Restore Your Oral Health And Smiling Confidence With Non-Surgical Gum Treatment
Maintaining healthy gums is essential for overall oral health. Gum disease, or periodontal disease, is a common condition affecting millions of people worldwide. At Methuen Family Dentistry in Methuen, our non-surgical gum treatment options can address gum disease early and prevent its progression.
What are the symptoms of gum disease?
Gum disease can present a range of symptoms, including red, swollen, or bleeding gums, persistent bad breath, a receding gum line, loose or sensitive teeth, and changes in bite alignment. Gum disease can lead to more severe complications, such as tooth loss and bone damage, if left untreated.
What is involved in non-surgical gum treatment?
Non-surgical gum treatment, also known as scaling and root planing, is a highly effective way to address gum disease in its early stages. This procedure involves a deep cleaning of the gum pockets, where bacteria and plaque accumulate. Using specialized instruments, our dentist can remove tartar and plaque from above and below the gum line and smooth the tooth roots to prevent further bacterial growth. This process eliminates harmful bacteria, promotes gum reattachment, and reduces inflammation.
What are the benefits of non-surgical gum treatment?
Non-surgical gum treatment is a minimally invasive procedure that does not require surgery or incisions, making it more comfortable and accessible to patients. It can halt the progression of gum disease, preventing further damage and tooth loss, and helps restore healthy gum tissue, improving overall oral health and enhancing the appearance of your smile. By promptly addressing gum disease, you can avoid costly and invasive treatments in the future.
Don't neglect the health of your gums! If you experience any symptoms of gum disease, contact us today for non-surgical gum treatment. Remember, healthy gums are the foundation of a beautiful smile!
Contact Methuen Family Dentistry About Non-Surgical Gum Treatment Today!
- Halt the progression of gum disease
- Save teeth from possible extraction
- Freshen bad breath (halitosis)
- Get relief from swollen, bleeding gums
- Prioritize your oral health!