Red, inflamed gums eventually lead to gum disease if it’s not treated. Here’s what you should know about this condition.
– Infrequent brushing and flossing are one of the leading causes of gum inflammation.
– Smoking and having crooked or misaligned teeth are other common causes.
– Treatment is done at the dentist office and involves a deep cleaning session.
After a professional cleaning, you’ll be asked to keep a consistent dental hygiene routine at home to keep gum inflammation at bay.
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