A person who need gum disease treatment in Baner will typically have one or more of the following signs and symptoms
- inflamed or swollen gums
- bright red, sometimes purple gums, White spots on gums
- pain when the gums are touched
- extra spaces appearing between the teeth
- pus between the teeth and gums
- bleeding when brushing teeth or flossing
- a bad taste in the mouth
- bad breath or mouth odor
- loose teeth and tooth loss
if you found the same symptoms as above, then don’t waste time and contact our periodontist in Pune.
Causes of Gum Disease In Baner
Improper oral hygiene is the primary cause of gum disease in Baner that allows bacteria But other factors increase the risk of developing gingivitis. Here are some of the most common Causes of Gum Disease.
- Improper dental care.
- Smoking and chewing tobacco.
- Alcohol consumption.
- Poor Diet such as High in Sugar and Low in water intake.
- excessive stress.
- Crooked, rotated, or overlapping teeth.
- Hormonal changes in puberty, pregnancy.
- Cancer and cancer treatments.
- Mouth breathing.
- Poor saliva production.
Diagnosis and Treatment
To determine whether you have periodontitis, our periodontist may examine your mouth to look for plaque and also measure the pocket depth between gums and teeth. The periodontist may suggest an X-ray to check bone loss(if necessary).
After the Diagnosis, Our periodontist will Make a treatment plan according to the severity of the disease. Treatment may Non-Surgical and Surgical.
Non-Surgical Gum Disease treatment in Baner
Our periodontist Recommends non-surgical treatments are typically only available to patients with mild to moderate periodontal disease.
Scaling and Root Planning
Scaling is the popular non-surgical treatment used to remove the tartar and bacteria plaque from over the tooth and from under the gums. Root planning softens the root surface and removes the bacteria that responsible for the Inflammation. Root planning also Avoids further buildup of plaque
Sometimes plaque and inflammation of gum tissue can control using antibiotics. antibiotic mouth rinses or gels containing antibiotics can be used to eliminate bacteria from the gums.
Surgical Gum Disease treatment in Baner
If you have critical periodontitis, treatment may require dental surgery, such as
Flap surgery/pocket reduction surgery
In this procedure, the gums are lifted back and tartar is removed and the damaged bone is smoothed. The gums are then placed so that the tissue fits around the tooth. Reducing the space between the tooth and gum also restricts the areas where dangerous bacteria can grow.
Bone grafting Surgery
This procedure is performed when the bone surrounding your tooth root is destroyed by periodontal disease. Bone Graft may be composed of fragments of your bone, Synthetic, or donated bone. Bone grafting makes a strong attachment of the teeth to the bone. It also provides a platform for the growth of natural bone.
Tissue grafting Surgery
This procedure restores affected gums or fills in places where gums have receded. In this procedure, a small amount of tissue is taken from the roof of your mouth i.e. palate and then stitched to the affected place. This can help reduce further gum recession.