Avoid Tooth Loss In Allen Park

Categories: Gum Disease

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Do you know the most common cause of tooth loss among Detroit adults?

The answer is gum disease. While this may be startling to Detroit, Southgate, and Dearborn residents, there is a bright side:

Gum disease is easy to treat if it is detected in the early stages.

Regular check-ups with your Allen Park dentist are important, but there are warning signs for gum disease that everyone should be looking for.

1. Gums that bleed very easily

2. Gums that appear tender, swollen, or very red, or gums that have visible pus in between them when they are pushed

3. A bite that changes suddenly so that your teeth don’t seem to fit together correctly

4. Gums that are pulling away from the teeth

5. A bad taste in the mouth or chronic bad breath

6. Loose or separating teeth

If you are experiencing these symptoms, talk to your dentist today. Avoiding these problems is ideal, but brushing isn’t enough. Since plaque causes gum disease, removing plaque through regular flossing is the key to healthy gums.

We are Drs. Greg & Joanne Szalai and our practice, Szalai & Szalai DDS, serves the Dearborn, Taylor, and Southgate areas. We take pride in caring for our patients and we want them to have healthy, beautiful smiles that they can be proud of. Many of our patients seek specifics about cosmetic dental smile makeovers. If you’d like to know, schedule an appointment and we’ll take a look!

Our practice specializes in:

Teeth whitening
Porcelain veneers
CEREC one-day crowns
Invisalign

Contact us at 313-928-2323 and a member of our caring and professional staff can make an appointment for you. During your consultation, you can speak with Drs. Greg & Joanne Szalai about swollen gums, veneers, cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening, and more.

We hope to hear from you soon!

Drs. Greg & Joanne Szalai
Szalai & Szalai DDS
5329 Allen Rd
Allen Park, Michigan
313-928-2323


The following website was used as source material for this blog: http://dentistry.about.com/od/toothmouthconditions/a/gum_warnings.htm, accessed on October 22, 2014