Periodontal Care

Your periodontal health reflects your overall health, so maintaining your gums through brushing, flossing, and deep cleanings are an essential part of oral hygiene.

What is periodontal disease?

Periodontal disease happens when bacteria in plaque and tartar infect your gums. Your body’s immune system fights back by producing toxins, which can harm both your gums and healthy tissue. If left untreated, this buildup of toxins can cause periodontal disease.

Stages of Periodontal Disease:

 In simpler terms, periodontal disease has two main stages: Gingivitis and Periodontitis.


This is the first and most common stage, where the gums become inflamed and may bleed when you brush your teeth.


If gingivitis isn’t treated, it can progress to periodontitis. At this stage, the infection spreads to the tissues and bone supporting the teeth. The gums start to pull away from the teeth, forming pockets where debris and bacteria can collect, worsening the condition.

Periodontal Therapy Procedures

When it comes to combating periodontal disease, we offer a range of effective treatments tailored to your needs:

  • Scaling and Root Planing: This deep-cleaning procedure targets gum disease by meticulously removing plaque and tartar from beneath the gumline, promoting healing.
  • Gum Grafting: Restoring lost gum tissue is crucial for protecting tooth roots. We achieve this by transferring healthy gum tissue or utilizing donor tissue.
  • Periodontal Plastic Surgery: This surgical approach aims to reshape gum tissues, enhancing both function and aesthetics for a healthier smile.
  • Periodontal Laser Treatment: Harnessing the precision of lasers, this technique gently removes diseased gum tissue with minimal discomfort and reduced gum shrinkage compared to traditional surgery.
  • Crown Lengthening Surgery: Whether for cosmetic reasons or to secure a dental crown, this procedure involves uncovering tooth structure buried beneath gum and bone tissue.
  • Dental Implants: As the gold standard in tooth replacement, titanium implants are surgically placed beneath the gum line and into the jawbone, providing a sturdy foundation for lifelike dental crowns.

Each of these procedures is carefully tailored to address your specific condition and restore the health of your gums and supporting structures. Your smile’s health and beauty are our top priorities

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I prevent periodontal disease?

Improving and maintaining an oral hygiene routine is key in preventing disease. Things that can be easily improved are:

  • Brushing thoroughly twice a day
  • Flossing once a day
  • Going to routine dental exams and cleanings (getting X-Rays when they are recommended)
  • Avoid smoking
Are there any complications associated with periodontal surgery?

Like any procedure, there can be some discomfort, swelling, or bleeding afterward. You might also notice increased sensitivity in your roots or a slight recession of your gums. It is important to discuss any risks/benefits or any concerns that you may have with your dentist to ensure proper care.