GUM DISEASE (Pyorrhoea)

REASONS OF OCCURENCE:

  • Improper and inadequate brushing
  • Poor Oral Hygiene.
  • Plaque
  • Tartar
  • Plaque
  • Pyorrhea due to irregular teeth
  • Diabetic patient

Signs and Symptoms:

  • Bleeding gums
  • Swollen and Red gums
  • Bad breath
  • Tartar
  • Plaque
  • Pus oozing from gums
  • Mild sensitivity
  • Loosening of teeth

Treatment Procedure:

  • This is a painless disease, so many times it remains unnoticed by the patient
    • If diagnosed early, teeth can be saved from Pyorrhoea

If the disease is in Initial Stage:

(A) Cleaning (Scaling) teeth.
  • This is the primary line of treatment with the help of our latest technology -> Ultrasonic Scaler.
  • MYTH: Cleaning/Scaling the teeth weakens the teeth and make them more sensitive.
  • TRUTH: Cleaning/Scaling strengthens the teeth
  • When gum disease has reached in second stage, surgical treatment is advisable known as FLAP SURGERY
(B) Laser surgery is used for treating gum diseases by LAP(Laser Assisted Periodontal surgery).

Treatment Procedure:

  • Local anesthesia
  • Gum flap in some cases
  • Debris removal
  • Cleaning with advanced LED Ultrasonic Scaler and chemical disinfectants.
  • Bone Graft (bone powder) in case of bone loss used to regenerated new bone.
  • Sutured back to original position of opened gums.

Advantages Of Laser:

  • Less time
  • Fast healing
  • Less or no bleeding
  • Less trauma
  • More comfort
(C) Uses of laser
  • In removing gum pigmentation

Use of LASER in ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

Splinting of fiber in case of mobile front teeth and bone loss

Splinting of fibre helps to reduce tooth mobility