Does age really hurt the gums?

Nineteenth-century horse dealers were not particularly reliable so seasoned buyers often checked the animal's mouth. If the teeth looked long it meant that his gums had retracted, indicating that he might be older than he was told. Is it the same with human beings? Gingival recession, as it is formally known, is more common among the elderly. A [...]

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