How Do I Know if I Have Gum Disease?
Gum (periodontal) disease can be insidious in that it sneaks up on you without much pain or discomfort. The warning signs are bad breath, bleeding gums, and loose or sensitive teeth. If you find blood when rinsing after brushing or flossing, you may already have gum disease. Don’t wait until you have a gum infection to come in for a checkup or cleaning visit. Gum disease is much easier to treat at an early stage rather than after teeth are loose. Luckily, we have a periodontist on staff who can help with any concerns you may have about gum disease.