The first step in treating gum recession is to notice the problem and discover the cause. Unless you discover and eliminate the cause of the recession, any treatment done to repair the problem will not last.
Gum recession is treated by surgically moving healthy gum tissue into the area where the gum has receded. The procedure is performed in the dental office with local anesthetic (Novocain). The newer gum grafting techniques are quite predictable in their results and make a big difference in reducing tooth sensitivity and enhancing a person’s smile. Click here to see before and after case studies.
Please note that we cannot guarantee that the solutions offered here are definitely applicable to your condition since we have not examined your mouth. However, if you know the solutions that are generally applied to dental problems, you will be much better informed and will likely make better decisions in your own dental health care.