put on your mouth could cause the gums to recede.
• Aggressive brushing. If you brush or floss too hard, you could be causing trauma to your gums, resulting in receding tissues.
• Hormonal changes. Women are at a greater risk of developing gum disease during certain hormonal changes, such as pregnancy or menopause, and the result could be receding gums.

If you believe that your gums are receding, contact us to set up an appointment - we're here to help!





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