Well, there's good news, and that is you shouldn't let receding gums depress you! The truth is that while receding gums can cause some problems that you probably aren't interested in having at all, such as a risk of teeth cavities down by the gumline, many problems triggered by receding gums are more like small inconveniences.
They're many factors which cause the underlying and treatable problems of gum recession. Overaggressive and/or inadequate brushing of teeth combined with excessive/or improper flossing technique can be culprits for deteriorating tissue. Folks affected by the onset of periodontal disease and various genetics factors will suffer from tissue loss. Other kinds of behaviors such as eating problems, extensive oral tobacco use, in addition to jewelry piercings on the lip or tongue can lead to the loss of gum tissues.
Painful teeth are a first sign of unhealthy receding gums. Generally, pain and teeth contribute to the problems and symptoms of living with gum disease. Along with pain, visible signs of gingivitis are the appearance of red and puffy or swollen gums. A physical sign of damaged gum tissues from gingivitis infection occurs daily with bleeding during brushing and flossing routines. Treating gingivitis may improve the health of your mouth.