Oral soft tissue, such as your gingiva, floor and roof of the mouth, as well as the tongue should be regularly examined by your dentist. Most oral soft tissue discomforts or lesions such as ulcerations or cold sores are self-resolvable within 2-3 weeks. Any lesions lasting for a longer duration of time, or if you notice the lesion has change in either the size or texture should be examined immediately, this may be an indication of a more serious health clinical condition.
Do you have painful and bleeding gums? Don’t feel like smiling? Your mouth may be telling you that they require some tender love and care; such as scaling and root planning.
So come in for a checkup at City Oasis Dental, we want to help you feel your best and take care of your smile.
For more information, please see the attached PDF files or ask Dr. Jennifer when you come in for a consultation.
|Oral Soft Tissues Gum and Bone||Size|
|Mouth Lesions Coloured Areas (pdf)||113 Kb|
|Mouth Lesions Swelling (pdf)||124 Kb|
|Mouth Lesions Ulcers (pdf)||116 Kb|
|Mouth Lesions White Spots (pdf)||106 Kb|
|Periodontal Disease (pdf)||485 Kb|
|Bone Grafting (pdf)||515 Kb|
|Gum Grafting (pdf)||508 Kb|
|Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment (pdf)||480 Kb|
|Surgical Periodontal Therapy (pdf)||480 Kb|
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