Periimplantitis treatment

Periodontitis is inflammation of the periodontium – the connective tissues that hold the tooth root in the bone.

Modern dental technologies now allow dentists to successfully treat periodontitis, avoiding tooth extraction, which was impossible just a few years ago. Since the periodontium (the tissues surrounding the tooth) and the periodontium are closely interconnected, inflammatory processes from one area can easily spread to another.

Periodontitis is a common complication after untreated or poorly treated cavities, pulpitis, or previously untreated root canals. This condition can have acute or chronic forms clinically and can be infectious or non-infectious in origin.

Among the causes of non-infectious periodontitis, various types of trauma, such as bruises and excessive consumption of hard food, are leading. The disease can also be provoked by chronic microtraumas that occur with smoking pipes, habitually biting pencils, and so on.

The main symptoms of acute periodontitis include:

  • sharp pain when biting;
  • feeling of a “raised tooth”;
  • swelling of the gums and surrounding tissues;
  • tooth mobility;
  • pulsating pain, which intensifies when tapping on the tooth.

Treatment of Periodontitis

  • EXPERIENCE. Since the opening of the clinic, our dental therapists have been treating periodontitis of any form.
  • TECHNOLOGY FOR PRESERVING TOOTH LIFE. If there is even the slightest chance of saving a tooth that will serve for several more years, our doctors will take all possible measures to preserve the tooth’s life. Therefore, it is recommended to see a doctor as soon as possible.
  • PAINLESS PERIODONTITIS TREATMENT. The use of local anesthesia allows treatment to be completely painless.
  • SAFETY. For each patient, an individual set of instruments is used in the clinic, which is used only once and opened in front of the patient.

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