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Periodontal Treatment in ANYTOWN, XX

If You Are Looking for Periodontal Treatment in ANYTOWN, XX, Call DentalPracticeName.

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an extremely common bacterial infection of the gums and bone that support the teeth, and it’s usually brought on by a lack of oral hygiene. Early symptoms of periodontal disease include red, swollen gums that tend to bleed easily, and if left untreated, it can ultimately lead to tooth loss! At DentalPracticeName in ANYTOWN, XX our team will screen your gums whenever you come to see us, and should we spot the slightest sign of periodontal disease and any necessary periodontal treatment.

Common reasons for periodontal treatment:

  • Bleeding gums when brushing your teeth
  • Bright red or red-purple appearance to gums
  • Tender gums when touched
  • A shiny appearance to gums
  • Mouth sores
  • Loose teeth

At DentalPracticeName in ANYTOWN, XX our dentists can perform various periodontal treatment procedures to get your gum back to a healthy status.

Gum Disease Treatment

If you are experiencing a change in your bite, swollen or bleeding gums, or receding gums, it could be a sign that you are experiencing the early stages of gum disease. Luckily, most cases of early-stage gum disease are treatable, and symptoms can be reversed. With a combination of professional deep-cleaning from DentalPracticeName in ANYTOWN, XX and strict adherence to proper dental hygiene, you can restore your smile and preserve your teeth.

Advanced-Stage Gum Disease Treatment

Patients that have advance forms of gum disease will often require more aggressive and complicated treatments. This can include gum flap surgery, where the gum is lifted back to clean the root surface and is stitched back into place. This helps gums to reattach themselves to the tooth, preventing further infection. If severe gum or bone damage has occurred, patients may require gum tissue or bone grafts to encourage healthy tissue regrowth. At DentalPracticeName in ANYTOWN, XX, we will discuss all your treatment options with you. It is important to note that any gum disease treatment’s success depends on the patient’s dedication to improving their oral hygiene.

Scaling & Root Planing

A scaling and root planing treatment is sometimes called a “deep cleaning,” and this is because it targets the plaque and bacteria located below the gum line. With scaling, an ultrasonic cleaner will be used to break up and remove all the plaque and tartar deposits located around your gums, and then root planing will be used to gently smooth out the rough surfaces of your teeth’s roots.

Soft Tissue Laser Treatment

As part of your periodontal treatment, we may also choose to use our soft tissue laser. This tool uses an extremely concentrated beam of light to instantly vaporize harmful bacteria along the gum line, and it can also painlessly remove infected tissue. This technology allows us to be precise, and it involves very little discomfort and bleeding. In fact, when we use our soft tissue laser, you may not need any local anesthetic, and your healing time is drastically reduced.

Infection Control

At DentalPracticeName in ANYTOWN, XX we can also apply a topical antibiotic to reach the small spaces where bacteria can hide. This periodontal treatment only takes a couple of minutes, but it continues working long after you leave our ANYTOWN, XX dental office. We may need to make another application three to four months later, but this is an effective way to kill the bacteria in your mouth and give your gums a fresh start.

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