Have you started to notice that your child has a receding gum line, where the gum begins to pull back and expose more of the teeth?
Your child’s gums say a lot about his or her dental health, but luckily, a trip to the dentist can help you determine what to do to help those receding gums.
Your child’s gums do a lot more than just hold teeth in place. They are essential parts of your child’s mouth and must be properly taken care of. If your child has receding gums, it is important that he or she sees the dentist quickly.
Your child’s dentist may suggest that your child:
You might be wondering why your child’s gums are receding. There are many different reasons why your child could have a receding gum line, including:
Your child’s gums are an important part of overall oral health. It is important to keep the gums healthy so your child can have healthy and happy smiles for life.
At Kool Smiles, our dentists focus on kids and helping them understand what it takes to maintain their oral health. We’re always accepting new patients and will be happy to help your kids fight a receding gum line and other dental situations.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment for your child with one of our dentists, call us today.
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