Exposed tooth roots, now what? Gum is a thick protective tissue that surrounds the teeth like a tight cuff. Those gums can reced for various reasons e.g. too intense tooth brushing, tooth displacement or bruxism. If tooth roots are left exposed and the cause is left untreated, several oral health problems like root hypersensitivity, aesthetic or functional deficiencies, gum inflammation, tooth root caries and impaired oral hygiene can occur. Soft tissue regeneration plays an increasingly important role in periodontology as well as oral and maxillofacial surgery. Several studies have shown that soft tissue volume and quality not only play a role in esthetics, they are also important for oral health in many respects. Learn more: https://www.geistlich-pharma.com/en/patients/dental-regeneration/when-teeth-become-loose/
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