Periodontal Disease
Periodontal Disease

Treating Periodontal Disease in Kitchener

Dental plaque is the main cause of periodontal disease and removing it is essential to your gum health and your overall health. Gum disease (periodontal disease) has serious consequences, and recent studies have linked this condition to secondary health consequences, such as stroke, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Similarly, gum disease may pose significant risks during pregnancy. Certain factors do increase the likelihood of developing periodontal disease including:

  • Family history of gum disease
  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Smoking
  • Preexisting illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and stress.

At Kitchener Dental we offer periodontal therapies that are designed to remove bacteria and diseased tissue, allowing patients to heal and re-establish their oral health. The first sign that many patients notice is bleeding gums or bad breath. While these symptoms are easy to ignore, they are early indicators that you should visit our Kitchener office for care as soon as possible. While symptoms can be slow to progress, many patients delay visiting the dentist, which gives gum disease an opportunity to create complicated problems for your oral health.

Gum Disease Solutions in Kitchener

At our multi-specialty dental office, patients receive comprehensive care for their gum disease. Our team offers many immediate and long-term treatment plans to help patients re-establish their oral health. Our periodontal services include periodontal deep cleaning, which includes root scaling and planing. When treating gum disease, our dentists use state-of-the-art equipment for minimal discomfort and long-lasting oral health.

Preventive gum care depends on the patient maintaining their long-term treatment plan at home. We believe that patient education is the first step to regaining oral health following gum disease. To ensure lasting care, our dentists provide patients with the information and skills needed to maintain healthy soft tissue. When combined with comprehensive in-office care, patients can prevent the re-occurrence of gum disease.

Healthy Gums from Kitchener Dental

Our multi-disciplinary dental team offers experienced, compassionate care. We believe that preventive care and patient education can help patients regain control of their oral health following comprehensive treatment for periodontal disease. For patients whose teeth have been severely damaged by gum disease, we offer restorations that can help repair or replace teeth, such as root canals and dental implants.

Our professional team can help you achieve and maintain a healthy smile that you can enjoy for life. For more information on periodontal services at our Kitchener office, please contact us today to schedule your appointment.



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