GUM DISEASE TREATMENT - Midland, TX

Surgical and Non-Surgical Solutions to Gum Disease

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It's Essential To Detect Gum Disease As Early As Possible For A Healthy Mouth.

The Damaging Effects of Untreated Gum Disease

Millions of people with gum disease don’t even know they have it which is why regular checkups with the dentist are so important. Gum disease, otherwise known as periodontal disease, is a progressive infection of the gums that can cause irreversible damage to the gums and teeth if left untreated. In most cases, the cause is poor oral hygiene which means this disease can be prevented.

In addition to increasing the risk of tooth loss, gum disease has been linked to several systemic health conditions, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. This is why it’s more important than ever to pay attention to gum disease symptoms, receive timely treatment, and stick with a periodontal maintenance plan to keep the gums free and clear of any signs of infection.

Gum Disease Symptoms

  • Swollen or tender gums
  • Bleeding while brushing
  • Tooth sensitivity
  • Gum recession
  • Pus developing around tooth root
  • Deep pockets around teeth
  • Loose teeth
  • Bone loss
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Comprehensive Periodontal Disease Treatment from Experienced Doctors

There are now more options than ever for treating gum disease in Midland, TX, including less invasive, gentler treatments like laser therapy. Our doctors have extensive experience working with patients who have mild to severe periodontal disease and can create a comprehensive treatment plan to help you achieve optimal oral health.

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Gum Disease Treatment in Midland, TX

Our doctors at The Dental Studio in Midland offer several options for treating gum disease for mild to severe cases. We offer scaling and root planing for mild cases, minimally invasive laser treatment for mild to moderate stages, and osseous surgery when those options haven’t been completely effective. After treatment is complete, you will need to come in for periodontal maintenance visits to ensure the gums stay free of an infection and are healing properly.

Do You Have Signs of Gum Disease?