Periodontal Treatment in Hudson Oaks, TX

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What Is Periodontal Disease Treatment?

Several kinds of dental concerns, such as gum disease, might possibly impact a patient's overall health. Commonly called periodontal disease, gum disease is an often chronic oral infection that affects a large population of individuals every year. Caused by damaging oral bacteria, periodontal disease is regarded as a major source of tooth loss among people over 35 years old and has been related to several physical health concerns. These bacteria live within plaque deposits that gather on the enamel and produce toxins that eventually start to deteriorate the gumline, bone, and other structures that hold every tooth in the proper position.

Periodontal disease is typically classified into three different levels. The initial stage of periodontal disease is gingivitis, then periodontitis. The final and most dangerous stage of the condition is called advanced periodontitis. Detecting and treating gum disease as early as possible could cease the progress and defend your general wellness. For those who have signs, like puffy or discolored gums, bleeding while brushing or flossing, or frequent offensive breath (often known as halitosis), periodontal disease may be impacting their oral health.

Lush Dental & Implants provides many advanced solutions to address gum disease, no matter the severity. Contact our practice in Hudson Oaks, TX today to set up your biannual comprehensive dental assessment and discover your options to halt gum disease.

How Is Gum Disease Treated?

Identifying and addressing gum disease right away can be necessary to protect the condition of your oral structures. To find out whether periodontal disease is taking a toll on your oral health, our dental professionals will use a precise device to measure the spaces between your gum tissue and tooth roots. If these gaps are more than three millimeters in depth, it could be a matter of concern. Dental x-rays can also enable our team to assess the level of jawbone that supports each tooth and learn if a more advanced stage of gum disease is developing.

At Lush Dental & Implants, we use advanced screenings to identify your current stage of periodontal disease and will craft the best course for treatment. The initial phase of gum disease (gingivitis) is frequently addressed through deep cleaning and proper at-home oral hygiene. To manage periodontitis, the following phase of gum disease, SRP (also known as scaling and root planing) procedures are done and can be coupled with locally administered antibiotics. Final-stage cases of periodontal disease could be best treated through a more intensive method, such as osseous surgery and bone grafting treatments.

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Stop Gum Disease in Its Tracks

Because of our advanced dental care techniques, Lush Dental & Implants can help individuals with gum disease get access to effective services and regain the wellness of their teeth and gums. If you notice one or more issues associated with gum disease, we encourage you to contact our Hudson Oaks, TX practice as early as possible. Our dental practitioners are skilled in a range of procedures to manage every level of gum disease.

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