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Comprehensive Guide to Managing Gingivitis by Sacramento Dentistry Group

Gingivitis, the initial stage of gum disease, can progress into serious dental problems if neglected. At Sacramento Dentistry Group, our experts, including Dr. Marjoorie Castro and Dr. Samuel Karavan, specialize in both preventing and treating gingivitis. This guide aims to enhance your understanding of gingivitis, encompassing its causes, symptoms, and effective management methods.

Causes and Symptoms of Gingivitis:

Gingivitis primarily arises from plaque accumulation, leading to gum inflammation. Key indicators include gum redness, swelling, and bleeding during oral hygiene routines. Timely recognition and treatment are essential in preventing the disease’s progression.

Preventive Measures:

Preventing gingivitis involves maintaining diligent oral hygiene: brushing twice daily, flossing, and using antibacterial mouthwash. Consistent dental check-ups and cleanings at Sacramento Dentistry Group, located at 1105 E St, Sacramento, CA 95814, are crucial for early detection and management of gum disease.

Treatment Approaches:

Our treatment strategy for gingivitis includes comprehensive cleanings to eradicate plaque and tartar. We may also recommend specific oral care routines tailored to individual patient needs. For more details on gingivitis and its treatments, visit our Gingivitis and Gum Disease page.

Lifestyle Adjustments:

Key lifestyle changes include quitting smoking and following a balanced, nutrient-rich diet, both of which significantly affect gum health and the prevention of gingivitis.

Advanced Treatment Options:

In more severe cases, treatments like deep cleaning (scaling and root planing) might be necessary. Surgical options are considered in rare instances, depending on the severity of the condition.

Gingivitis is a manageable and preventable condition. At Sacramento Dentistry Group, we are dedicated to assisting our patients in maintaining healthy gums. If you are experiencing symptoms of gingivitis or want to learn more about preventing gum disease, please contact us at (916) 538-6900 to schedule a consultation. Together, we can ensure the continued health and longevity of your smile.


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