Laser Treatment for Gum Disease | Eledent Hospitals

    Laser Treatment for Gum Disease

    Laser gum treatment


    Periodontal disease is also known as gum disease. This  is caused by bacteria in plaque. If the bacteria is not consistently removed, they builds up and  infect your teeth, gums, lower gum tissue and eventually the bone that supports your teeth – a common cause of tooth loss. There are three stages when it comes to its progression: gingivitis, periodontitis, and advanced periodontitis; the longer the disease has to advance, the more damage it causes. Fear not as Eledent hospitals is here to help you out on your gum related problems. Our team can discover periodontal disease early and begin treatment before complicated issues arise.

    Common Signs of Gum Disease:

    • Red, tender and swollen gums that bleed  especially during brushing or flossing
    • Constant bad breath or bad taste in your mouth
    • Gum line receding or in some cases it is where the  gums are pulled away from teeth and forming pockets
    • Changes in your bite or teeth alignment, loose teeth

    Gum Disease Treatment Process

    • We provide a comprehensive cleaning to remove built up plaque and tartar
    • For more advanced conditions, scaling and deep root planning are treatment options we provide. These procedures also include inclusive cleaning that is deeper into areas above and below the gum line. A local anesthetic is administered in conjunction as well.
    • We also utilize an FDA-approved antibiotic called Arestin. Once applied, antibiotics are released into your gums for up to 21 days.

    How Can I Prevent Gum Disease Before it Starts?

    Simple, everyday steps can also be taken to avoid gum disease growth, including:

    • Brushing and flossing consistently at least twice day
    • Using an antimicrobial mouth rinse daily to help control plaque
    • Scheduling regular checkups

    If you are experiencing the signs of gum disease, then it’s essential that you begin your treatment immediately without any further delay. Besides tooth damage and loss, studies have suggest that link periodontal disease to the development of severe health issues such as heart disease, strokes, diabetes and preterm low birth-weight babies. If you are having gum disease, then please contact us. Our team to schedule an Appointment right away.

    Take a visit to the best dental hospital in Hyderabad to see how we can help make your smile your signature !

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