Dear Dentist - I'm 37 yrs old and for the first time in my life, I visited a dental doctor just to utilize my insurance. One of the issue I told her is I get blood occasionally when I eat something like apples, or even when I brush my teeth (though it is very rare). She examined and said deep cleaning needs to be done. Today she deep cleaning on my right side of the mouth and I immediately see so many gaps between my tooth. I didn't had those gaps earlier? I'm feeling so awkward and uneasy. I felt I took a wrong decision to allow the doctor to do deep cleaning.
Can you please explain if deep cleaning always results in gaps between tooth?
Would the gaps ever fill?