Gum disease can be serious and it leads to a loss of teeth and supporting bone and tissue structures. Untreated or uncontrolled gum disease has been linked to increased risk factors in patients with heart disease and diabetes as well as expectant mothers. A variety of treatment options are available depending on the severity of the disease. Often they can be done without referral to a specialist. However, certain levels of disease severity may require the intervention of a specialist. We will diagnose your disease, provide information on the type of treatment needed and keep you informed of any changes.
- Scaling and Root Planing (deep cleaning)
- Pocket Irrigation
- Placement of localized antibiotics in deeper pockets
- Laser therapy
- Gingivectomy (gum trimming)
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