Jaw & Gum Resorption Treatment
Restoring the Jawbone and Gum Tissue
Healthy jaw and gums are vital to optimal oral health, and they also help to ensure that you have a great smile. However, due to one reason or another, it is possible to experience jaw and gum deterioration, which can lead to several dental problems. At Gwinnett Dental Implant & Periodontal Center, we are committed to helping restore your full oral health, which is why we offer a wide range of dental solutions for treatment jaw and gum deterioration.
What Are the Causes of Jaw and Gum Deterioration?
There are several reasons that can cause the deterioration of the jaw and gums. For the jaw, the main cause of deterioration is resorption due to tooth loss. After losing a tooth, the stimulation of that tooth to the jawbone is lost, which reduces the tissue regeneration rate of the jawbone. As a result, the jawbone starts shrinking away over time.
Other causes of jawbone loss include an infection that has spread to the bone tissue (gum disease, tooth infection, or another oral infection, for example, one from cysts or lesions). Damage of the jawbone tissue following a dental injury or during tooth extraction can also lead to bone loss.
Gum deterioration, on the other hand, is usually caused by gum disease, or a bacterial infection (from the teeth) that has spread to the gum tissue. It's also possible to experience gum damage following a traumatic dental injury.
Why Should You Have Your Jaw and Gums Treated?
Jaw and gum resorption are serious dental issues that could bring about several problems such as:
Available Treatment Options for Jaw and Gum Resorption
Jaw and gum resorption can be treated using some treatments. These include:
Are you experiencing problems with your jaw and gums? Gwinnett Dental Implant & Periodontal Center can offer you a wide variety of jaw and gum corrective treatments, which can help to restore your oral health. Call us today at (470) 222-8983 to find out more about these solutions.
Gwinnett Dental Implant & Periodontal Center
Dr. Melody J. Schiffer &