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What is done in periodontal maintenance?

Posted on 11/22/2021 by Janice K. Pliszczak, DDS
What is done in periodontal maintenance?Supragingival cleaning - The dentist will use scaling instruments to clean the region above the gum line of carious lesions.

Subgingival cleaning - This is the essential stage for individuals with periodontal disease because it allows the dentist to extract debris and germs from the gum cavities and under the gum line.

Root planning is the polishing of the tooth root by the dentist to remove any residual germs. Because these germs are very harmful, removing them is one of the dentist's main objectives. For more information or to schedule your next appointment, call our office today.

What is periodontal maintenance?

Periodontal maintenance is a term that refers to the care of one's teeth. It is a cleaning treatment that is used to clean the teeth thoroughly. Periodontal monitoring is a vital tooth therapy for slowing the growth of periodontitis.

Periodontal disease and gingivitis develop when bacteria from filth inhabit periodontium further out on the gum tissue. These bacteria colonies generate significant inflammation and discomfort, resulting in persistent chronic inflammation in the body. For more information call our office today.

What are the benefits of periodontal maintenance?

Tartar removal - If left untreated, tartar and hardening of the arteries, both above and below the gum line, can cause significant periodontal issues. Even with the finest brushing and flossing procedures, removing dirt, germs, and stains from gum spaces can be challenging. To detect and treat issues like gum and thrombus, a dentist's skilled eye and appropriate dental tools are required.

Aesthetics - It is difficult to be confident in a smile compromised by yellowing, discolored teeth. Management can remove unattractive stains from the teeth and restore the smile to its former beauty.

Fresher breath - Periodontal disease is frequently characterized by persistent foul breath. Bad breath is typically caused by a mix of decaying organic material beneath the gum line, potential sepsis from gum abscess, and periodontal issues. Stearate, mucus, and bacteria elimination improves air and relieves inflammation. Schedule a consultative appointment with us for more information on periodontal.
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