The primary goal of periodontal treatment is to prevent tooth loss. During the treatment process, patients receive education and treatment on issues such as oral hygiene, dental care, and maintenance.
Regular and thorough oral care is crucial in preventing complications such as pain, tooth loss, and surgical intervention. By taking care of your teeth and gums on a daily basis, you can play an active role in maintaining your oral health and preventing the need for extensive treatment.
At our clinic, we provide personalized care and guidance to help you achieve optimal oral health. Don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment and take the first step in protecting your smile.
What are the Symptoms of Periodontal Diseases?
The first sign of periodontal diseases is often bleeding gums, which may be caused by damaged tissues, inflammation, or other problems that develop over time. If you experience bleeding gums when consuming foods that put pressure on the teeth and gums, such as apples, it is important to consult a periodontist as soon as possible.
Other symptoms of periodontal diseases include red, swollen, and shiny gums, tooth and gum sensitivity, and inflammation or discharge of pus from the gums. If you notice any of these symptoms, it is important to seek treatment to prevent further damage to your gums and teeth.