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Periodontal Treatment in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Comprehensive Periodontal Care Tailored to Your Needs

Whether facing the early signs of gum inflammation or grappling with the complexities of advanced periodontal disease, prompt intervention is the key to a vibrant smile.

Gum Disease Treatment

Our dynamic periodontal treatments go beyond the conventional, weaving together innovative techniques like scaling and root planing. These not only eradicate stubborn plaque and tartar lurking beneath the gumline but also pave the way for a renewed, healthier you. 

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In more severe cases, surgical procedures like gum grafting or flap surgery may be necessary to restore gum health and prevent further damage. By consulting with a skilled periodontist, you can receive personalized care and effective treatment options tailored to your specific needs, ensuring the best possible outcome for your oral health.

At Paradise Dental Studio, we are committed to helping you achieve and maintain healthy gums and teeth through effective periodontal treatment. If you have any concerns or need periodontal care, please don’t hesitate to contact us to schedule an appointment. Our experienced team is here to support your oral health journey.

Frequently Asked Questions -
Periodontal Treatment

Have Questions? Need Answers?

At Paradise Dental Studio, we’re always here to clarify and guide. Never hesitate to ask; your Dental Health is our top priority!

  • What causes gum disease?

    Gum disease is primarily caused by the accumulation of plaque—a sticky film of bacteria—on the teeth and gums. Poor oral hygiene, smoking, genetics, and certain medical conditions can increase the risk of gum disease.

  • Can I lose teeth due to gum disease?

    Yes, untreated gum disease can lead to tooth loss. Proper treatment and management are crucial to preventing tooth loss.

  • How often should I have periodontal maintenance appointments?

    The frequency of periodontal maintenance appointments may vary based on the severity of your gum disease and your response to treatment. Your dentist will provide personalized recommendations.

  • Is gum surgery painful?

    Gum surgery is performed under local anesthesia, so you should not feel pain. Discomfort and mild swelling may occur after surgery, but these can usually be managed with pain medications and proper care.

  • Can I treat gum disease at home?

    While good oral hygiene is essential, treating gum disease typically requires professional care, including deep cleaning and, in some cases, surgical interventions.

  • How can I prevent gum disease?

    To prevent gum disease, maintain good oral hygiene, attend regular dental check-ups and cleanings, avoid smoking, and manage other risk factors like diabetes.

  • Can gum disease affect my overall health?

    Yes, gum disease has been linked to various systemic health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and respiratory infections. Managing gum disease can contribute to overall health.

  • What are the symptoms of gum disease?

    Symptoms of gum disease include red, swollen gums, bleeding when brushing or flossing, gum recession, tooth sensitivity, and bad breath. Advanced gum disease may involve tooth mobility and pus formation.

  • Is gum disease reversible?

    In its early stages (gingivitis), gum disease is reversible with proper oral care and professional treatment. However, in advanced stages (periodontitis), it can be managed but may not be fully reversible.

  • Can I have cosmetic procedures after gum disease treatment?

    Yes, once gum disease is under control, cosmetic procedures like teeth whitening, veneers, or dental implants can be considered to enhance the appearance of your smile.