Mini Review
Volume 20 Issue 5 - 2021
Gingival Recessions in Children (An Overview)
Karimi M*
Department of Pediatrics Dentistry, Sepideh Dental Clinic, Iran
*Corresponding Author: Karimi M, Department of Pediatrics Dentistry, Sepideh Dental Clinic, Iran.
Received: January 02, 2021; Published: April 21, 2021




Abstract

The importance of maintaining the health of the gums, even though may not be more important than the teeth will certainly not be less than that. Unfortunately, this is often overlooked, and some people do not pay attention to the health of their gums. Needless to say, according to the experts, gum diseases and periodontal problems may sometimes be present without any pain or a certain sign, and this suggests that before any problems arise, it must be ensured that the gums are in healthy conditions. Hence, we need to know the causes and how to treat gingival recession in children so that we properly prevent this problem.

The main factors which can affect the gingival recessions in children are diabetes, bruxism, improper brushing techniques, poor oral hygiene and malocclusions.

In this article, we have a glance at the causes and treatments of gingival recession in children.

Keywords: Gingival Recessions; Diabetes; Bruxism; Improper Brushing Techniques; Poor Oral Hygiene; Malocclusions

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Citation: Karimi M. “Gingival Recessions in Children (An Overview)”. EC Dental Science 20.5 (2021): 37-42.

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