Preventive Care For Gum/Periodontal Disease

At Planes Dental Arts in Tradition, we understand that gum/periodontal disease can significantly damage a person’s smile both in the short and long term. If you know or suspect that you’re experiencing either condition, get in touch with us today!

What is gum disease/periodontitis and how can it affect teeth and gums?

Gum disease is an infection of the gum tissue that can cause inflammation, pain, and even tooth loss. It’s caused by a buildup of bacteria in the mouth and can spread to other areas of the body if left untreated. Periodontitis, also known as advanced gum disease, is characterized by redness, swelling, pocketing between the gums and teeth, and bad breath.

What’s involved with gum/periodontal disease care?

Following a thorough examination of the health of your gums, our team will create a personalized plan to treat your unique needs. This may include regular teeth cleanings, the use of antibacterial mouthwashes, and services such as teeth scaling and root planing. We may also advise that special techniques are used to remove plaque and bacteria from the pockets between your teeth and we may offer additional procedures to treat advanced periodontal disease and restore the health of your gums.

Who should consider gum/periodontal care?

If you’re experiencing any of the signs or symptoms associated with gum disease, it’s important that you seek treatment as soon as possible. Early intervention is the best way to prevent further problems and damage. Additionally, if you’ve previously received periodontal treatment but are still experiencing symptoms of gum disease, it may be time to consider additional care.

Periodontal care is essential for maintaining your oral health, so contact Planes Dental Arts today to learn more about our periodontal care services. Our dedicated team of professionals is here to help you achieve optimal oral health and guide you every step of the way!

Contact Planes Dental Arts About Gum Disease/ Periodontal Care Today

  • Have your gum health care for
  • Treat & control gum disease before it progresses to periodontal disease
  • Learn how to prioritize your gum health at home
  • Avoid significant oral & overall issues caused by gum/periodontal disease
  • Protect your smile!
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