Gum Treatment

There are a variety of treatments available today depending on the stage of the gum disease the patient is suffering from. One of the most commonly experienced symptoms of gum disease is an inflammation and bleeding of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth. The disease itself can be classified into 2 different stages – Gingivitis (1st stage), Periodontitis (2nd stage and advanced stage). There are times when a simple gum inflammation which is left untreated can escalate into a condition where teeth have to be extracted, hence, timely treatment is the key to your gum health.

SCALING (Clean Up)

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SPLINTING (Mobile teeth are reinforced with a fibre splint)

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DEPIGMENTATION – Pigmented (Black) gums are treated using lasers

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CROWN LENGTHENING PROCEDURE WITH OSSEOUS REDUCTION ( When there is less height for the crowns this procedure is done. )

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What Are The Symptoms Of Gum Disease?

At the onset, gum diseases can be very inconspicuous and hard to catch. By paying heed to the symptoms of pain, swelling and bleeding, we are able to treat the condition in its initial stages. Bad breath that doesn’t get sorted, could also be a beginning of initial gum disease.

What Are The Common Causes Of Gum Disease?

Gum disease is one of the most common issues that arise in patients. There are several causes for this disease, but one which is most widely experienced is due to the formation of Plaque, a layer of bacteria that continually forms on teeth and creates toxins that can harm the gums and create such disorders. In the early stage of the disease, gums become red, swollen and can also bleed. By being aware of the disease, if you can identify it early, even small steps like proper brushing and flossing can correct this issue. However, if left unheeded, it can escalate to an advanced stage where the gums, bone, teeth can all be affected by this disease.

What Is The Treatment Course For a Gum Disease?

The Gum disease has different stages and depending on whether the patient is at an early stage or advanced, the treatment course can vary. The multitude of treatments for this can vary from non-surgical to surgical depending on the extent of the damage.

Maintaining oral hygiene

Maintaining oral hygiene is the first essential step one can take to control the gum disease. If the gum disease is in the first stage or initial stage, proper brushing, cleaning and flossing the teeth can give good results in controlling the spread. Ideally, consult your dentist the moment you find the emergence of any disease symptoms and get a check-up done.

Deep cleaning and bacterial medication

Deep cleaning and bacterial medication is often referred to as in-depth cleaning. This cleaning process can eliminate the calculus of toxins accumulated in the patient’s mouth. We mostly prescribe an antibacterial medication that aids in the process of removing bacteria in the gums.

Deep cleaning and bacterial medication

Deep cleaning and bacterial medication is often referred to as in-depth cleaning. This cleaning process can eliminate the calculus of toxins accumulated in the patient’s mouth. We mostly prescribe an antibacterial medication that aids in the process of removing bacteria from your gums.

Periodontal surgery

Periodontal surgery is the treatment course recommended for the second to the advanced stage. These is a surgical procedure wherein the infection has to be removed surgically to get rid of the disease.

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You can call us on +91 8291671780 and +91 2223615060 or write to us at gautamlaud@gmail.com