There are many reasons your gums could bleed. In some cases, bleeding gums can be a sign of gingivitis, the early stage of periodontal disease. If your gums bleed easily when you brush, then make an appointment with our office to evaluate your oral health.
The good news is that gingivitis is reversible and preventable. Some bleeding is normal. For example, if you’ve just started a new flossing routine, it may bleed at first as they get used to cleaning between the teeth. Also, if you take blood thinners, these medications may cause your gums to bleed. Contact your physician if the bleeding does not stop naturally.
Dental Makeover is so established in people’s lives. We have many ways to improve – or even remake your entire smile. Here are some of the most popular (and most effective) cosmetic dental procedures available today to change your smile and your face:
– Teeth whitening
The answer is no. If veneers are either too expensive or too excessive for your style or budget. Whitening can restore a bright white smile, peeling back years of stains and abuse. Though you can use over-the-counter products to bleach your teeth. The results will be more dramatic and effective if you seek help from a dental professional. You can choose a home bleaching system or a chair-side procedure for instant results.
When a dental makeover is instant and dramatic, the most notable changes to the smile were probably the result of veneers. Typically made of porcelain or composite material. Veneers are thin coatings that adhere to your teeth. Veneers can completely transform your smile, resolving discolouration, gaps, teeth of varying lengths and sizes, chips, cracks and more.
There are many cases in which insurance may cover cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic procedures may have multiple health benefits that dental insurance providers see as acceptable grounds for coverage. We advise you to always consult your insurance provider to see what your options and options are.