The type and severity of the disease determine the best periodontal treatment strategy. Periodontal disease will be examined for and the most effective course of treatment will be suggested by your dentist and dental hygienist.
Periodontal disease When the sulcus (pocket or space) between the tooth and gum fills with bacteria, plaque and tartar, irritating the surrounding tissue while these irritants remain in the pocket it can damaging the jaw and eventually the bone that supports the teeth!
If the disease is caught in the early stages of gingivitis, and no irreversible damage has been done, scaling and polishing will be completed to remove any plaque and calculus and to disrupt the bacteria that has accumulated. You will also be given instructions on improving your daily oral hygiene habits and a proper interval for hygiene maintenance will be recommended.
If the disease has progressed to an advanced stage, stitches and root canals will be recommended. One side of the face is usually numb. This procedure involves the removal of tartar, plaque and toxins above and below the gum line and smoothing out the rough patches on the gum surface (planing) This procedure helps heal the gums and reduces pockets . They will give you instructions to improve your daily oral hygiene practices and recommend appropriate preparation time.
If the pockets do not heal after stretching and rooting, root canal surgery may be necessary to reduce the depth of the pocket, making it easier to clean the teeth Your dentist will also recommend see a dentist (anal and supportive bone specialist).