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Teeth mobility is one of the most common dental problems as age advances. If not treated early, the teeth may fall off on its own. To prevent the teeth from falling due to teeth mobility there are various ways such as to remove the causative factor. The most common causative factor is an infection in the gums and/or abnormal direction of eating force. Getting regular cleaning of your teeth from a professional dentist will prevent infection in the gums.

Tooth Mobility

What is Tooth Mobility

Tooth mobility refers to the ability of a tooth to move or shift within its socket. In normal circumstances, teeth should have a certain degree of stability and should not move or feel loose. However, in cases of tooth mobility, the affected tooth may exhibit excessive movement or looseness.
Chipped teeth are very common and although the teeth are hard and durable, they can be damaged by sports injuries, trips, falls or even biting down on something hard. 

Royal Dental Clinics serves patients with unexpected chipped teeth. Once the teeth are reshaped the process of grinding and its efficiency is restored. If this process is neglected the result would be an abnormal direction of eating forces resulting in teeth mobility.

Getting regular cleaning of your teeth from a professional dentist will prevent infection in the gums. A six-monthly regular dental check-up, cleaning, reshaping the teeth, and treating hyperacidity if present; is highly recommended if the mobility of teeth has to be reduced or prevented. If the tooth’s mobility is increased it has to be treated by one or more processes like splinting the teeth, reshaping the teeth, bone grafting, and periodontal implants. The results are good and the life of teeth is increased.

Causes of Tooth Mobility

Tooth mobility can be caused by factors such as periodontal disease, trauma or injury, bruxism (teeth grinding), genetic or developmental factors, poor oral hygiene, hormonal changes, and systemic conditions. It is important to seek dental care if experiencing tooth mobility, as it can indicate underlying dental issues that require attention and treatment.

Symptoms of Loose Teeth

Symptoms of loose teeth can vary depending on the underlying cause. These include noticeable movement, gum inflammation, gum recession, pain or discomfort, bleeding gums, bad breath, and changes in bite or tooth alignment.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms or have concerns about tooth mobility in Mumbai, it is important to seek dental evaluation and treatment. Dr. Chirag will be able to assess the underlying cause and recommend appropriate measures to address the issue and stabilize the affected tooth.

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What do you mean by Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums refer to the condition where the gums bleed, typically during activities such as brushing, flossing, or eating. Healthy gums should not bleed when subjected to normal oral hygiene practices or while consuming food. When gums bleed, it often indicates an underlying issue or condition.
Gums or Gingiva are soft tissues covering the root surfaces of the teeth. Gums protect the teeth and the underlying bone against infection. It forms a tight seal against the teeth and the jaw bone. Good oral hygiene helps maintain gums in a healthy state.

Gum Bleeding

The most common cause of bleeding gums is gingivitis, which is an early stage of gum disease. Gingivitis occurs when plaque, a sticky film of bacteria, builds up along the gum line and irritates the gums. The irritated gums become inflamed and prone to bleeding. If left untreated, gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, a more severe form of gum disease that can lead to tooth loss and other oral health complications.
If the gum disease is left untreated tooth loss, and bone loss occurs. Due to bone loss future replacement of teeth also becomes questionable as bone loss causes implant placement difficult. If the bridge is planned the tooth from which we take support is compromised in periodontal disease. Gum disease has its ill-effects on the remaining teeth as well. The infection spreads to the remaining teeth as well thereby making replacement by artificial teeth difficult.

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How do I know if I have gum disease or a problem?

There are several signs and symptoms that may indicate gum disease or other oral health problems. Here are some common indicators to look out for:

bleeding gums

Bleeding Gums

Healthy gums should not bleed during brushing, flossing, or eating. If you consistently notice blood on your toothbrush, dental floss, or in the sink after oral hygiene practices, it may be a sign of gum disease.

bad breath

Persistent Bad Breath

Chronic bad breath (halitosis) that doesn’t improve with oral hygiene practices or the use of mouthwash could be a sign of gum disease or other oral health issues.

gum recession

Receding Gums

If your gums are receding or pulling away from the teeth, exposing more of the tooth’s root, it may indicate gum disease or aggressive brushing habits.

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Pus or Sores in the Mouth

The presence of pus between the teeth and gums or the appearance of persistent sores in the mouth may indicate an infection or more advanced stages of gum disease.

sensitive gums

 Gum Sensitivity

Increased sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures, as well as discomfort or pain when chewing, may be associated with gum disease or other dental issues.

Loose or shifting teeth

Loose or shifting teeth

Teeth that feel loose or begin to shift position without any apparent cause should be evaluated by a dentist, as this may be a sign of advanced gum disease or other underlying issues.

If you experience any of these signs or symptoms, schedule an appointment with our dentist or dental professionals at Royal Dental Clinics in Mumbai. We will examine your oral health, determine the underlying cause of the problem, and will recommend appropriate treatment to address any gum disease or other oral health issues present. Early detection and intervention are key to preventing the progression of gum disease and maintaining optimal oral health.

Why Choose Royal Dental Clinic for Tooth Mobility and Gum Bleeding in Mumbai

Choosing Royal Dental Clinic for tooth mobility treatment in Mumbai offers several compelling reasons. With a team of highly skilled and experienced dentists, the clinic provides expert care and accurate diagnosis of the underlying causes of tooth mobility. The clinic follows a comprehensive approach, considering all factors contributing to the condition to create a tailored treatment plan. Utilizing advanced technology and techniques, Royal Dental Clinic ensures high-quality care and precise treatment outcomes. Moreover, the clinic’s unique offering of one-day treatment is a significant advantage, allowing patients to receive prompt resolution of tooth mobility in a single visit.

This means that not only can they address tooth mobility and gum bleeding issues, but they also offer immediate implant placement and fixed teeth restoration, all in a single day. This streamlined approach saves patients time and reduces the waiting period for a fully functional, natural-looking smile.

With a commitment to patient-centric care, Royal Dental Clinic prioritizes patient comfort, addresses their concerns, and involves them in the decision-making process. Choosing Royal Dental Clinic means accessing top-notch dental care in Mumbai with a focus on efficiency, expertise, and patient satisfaction.

Gum Bleeding & Tooth Mobility: Before & After

Before vs After: Scaling and Root Planning

Before Treatment

Scaling and Root Planning

After Treatment

After Scaling and Root Planning

The first step involved a deep cleaning procedure known as scaling and root planning. This involved removing plaque, tartar, and bacteria from the tooth surfaces and root surfaces below the gum line. The aim was to eliminate the infection and reduce gum inflammation.

Before vs After: Ongoing Maintenance

Before Treatment

Ongoing Maintenance

After Treatment

After Ongoing Maintenance

Following the gum surgery, the patient received instructions for proper oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing, flossing, and the use of antibacterial mouthwash. Regular dental check-ups and professional cleanings were scheduled to monitor the healing process and maintain oral health.

Before vs After: Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Case Study

Supportive Periodontal Therapy

Gummy Smile

Smile Correction

Post-surgery, the patient received instructions on proper oral hygiene practices, including gentle brushing, flossing, and the use of prescribed mouthwash. Regular follow-up visits were scheduled to monitor healing, assess oral health, and provide ongoing periodontal maintenance.

Before vs After: Gum Surgery (Gingival Flap Surgery)

SAPTeeth Crowns

Multiple Root Canal

Natural-looking Crowns

Root Canal with Crown

As the gum disease had progressed, gum surgery was recommended to address the deep gum pockets and promote gum tissue regeneration. The procedure involved lifting a section of the gum tissue to gain access to the roots of the teeth. The exposed tooth roots were thoroughly cleaned, and any damaged tissue was removed. The gum tissue was then repositioned and sutured in place to reduce pocket depth.

Before vs After: Gum Surgery

Gum Bleeding Treatment

Teeth Straightening cosmetic dentistry

Natural-looking Crowns

Gum bleeding teeth straightening

Gum surgery aims to restore gum health, prevent further damage to the teeth and supporting structures, and promote the regeneration of gum tissue. It is typically performed under local anesthesia to ensure patient comfort during the procedure. Regular follow-up visits will be scheduled to monitor the healing process and make any necessary adjustments to the treatment plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost of Gum Procedures?

The cost of gum procedures can vary depending on the specific treatment needed, the complexity of the case, oral hygiene and other factors. Gum procedures can range from non-surgical treatments, such as deep cleaning (scaling and root planning), to surgical procedures like gum grafting or crown lengthening. On average, non-surgical gum treatments can range from $300 to $1,000 per tooth area. Surgical procedures may have a wider cost range, typically starting from $1,000 and going up depending on the extent and complexity of the surgery.

Can International Patients also Contact for a 1-Day Gum Procedures

Yes, international patients can also contact dental practices for 1-day gum procedures. Many dental clinics and specialists are open to treating international patients and offer services that can be completed within a day, depending on the specific gum procedure required. However, it is important to note that the feasibility of a 1-day gum procedure may depend on the complexity and extent of the treatment needed. Some gum procedures, especially surgical ones, may require multiple appointments or a longer healing period. The dentist or periodontist will assess your specific case and determine if a 1-day procedure is suitable for you.

Are Bleeding Gums Normal?

No, bleeding gums are not considered normal. Healthy gums should not bleed during regular activities such as brushing, flossing, or eating. Bleeding gums may indicate an underlying issue such as gum disease or improper oral hygiene. Gum disease occurs when plaque buildup along the gumline leads to inflammation and infection. Other factors that contribute to bleeding gums include aggressive brushing or flossing, hormonal changes, certain medications, vitamin deficiencies, and systemic health conditions.

If you experience bleeding gums, it is important to address the issue promptly with your dentist.

How long does it take to Recover from Gum Surgeries?

During the initial healing phase, you may experience some discomfort, swelling, and mild bleeding. Your dentist or periodontist will provide specific post-operative instructions to promote proper healing and reduce any complications. The recovery time for gum surgeries varies, but it generally takes about 1 to 2 weeks for the initial healing. Full healing may take several weeks to a few months. It’s important to note that individual healing experiences may vary, and it’s essential to follow your dentist’s specific instructions for a successful recovery.