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How Much of Your Teeth Are Situated Below the Gums?


Posted on 4/10/2018 by Lemond Hunter
Gum Line Hunter Dental Care OR 97230-1914When thinking about the makeup of your teeth, do you know how much of your tooth is below the gum line and how much is above it? When you know this, you know that the importance of taking care of your teeth is of the highest value.

Not only do you want to keep your teeth healthy, but you also want to make sure that you reduce the chances of having tooth pain when you can take care of the tooth overall.

The Teeth Below the Gum Line

When it comes to the teeth below the gum line, you can be sure that not much of it is found there. A small portion of the main tooth and then all of the roots are found in the gums. This means that most of your tooth is outside of the gum line when it comes to brushing, flossing and caring for the teeth that you can see.

Flossing is increasingly important since this is going to help to keep the buildup and plaque from causing problems to the root and bottom part of the tooth under the gum.

When the teeth below the gum line become decayed, the whole tooth can become infected due to this. Make sure you brush and floss well to protect not only the teeth you see but the parts you don't.

If you notice that you're having trouble with your teeth or your gums, speaking with a qualified dentist can provide you with the help you need. Have a healthier mouth overall with the help that we provide to those that wish to have a whiter, brighter, healthier smile.

We can be the dental professionals reducing the pain and increasing the beauty of the smile overall. Call us today to set something up and to have us take a look.
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