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Gum Related Therapy

Periodontal disease (diseases of the Gums) is a bacterial infection of the gums and tissues that support your teeth. It is caused most often by the build-up of plaque and tartar when teeth are not routinely brushed and flossed. Other contributors to this disease include medical issues such as diabetes and consuming too much sugary food or drinks.

There are two major stages of periodontal disease: gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis affects only the gums. It is a mild form of periodontal disease, and if properly treated may be reversed. Left untreated, gingivitis turns into periodontitis. During this more destructive disease stage, bacteria penetrate into the deeper pockets of tissue where bone and membrane support your teeth. Periodontitis can lead to tooth loss and serious health problems. and it ca be cured by the process of Gum Related Therapy.

People At-Risk

You may be at risk for periodontal disease if you

Do not practice good oral hygiene

Smoke or chew tobacco

Have heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disease or osteoporosis

Have a family member diagnosed with periodontal disease

Are pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant

Warning Signs

Periodontal disease is considered “silent” because pain does not always accompany its warning signs. See your Dentist if you experience:

Change to teeth, bite, or dental work

Loose or separating teeth

A change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite

Bridges or partial dentures that no longer fit properly

Fillings that have become defective

Changes to gums

Recurring redness, puffiness, tenderness, or swelling of your gums

Bleeding of gums while brushing teeth, using dental floss, or biting into hard food (like an apple)

Gums that are pulling away (receding) from your teeth, causing them to look longer

Bad mouth odors or tastes

Persistent bad breath

Persistent metal taste in your mouth

If you are suffering with any of these signs you need to have a consultation with a dentist followed by a treatment with a Periodontist Flap Surgery and curettage are some of the common treatment modalities to treat gum diseases which are commonly done by a Periodontist. The Flap surgery (Gum Related Therapy) will remove all off the infected gums and restores back to normal health.

Our Advantages
Using innovative technology
Using innovative technology

All our surgeries are furnished with state of the art equipement and maintained at the highest standards.

Guarantee Success of Treatment
Guarantee Success of Treatment

Most of our treatments are coverd by a long term guarantee which will be discussed with you before begining treatment.