Periodontal Disease Treatment

February 12, 2019, 505 Dental Associates

Periodontal Disease Treatment
Periodontal Disease Treatment
Periodontal disease, which affects your teeth and gums, can be mild or severe, but both require periodontal treatment. Severe periodontal disease threatens your teeth, as they may loosen and fall out. See your 505 Dental Associates Bronx, NY, for immediate treatment for periodontal disease. If untreated, infection can spread to other parts of your body. You can get periodontal treatment at your dental provider that opens on Saturday to make it more convenient.

Periodontal disease is the group of diseases that affects the tissue supporting and anchoring your teeth. If left untreated, it can result in the destruction of your gums, the alveolar bone — the part of your jaw where your teeth arise — and the outer layer of your tooth root. Periodontal treatment works to arrest or reverse periodontal disease and preserve as much of your natural teeth as possible.

Since periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease, infection can occur in the pockets between your gums and teeth. Infections cause a myriad of problems, including the recession of your gums, loose teeth and eventually, loss of teeth. Additionally, the infection can spread to other parts of your body, making it more difficult to treat. Your dentists, open on Sunday, works to find the treatment for periodontal disease to reverse or contain the infection and preserve the health of your teeth.

Forms and Symptoms of Periodontal Disease

There are four types of periodontal disease, and each is accompanied by escalating symptoms:

  • The mildest and most common form of periodontal disease, gingivitis symptoms include swollen red gums and slight bleeding. Your mouth can contain gingivitis for many years. Your dentist reverses the condition with professional cleaning that you continue with good oral hygiene at home.
  • Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis. Mainly found in young adults, this disease shows up with painful bleeding gums. It can lead to the erosion and death of gum tissue between your teeth. Stress, malnutrition, fatigue and poor oral care all contribute.
  • Adult periodontitis. The most severe periodontal disease, periodontitis, involves more of your gum tissue. Plaque and bacteria reside in deep pockets that form between your teeth and gums. Without treatment, this disease destroys your gum ligaments, allowing teeth to move in your mouth or even fall out. Most cases are chronic, requiring ongoing treatment.
  • Localized juvenile periodontitis. This rare form affects the molars and incisors of a young adult. Even though pockets exist, your Bronx dentist finds a low incidence of bacteria. Periodontal treatment is required to keep the disease from progressing.

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