top of page

PERIODONTIC DENTISTRY 

WHAT IS PERIODONTIC DENTISTRY?

Periodontists are dentistry's experts in treating periodontal disease. They receive up to three additional years of specialized training in periodontal disease treatment in both non-surgical treatments and periodontal plastic surgery procedures. Periodontists are also experts in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal, or disease, and in the placement of dental implants.

PERIODONTIC DENTISTRY .jpg

Below, we take a look at some of the most common periodontal treatments and procedures

  • Non-surgical Periodontal Treatment

  • Scaling and Root Planing

  • Periodontics‘ Tray Delivery Systems

  • Dental Implants

  • Regeneration

  • Soft Tissue Grafting

  • Gingivectomy

Reasons to See a Periodontist


Your general dentist may be able to treat some gum problems. But if you have gum disease that’s getting worse, a complex case, or the risk of tooth loss, your dentist will refer you to a periodontist. If you notice any of these common gum disease signs and symptoms, make an appointment with your dentist to see if you should visit a periodontist. 

  • Swollen or puffy gums

  • Gums that bleed easily 

  • Bad Breath

  • Painful chewing

  • Receding gum line

  • What Is The Cost Of A Smile Makeover Procedure?
    A smile makeover is a collection of treatments rather than a single procedure. While some may require the majority of them, others may only require a handful. As a result, the cost of a smile makeover varies from person to person, depending on what is required.
  • How To Get Perfect Teeth?
    It is simple to achieve flawless teeth; you simply need to pay attention to two factors. Brushing, flossing, and rinsing are all basic oral hygiene guidelines to follow. Second, make sure you get your teeth checked at least twice a year at a dental clinic.
  • Can One Get Their Teeth Fixed Without Braces?
    Straighter teeth have become more accessible as technology has advanced to greater heights. There are a variety of transparent aligners and invisible braces on the market that can straighten your teeth without letting others know that you're wearing them.
  • Can A Tooth Be Pushed Back Into Its Place?
    In many cases, the tooth will shift into position on its own. In some circumstances, however, doctors at the dental clinic have many options for pushing the tooth back if necessary.
bottom of page