Gum Disease Treatment; is the branch that examines diseases in the gum and other surrounding tissues (alveolar bone, periodontal ligament and cement). In addition to dental stone cleaning and curettage; surgical treatments such as gingivectomy, gingivoplasty, graft operations, free gum graft, connective tissue grafting, and directed tissue regeneration are also possible.
Detailed information on Gum Diseases can be found below.
What is Gum Diseases?
If gum problems remain untreated, it may lead to tooth loss. Symptoms such as bleeding in the gums, swelling, redness, pain, tenderness, withdrawal, wobble in the teeth, and the presence of odor in the mouth indicate gum disease. A frequent mistake is to stop brushing the teeth due to gum bleeding. In this case, complaints grow increasingly. Therefore, it would be necessary to consult your dentist without delay. If treatment is not initiated, inflammation in the gum will spread to the jaw bone and cause the bone melt. If the bone around the root of the tooth begins to melt, the tooth begins to wobble and leads to tooth loss. Routine control in every 6-months would prevent the disease to go unnoticed before it progresses too much. With early intervention, you can maintain your own teeth with health, for life.