Periodontics Disease is common in adults. These issues can be treated with the latest Gum Disease Treatment. Continue reading to know the cost, benefits, results, side effects, procedure, and more.
What is Gum Disease Treatment?
Many of us experience bleeding of the gums when we brush our teeth, and gingivitis – this early stage of gum disease – is often painless and can be cured by improvements in oral hygiene. If untreated, however, this can lead to periodontitis, a serious form of gum disease.
Such issues can cause damage to the bone and soft tissue which surrounds our teeth. Over time, the bacteria in our mouths can build up and collect in the spaces between the teeth and gum. This increase in bacteria can cause inflammation and decay, and when left untreated can result in tooth loss and further health problems.
Factors that Instigate Periodontics’ Progress
The factors below instigate the progress of gum disease;
- Smoking cigarettes
- Genetic predisposition
- Medications that reduce saliva production
- Certain bacterial strains which are highly aggressive to the gums
- Hormonal changes in women during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause.
Types of Periodontal Diseases
There are different types of gum diseases. The three common periodontal diseases are listed below;
- Advanced Periodontitis
Results and Benefits
You can expect the following results and benefits from treating it:
- The process is fast.
- The results are accurate.
- The results are guaranteed.
- There is no need for surgery.
- The side effects are minimal.
- The downtime does not exist.
Who is a Candidate?
You can qualify as a good candidate for periodontics if the following applies to you;
- You have a gum disease.
- You want to treat your teeth and gums.
- You have realistic expectations with the treatment results.
What is the Aim of Treatment?
The treatment aims at the following;
- To cure the gum disease.
- To make you feel normal again.
- To make you smile, eat, and drink normally.
Which Technique is Used?
At Euromed Clinic, we always use the latest techniques to perform this procedure. The dentist recommends good oral hygiene practice, as well as improved dietary habits, in order to combat the progression of periodontitis. However, with mild-to-severe cases of the disease, periodontal laser therapy offers an effective – and thanks to the clever use of anaesthesia a virtually pain-free – treatment option.
Periodontal laser therapy is a minimally invasive three-step treatment that suppresses the advancement of gum disease, and prevents the need for any later surgery (unless severe bone defects are detected). Using innovative Waterlase (hard tissue lasers) technology our expert dentist will first remove the diseased epithelial lining from the periodontal pocket, then the calculus from the root surface, and finally seal the pocket with a stable fibrin clot.
How to Prepare for the Treatment?
You will have to discontinue smoking and drinking. Avoiding aspirin and blood-thinners is also necessary. The dentist will provide more guidelines based on the gums’ condition.
Post-Op Care and the Recovery Time
The recovery period is not long. You will have to avoid certain foods and drinks for some time. You will be recovered in just a few days if you follow the dentist’s instructions.
Cost of Gum Disease Treatment
The cost of Gum Disease Treatment varies from person to person, but if you want to know the exact price of the treatment in your case, contact us.
Periodontics & Gum Disease FAQ’s
Can gum disease be cured?
Yes, gum disease can be cured. It can be hard to fix it if the issue is quite severe. We should take routine care to avoid this problem in the first place.
How do you fix periodontal disease?
There are ways to fix the periodontal disease. Gingivitis is the only type of periodontal disease that can be cured. To be able to do it, one should have an in-office treatment and at-home care.
What vitamins are good for gums?
All types of vitamins are good for our bodies and minds. Many vitamins can be considered to make gums stronger. Vitamins C, vitamin D, calcium, and minerals are widely regarded as useful for the gums.
How can I treat gum disease at home?
It is hard to treat gum disease at home. You should ask this question to your dentist and follow the instructions if your dentist thinks it is possible. However, in-office treatment can be useful.
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