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Do your gums bleed when you brush? You may have signs of Gum Disease!

It is not normal for gums to bleed during normal brushing or flossing.  If you are experiencing this or any redness/swollen in your gum tissue this is a sign of gum disease.  The earlier we work to treat this the better chance you have to fight against this and restore your gums to be healthy and pink again.

Gum disease affects millions of Americans – many of whom are unaware of the harmful conditions hiding under the surface of their smiles. You might be at risk if you experience any of the following conditions:

If you live in Westerville, Gahanna or New Albany – we offer several treatments, including a deep cleaning (aka gum scaling and planning), to help you fight back against gum disease.

Call Serene Smiiles at 614-568-3909.

When gum disease goes untreated, bacteria threatens to destroy the structure of healthy teeth and may even cause the loss of teeth altogether. In advanced stages, the condition can even lead to an increased risk of stroke or heart disease. The key to treatment is getting an early and effective start.