Services - Gum Disease

Gum Disease

Inflammation of the gum line can increase to influence the bone that encompasses and support your teeth.

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Gum Recession Treatment

Discover an effective solution to treat receding gums using modern techniques and gum and bone implants. This treatment aims to improve gum health and tooth stability.

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Gum Depigmentation

Gum whitening improves the appearance of dark gums. It is a non-surgical and effective procedure that uses special bleaching materials to unify the color of the gums. In addition, it is safe and fast. Book an appointment to benefit from this treatment

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Aesthetic Gum Correction

Aesthetic Gum Correction

Gum cosmetic correction Improves gum appearance and smile beauty. Precise surgical procedures, laser technology. Consult B CLINIC for assessment, treatment plan for a beautiful smile.

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Gum Craft

Gum Craft improves gum shape and appearance. Qualified dentists, modern techniques. Enhances smile aesthetics. Safe and effective. Book now for this innovative treatment.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Treatment Of Gingival Disease

Treatment Of Gingival Disease

Gum disease treatment includes diagnosis, treatment of inflammation, tartar, recession, bleeding. Modern techniques like lasers for effective, comfortable results. Consult dentist for evaluation, treatment plan for healthier gums, beautiful smile.

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Why Choose Us Gum Disease

Stops the disease from advancing further

Reduces the risk of losing teeth

Addresses the cause of halitosis

Lowers gum swelling and redness

Enhances general health by reducing oral bacteria

Helps regain a healthy-looking smile


Most Frequently Asked Questions

Gum disease is caused by plaque, a sticky film of bacteria that forms on the teeth and gums. Plaque can harden into tartar, which can only be removed by a dentist. Plaque and tartar irritate the gums and cause them to become inflamed and infected. Other factors that can increase the risk of gum disease include smoking, diabetes, hormonal changes, medications, and genetic susceptibility.
The symptoms of gum disease may vary depending on the stage and severity of the condition. However, some of the common signs of gum disease are: red, swollen, or bleeding gums, bad breath or bad taste in the mouth, receding gums or longer-looking teeth, loose or shifting teeth, and changes in the way the teeth fit together or the way dentures fit.
Gum disease is diagnosed by a dentist or a dental hygienist, who will examine your mouth and look for signs of inflammation, infection, or damage. They will also measure the depth of the pockets between your teeth and gums, which indicate how much bone and tissue have been lost. They may also take dental x-rays to check for bone loss and other problems.
The treatment of gum disease depends on the stage and severity of the condition, as well as the patient's overall health and response to previous treatments. The main goal of treatment is to control the infection and prevent further damage. The treatment may include: professional dental cleaning, scaling and root planing (deep cleaning), antibiotics, antiseptic mouthwash, surgery, or laser therapy.
Gum disease can be prevented by maintaining good oral hygiene and visiting the dentist regularly. Some of the preventive measures are: brushing your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, flossing daily, using a mouthwash, avoiding tobacco products, limiting sugary and acidic foods and drinks, eating a balanced diet, and managing any medical conditions that may affect your oral health.

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