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Periodontics Treatment

Periodontics treatment involves various procedures aimed at preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases that affect the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. Here are some common periodontics treatments:

  1. Scaling and Root Planing:

    • Deep cleaning procedure to remove plaque, tartar, and bacteria from below the gum line and smooth the root surfaces to promote healing and prevent further bacterial accumulation.
  2. Gum Grafting:

    • Surgical procedure to restore receding gums by transplanting gum tissue from another area of the mouth or using donor tissue to cover exposed tooth roots and improve the appearance of the smile.
  3. Pocket Reduction Surgery:

    • Surgical procedure to reduce the depth of periodontal pockets and eliminate bacteria by accessing and thoroughly cleaning the roots of the teeth, promoting gum tissue reattachment, and preventing disease progression.
  4. Crown Lengthening:

    • Surgical procedure to expose more of the tooth's structure by removing excess gum tissue or bone, typically performed to facilitate restorative or cosmetic treatments such as dental crowns or veneers.
  5. Gingival Flap Surgery:

    • Surgical procedure to lift the gums away from the teeth and clean the roots and bone underneath, often used to treat advanced gum disease or to access areas for deeper cleaning and treatment.
  6. Bone Grafting:

    • Surgical procedure to restore lost bone tissue in the jaw, typically performed in preparation for dental implant placement or to support the stability of the teeth and surrounding tissues.
  7. Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR):

    • Surgical technique used to regenerate lost bone and gum tissue by placing membranes or other biocompatible materials in the periodontal defect to promote the growth of new tissue.
  8. Dental Implant Placement:

    • Surgical procedure to replace missing teeth with dental implants, which are titanium posts surgically placed into the jawbone to support artificial teeth (crowns, bridges, or dentures).
  9. Periodontal Maintenance:

    • Ongoing professional cleanings and monitoring of gum health to prevent the recurrence of gum disease and maintain oral health following periodontal treatment.

Periodontics treatment aims to restore and maintain the health of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth, prevent tooth loss, and improve overall oral health and function. It is essential to consult with a qualified periodontist for an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan tailored to individual needs.

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