Non-Surgical Gum Therapy

Non-Surgical Gum Therapy in Aurora, ON

When it comes to oral health issues, our teeth and gums are equally vulnerable to damage. Untreated periodontal disease can result in a number of serious consequences, including bone loss, loose teeth, and permanent tooth loss.

Delaying gum disease treatment is also known to increase serious health risks such as stroke, cardiovascular disease, and Alzheimer’s. If you suspect that you may have developed periodontal disease, please call our trained dentist near you as soon as possible.

Do You Need Gum Therapy in Aurora, ON?

If our dentist notices deep gum pockets, it could indicate the onset of early-stage gum disease. We measure the depth of gum pockets using a small, metal probe and the procedure is completely painless.

When bacteria penetrate gum tissue, it results in inflammation, and the gums start to peel away from the tooth, resulting in instability. As the gum disease progresses, it may lead to:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Tenderness or soreness
  • Bleeding (inflamed gums tend to bleed easily)
  • Pus formation
  • Chronic bad breath

Aurora Dentistry offers a comprehensive range of non-surgical gum treatments.

Non-Surgical Gum Therapy Near You

Our experienced dentist, Dr. Eric Rouah, offers several conservative gum disease therapies to relieve symptoms and eliminate the infection. These include:

Deep Cleaning¬†– Deep cleaning, commonly known as ‘scaling and root planing,’ is a procedure that involves cleaning gum pockets below the gum line. We will administer suitable sedation before cleaning the oral plaque. The patient may need a follow-up appointment with our supportive family dentist, Dr. Eric Rouah, to check on the progress and treatment response.

Antibiotics Treatment РOur highly trained dentist in Aurora, ON, may administer topical or systemic antibiotic treatment to eliminate the bacterial infection. We will place topical antibiotics or prescribe medication to be consumed at home. Patients with more severe gum disease symptoms may need antibiotic treatment after scaling and root planing.

Laser technology is often used in combination with traditional treatments like scaling and root planing. It is used to eliminate diseased gum tissue from surrounding tooth roots. After removing plaque and tartar, we then use planing techniques to smooth the tooth roots to promote healing.

Our experienced dentist at Aurora Dentistry has undergone extensive training in the use of laser technology. Our patients can be confident of benefitting from safe and effective laser gum therapy. You can prevent gum disease by optimizing your oral health. This can be done with thorough brushing, rinsing, and flossing and visiting Aurora Dentistry for a regular gum disease screening every six months.

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