Gum Disease Treatment in Providence, RI

Have you noticed blood when you brush lately? Are your gums tender, swollen or red? You may be suffering from periodontal gum disease, an extremely common oral condition which affects over 67,000,000 American adults. At the practice of Drs. Rubinstein & Ducoff, we are proud to offer periodontal gum disease treatment in Providence for our patients suffering from gum disease that are interested in managing their condition and stopping it from advancing further. Not sure if you may be suffering from gingivitis or gum disease?

  • Red Gums
  • Swollen Gums
  • Tender Gums
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Receding Gums
  • Infected Gums
  • Bad Breath
  • Bad Taste in Mouth
  • Loose Teeth
  • Shifting Teeth
  • Tooth Loss

Many patients, however, experience no symptoms at all until the disease has progressed, causing more serious complications. At Drs. Rubinstein & Ducoff we recommend our patients receive routine, professional dental care as it can reduce your risk for periodontal gum disease and other dental issues.

About Gingivitis

Gingivitis is actually the early stage of periodontal gum disease that can be reversed and even cured when addressed properly and early enough. Patients may notice swollen, tender or even bleeding gums. Proper at-home dental care and professional checkups can reverse the condition however it must be caught and addressed early.

About Periodontitis

As periodontal disease advances, it is commonly known as periodontitis. Once it has reached advanced stages, gum disease actually begins to cause irreversible damage to the gums and other supporting structures of the mouth. Patients typically begin to experience more severe complications such as gum infections, tooth shifting and even tooth loss in the stages.

Gum Disease Risk Factors

  • Tobacco use, including smoking and chewing.
  • Systemic diseases such as diabetes.
  • Certain medications, such as cancer therapy, calcium channel blockers, and even anti-epilepsy drugs.
  • Crooked, misaligned or gapped teeth.
  • Defective fillings or other dental work.
  • Pregnancy.

Schedule Periodontitis Treatment in Providence Today

Think that you may be suffering from gingivitis or periodontitis in Providence? Contact Drs. Rubinstein & Ducoff today to schedule your appointment, we’re always accepting new patients at our dental clinic and would be happy to provide the periodontal care you deserve.

We are also serving patients from a nearby location as College Hill, Fox Point, Wayland, Wayland Square, Waterman, Brown University, and RISD for gum disease treatment.

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