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Periodontics Treatment in Aberdeen

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Periodontics

Get yourself a bright and beautiful smile by prioritising gum health. Our specialised periodontal treatments treat gum diseases, replace missing teeth, and preserve the foundation of your smile. Choose Cove Dental and Implant Clinic to maintain optimal gum health and keep your mouth in perfect condition.

Periodontics

Periodontics is a field of dentistry that focuses on the support structures of teeth and preventing gum diseases such as swollen gums. Ignoring gum health can cause gum recession and bone density loss over time. Periodontics includes multiple treatments such as surgical corrections, dental implants, and oral health maintenance procedures.

Preventive Measures

At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic, we prioritise preventing and treating gum disease to avoid serious teeth health complications. Regular oral hygiene routines like brushing twice daily, flossing, and using interdental brushes can help remove plaque. Schedule routine visits to our hygienists for thorough cleaning as it will eliminate bacteria and maintain periodontal health.

Recognising Gum Disease Progression

Untreated gum disease can progress to periodontitis, where immune system overreaction results in gum tissue recession. This stage needs thorough cleaning and continuous maintenance. Periodontitis requires lifelong attention to prevent further deterioration.

Periodontal Therapy Techniques

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Scaling and Root Planing:

These deep-cleaning methods remove plaque and tartar under gum tissues which is crucial for gum disease control.

Gum Grafting:

Replacement of lost gum tissue protects tooth roots. It can be done through transplanting healthy tissue or utilising donor tissue.

Periodontal Laser Treatment:

Laser removal of diseased gum tissue provides benefits like reduced discomfort and minimal gum shrinkage as compared to traditional oral surgery.

Crown Lengthening Surgery:

Surgical exposure of covered tooth structure provides both cosmetic and functional purposes. It helps in securing dental crowns and enhancing smile aesthetics.

Dental Implants:

Titanium implants are inserted into the jawbone and covered with dental crowns to make it an effective solution for tooth replacement.
Focusing on periodontal health is essential for preserving overall oral well-being. With the right periodontal therapy choices, Cove Dental and Implant Clinic can help in the effective management of gum disease and related complications.

Pricing

Break the financial barriers to achieve your dream smile. At Cove Dental and Implant Clinic, we provide 0% Interest-Free Finance for dental treatments above £700 which makes treatment accessible to everyone. Get interest-free financing for up to 12 months. Contact our team for further details.

Reserve your Spot at Cove Dental and Implant Clinic

Experience tailored care for gum disease, dental implants, and cosmetic gum procedures in Aberdeen. Our advanced dental implant services provide natural-looking results. We also specialise in gum grafting to treat receding gums and crown lengthening to boost the symmetry of your gum line. Our periodontists prioritise patient comfort and create personalised plans for optimal oral health. Schedule an appointment with our friendly team today.

Frequently Asked Questions

A periodontist is a dentist who is an expert in the support structures of teeth and treating issues like gum disease, gum recession, and bone loss.
You should consult a periodontist if you see gum problems like persistent bad breath or loose teeth. Timely checkups can stop further dental complications.
Periodontists offer treatments such as scaling, root planing, gum grafting, periodontal plastic surgery, laser therapy, crown lengthening, and dental implants.
Periodontal treatments can involve some discomfort but it’s easily managable with local anesthesia. The extent of the pain varies depending on the procedure and the patient’s pain tolerance.
The duration of periodontal treatment is based on the particular procedure and the severity of the condition. Some treatments may need multiple sessions while others can be completed in a single appointment.
Yes, a general dentist can provide specific periodontal treatments, such as routine cleanings, scaling, and root planing. However, for more complex cases or specialised procedures, a referral to a periodontist may be advised.