Maryland Periodontics and Dental Implants
7902 Old Branch Ave., Suite 209
Clinton, MD 20735
(301) 856-1200


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Why are the spaces between my teeth getting bigger and bigger?

When bacteria invades your gums or the bone that supports your teeth, one of the side effects is swelling. You might not be able to feel the swelling, but it can cause your teeth to move around.

Swelling may come and go. As it expands, it might move a tooth. But as it heals and disappears, it does not move the tooth back. It leaves the tooth in the wrong place.

That’s another reason why it’s important to identify and treat gum disease: you minimize chance of swelling that will push your teeth out of position, so that you can continue to bite and chew effectively and comfortably.

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