Dental Treatments
Gum Disease


Achieve a healthy mouth and gums

Preventative treatments for
gum disease

Gum disease is extremely common in the UK, but with regular visits to your dental hygienist you could improve your gum health and maintain a healthy mouth.

A visit to our dental hygienists in Wolverhampton will allow us to perform professional cleaning that will remove plaque and tartar, the two main contributors to gum disease. During your appointment with us we’ll examine your gums, teeth, and lifestyle to deliver the best advice and treatments that will help you achieve a healthy mouth.

  • Remove stubborn plaque and tartar build-up
  • Professional teeth cleaning that helps with bad breath
  • Prevents the development of gum disease for a healthy mouth
  • Prevents any current symptoms from becoming more severe
  • Professional lifestyle, diet, and at-home cleaning advice

Healthy gums mean healthy teeth, and healthy teeth means a healthier and happier mouth. Make sure you take care of your gums with our team of dental hygienists at Claregate Dental.

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Frequently asked
questions…

Find the answers you’ve been searching for your questions about gum disease treatments in Wolverhampton!

We believe an informed patient is a happy patient, so do get in touch if you would like to find out more about our treatments.

  1. What are the symptoms of gum disease?

    The most notable signs of gum disease are red, swollen, or puffy gums that are sensitive to touch or when chewing. They might bleed when you brush your teeth, and you might also notice them receding from the base of your teeth. Gum disease is easily preventable with the correct care and is also treatable, so it’s best to seek a professional’s help if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.

  2. What is plaque and tartar?

    Plaque contains bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease and is caused by improper cleaning that allows these bacteria to build up. Tartar occurs when this plaque hardens, and it attaches to your enamel, threatening your dental health.

  3. How regularly should I see a dental hygienist?

    Generally, we’d recommend arranging an appointment with one of our dental hygienists 2-4 times a year. This ensures we can monitor any changes and symptoms together and work towards achieving and maintaining healthier gums.

  4. How can I prevent gum disease?

    Gum disease is very easily prevented with the correct dental care. Ensuring that you brush your teeth every morning and night and floss or use interdental brushes between your teeth before bed is essential to keeping gum disease at bay. Some antiseptic mouthwashes may also help with preventing gum disease, and they will target the unwanted bacteria in your mouth. As well as routine at-home care, you should visit a dental nurse or hygienist twice a year to receive professional cleanings and advice.

  5. What lifestyle factors contribute to gum disease?

    There are certain lifestyle factors and individual considerations that contribute to the development of gum disease. These include smoking, diabetes, a family history of the disease, high stress levels, and even some medication.

Before & After Gallery

We help patients transform their cosmetic smiles and general dental health every day and are very pleased of the results and smile transformations we’re able to achieve together.

Before

After

What our clients say
about us

Everybody who works here is so friendly and reassuring, nothing is too much trouble. The dentist is the most professional, down to earth dentist I’ve ever met and most importantly, very gentle and thorough. I will not go anywhere else and if Google reviews did more stars, this dental practice would always get full marks from me.


- C.J, January 2018

*Results may vary and are different for each individual. As such, Claregate Dental cannot guarantee specific results.