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Can A Dentist Cure Gum Problems Completely?

Dentist Cure Gum

Dentists can help you with the early symptoms of gingivitis at regular checkups. Gingivitis is a gum disease which is noticed when you brush your teeth, blood is coming out of your gum.

In the initial stage, it can be brought under control. But if it is left like this and left alone, then the problem becomes very serious. It can never be cured but has to be kept under observation.

The above symptom leads to periodontitis if you do not go and take advice from your local dentist. If periodontitis is left untreated for long, then the situation becomes even worse. And the dentist Marietta can not give you any definite assurance as to how long the treatment would be carried out.

This disease is a very acute stage of gum infection where the gum gets attacked by bacterial germs and the gum gets pulled away from the teeth.

While gingivitis is not as harmful as periodontitis, it can be treated well with proper care, medication and regular checkups.

This is because the bacterial infection causes serious infection to the tooth gum and also affects the bone that holds the teeth and its gum.

It can not be definitely calculated as to how long the dentist would take to settle down the problem. But of course, there are ways to reduce the risks and losses.

The following ways would help you to sort out your tooth problems:

  1. Scaling– This technique involves cleaning the tartar due to bacterial infection on the lower and upper portion of the gum line.
  2. Root planing is another cleansing method of teeth roots that are subjected to infection.
  3. Laser removal technique of bacterially affected parts of the tooth gums.
  4. Applying proper medicines gives relief to the gums which are likely to get away from the teeth.
  5. Surgery involves the removal of pockets.
  6. Bone and tissue grafting rejuvenates bone and tissue growth.

There are lots of treatments for gum tissues. This depends on the situation, how the patient has been kept away from consulting, the seriousness of the problem and the overall health conditions.

Treatment includes both nonsurgical treatments to stop further infection as well as surgeries to restore the former condition of the teeth gums. Non-surgical treatments are as follows:

1. Dental cleaning

During checkups, the dental surgeon might remove the hardened portions that have been covered as a layer over the tooth surface and can only be cleaned by the dentist Folsom himself.

This application is necessary as it prevents the growth of plaque or tartar around the teeth’ surface. Hence it is a preventive measure.

2. Scaling and root planing

This deep clean involves applying anaesthesia on the gums and removing the layers that form on the tooth and gums and smoothening the dark spots on the root canals.

Surgical treatments for the tooth gums:

  1. Flap surgery– This method involves the removal of the tartar by lifting the gums backwards. This might also require making the damaged areas smooth by reducing the areas where the diseased bacteria might grow.

The gums are then placed into positions where it sets themselves with the teeth. This procedure minimizes the gaps between the tooth and its gum. Therefore the harmful bacteria are unable to grow and cause health issues.

  1. Bone grafts– This is a treatment which involves the application of your own bone fragments, or donated ones to adjust the bone spoiled by infection. These grafts help in the growth of bones which restores stability.
  2. Soft tissue growth– This technique involves applying thin tissues to supplement the losses caused by bacteria. The grafted tissue is taken from the lips area and then clinically placed over the area where the gum has been reduced.
  3. Tissue regeneration– When the bones that give support to your teeth are destroyed, this technique helps in your bone and tissue growth.

This is done along with flap surgery, a small piece of cloth or loin is applied in between the bone and gum. This helps in the growth of bones where they should be growing, thereby allowing the growth combination in support of the teeth.

  1. Bone surgery– This makes the hollow gaps get smooth on account of bone loss. By following the flap surgery, the bone around the teeth gets a definite shape to reduce the cavities. Therefore the bacteria are not able to find their place in the gums.

In some cases, nonsurgical treatments are all that are required to treat the gum disease. While in many cases, when the condition is serious and demands the application of surgical procedures.

Carlos Nimmy
Carlos Nimmy
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