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Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal Therapy

Periodontal disease, also called gum disease, is a very common oral health issue that many people can struggle with over a lifetime. According to the American Dental Association, nearly half of Americans have suffered from some form of periodontal disease. Gum disease is a result of an infection caused by bacteria that contaminates the soft tissue that surrounds and supports the teeth. Definition Dental always encourages our patients to undergo at least two professional cleanings and exams each year to help ensure proper oral health, including screening for periodontal symptoms. For some patients, the onset of gum disease goes unnoticed, and untreated. Because early Symptoms of gum disease often show no signs or pain, it often goes untreated with detrimental results. If left untreated and without General dental care, gum disease leads to periodontitis and possibly tooth loss.

Treatment for Periodontitis

At Definition Dental, the team of experienced dental professionals can provide individualized care to those who suffer from periodontal disease. If you have been diagnosed with gum disease, there are treatment options. With modern dentistry tools, equipment and education, Definition Dental is able to provide patients with a path to good oral health. We work together with our patients to help educate, inform and find solutions to oral health problems. Treatment for periodontitis is minimally invasive, and the team at Definition Dental will assure patients comfort is the top priority.

Deep Cleaning, Scaling and Root Planing

Periodontal disease can be detrimental to the health of your smile and can even affect your overall health. Periodontitis is linked to health issues such as strokes, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. If you suffer from periodontal disease, treatments can include: deep cleaning, scaling and root planing. Each method is designed to remove dental tarter from the surface of the teeth, down to the root beneath the gums. If you are concerned about your oral health, Contact For Dental Care Today Beaverton to schedule a consultation.

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