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Periodontal Treatment in Norwalk CT

Periodontal disease is the most common and prevalent disease in our society. It initiates with the gum disease, and in its advanced stage, it involves the underlying bone and surrounding structure. If you did get the treatment in its early stage, it can cause an alarming dental consequence.

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Root Scaling and Planing in Norwalk CT

Why you need an early periodontal treatment

Periodontal disease involves the gums and tooth supportive structures. In its early stage, it is called gingivitis or inflammation of gums and in advance, stages called periodontitis. It causes bleeding gums, bad breath, and even tooth mobility and tooth loss. So, before the advancement of the disease, you should stop it in its early stages. Our Dentists in Norwalk CT will help to provide the best periodontal treatment for your teeth.

What is periodontal treatment?

Periodontal treatment is a procedure that helps to remove plaque and calculus (calcified plaque) deposits from your tooth surface. It will help to reduce the bacterial count in your oral cavity and stop the disease process. You can visit our dentist for periodontal treatment.

Periodontal treatment in the early stages

In the early stages of the disease, the best treatment option is the removal of deposits from the tooth surface. Tooth brushing will help to remove the soft deposits, but usually, patients have hard deposits on their tooth surfaces that can't be removed by tooth brushing. In that case, the best periodontal treatment option is dental scaling will help to clean the surfaces of your teeth and stop the disease process. You can book an appointment at Advanced Dental Center, PC in Norwalk CT for dental root scaling.

Periodontal treatment in advancing stage

Once the infectious process involves the bone of the tooth, the treatment option becomes complex. The complete resolution of the disease requires immediate dental assistance. Now the treatment option involves both non-surgical and surgical therapy. Norwalk Dentist Norwalk provides full assistance for the complete resolution of your gum disease.

How can we avoid periodontal disease?

Prevention is better than cure. Brushing twice a day, use of dental floss and a regular dental checkup will help in preventing any dental disease, including periodontal disease. You can also give an immediate dental visit in the early stages of the disease before it causes more complications and late consequences.

If you have any sign of periodontal disease like gum bleeding, bad breath, or soft and hard deposits on the tooth surface. Please give a dental visit for the Periodontal Treatment in Norwalk CT.

Please do not hesitate to contact us online or to call our dental clinic at (203) 364-5084!

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