Gum Disease Bowral

Gum disease can make adults lose their teeth - but we can help you avoid it.

Safeguard your smile from gum disease.

Book in for a check-up to avoid a whole lot of preventable pain.

Taking proper care of your teeth also means looking after your gums to prevent gum disease, the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Visiting your dentist regularly - starting now - is a great way to start.

What’s gum disease?

Gingivitis, or gum disease, is caused by too much plaque build-up on the teeth, which leads to inflammation of the gums. If caught early, gingivitis is relatively simple to treat. Regular dental check-ups are the best way to find gingivitis before it progresses.

What are the symptoms of gum disease?

If you have swollen gums that bleed when you brush, or you see redness around your teeth, book in and let us help keep your smile safe.

The Grand Arcade Dental Surgery can provide treatment plans and help with preventing or managing gingivitis and periodontitis.

What’s the first step?

Book an appointment now and schedule regular check-up and clean visits to keep your gums healthy and your smile in top shape.

Why choose The Grand Arcade

Caring and comfortable
thorough treatment
Honest communication
No surprises on costs
Feel safe
Exceptional infection control protocols

3 steps to healthy gums


Book easily online and come in at a time that suits you.


Dr Arora will give your gums and teeth a thorough check-up and clean to gently remove built up plaque that may be causing swollen, sore gums.


Discuss your options with Dr Arora, including regular visits and optimal at home dental care routine for you.

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1. What is periodontal disease?

If gingivitis is left untreated for too long it can become periodontal disease, or periodontitis, a serious infection that will eventually damage the jaw bone.

2. Can gum disease be cured?

We can help you combat gingivitis by removing the plaque build-up around your teeth, and if it has progressed and become periodontitis, we can help you with a careful management plan. If you have any symptoms of gum disease, it’s important to get them checked quickly - especially if you smoke or if you have diabetes, as these put you at higher risk of gum disease.

Have a question about gum disease at the Grand Arcade?