Gum Treatment

Periodontal Treatment

Periodontitis, also known as advanced gum disease affects a large number of people over the age of 30. Despite affecting so many people, many patients tend to ignore it, thus resulting in tooth loss. We provide advanced treatment options for the periodontal disease. Using the latest techniques and minor periodontal surgical procedures, our periodontist can solve your gum problems comprehensively.

PROCEDURES TO TREAT GUM DISEASE

 

  • Periodontal surgery (pocket reduction procedure and regenerative procedure, soft tissue grafts)

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  • Laser: Our periodontist uses a laser to treat many gum problems thus avoiding surgery. Laser-assisted treatment ensures more comfort, no bleeding and very fast healing for our patients. Sometimes within two days, your gums will look completely normal after laser surgery

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  • Cosmetic gum surgery (correction of a gummy smile, making dark gums into pink, root coverage procedures to cover the exposed roots/long teeth) helps to create a beautiful smile

 

          Remember healthy gums can make your teeth last a lifetime.

 

  • Minimally invasive and precise procedure with no cutting and suturing

  • Less discomfort less during and after surgery as compared to standard surgeries

  • Fewer visits to the dentist as compared to traditional surgeries

  • Minimal shrinkage of the gums following the treatment 

  • Less or no swelling after surgery

  • Faster recovery time – normally within 24 hours

  • Safe for patients with health concerns such as diabetes, hemophilia, or those taking medications such as Plavix or aspirin

In periodontal laser therapy, the provider uses a dental laser to access and remove the inflamed gum tissue from around the root of the tooth. When the infected tissue is removed and the root is exposed, the root scaling begins. This involves scraping off the calculus and plaque built up below the gumline and around the root. The dentist then smoothes the root with instruments to remove any rough spots that might attract bacteria and cause future infections. The area between the gum and the root can then regenerate during the healing process.

SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT

Your oral Hygiene is not only about teeth, but it also involves gums and oral tissues care.

To discuss our treatment options further or to schedule a consultation at our locations in Heliopolis, Cairo, contact us or call on 0122-227-6222. We look forward to providing the guidance and support you need!

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