Having a periodontal disease not only impacts your oral health but stands as a barrier if you decided to go for dental implants. To get your dental implant placed safely and successfully, you should have good periodontal health with adequate bone quality & density.
What is Periodontal Disease?
Periodontal diseases are a group of oral diseases that affect soft & hard tissues supporting your teeth including bone, gingiva, and periodontal ligaments. They occur as a result of the accumulation of plaques over teeth, making it easy for bacteria to spread into the bone and other surrounding tissues.
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Extraction, Eradicate and Treat
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For mild cases, It would be better for you if you removed tartar & plaques in the early stages. Some treatments might be done for you in the early stages such as Scaling & root planning.
Root planing could be done by removing all tartar accumulated below the gumline using manual & ultrasonic instruments, this procedure is done under local anesthesia for better pain control.
Benefits of a Periodontal Treatment
- Have a good bone quality & density
- Be a great fit for implant placement
- Preserve the health of the remaining teeth
- Get a natural pink gum with a natural contour
- Have a fresh breath & normal social life
- Improve your oral health & do cosmetic dental treatments safely
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