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Periodontal (Gum) Disease Treatment – North Dallas, TX

Comprehensive Gum Care
to Save Your Smile

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a common condition that can afflict your gums and eventually lead to tooth and bone loss. It is an infection of your gums and soft tissues caused by rapidly growing bacteria. Beginning as gingivitis, an inflammation of the gums, gum disease can progress quickly if left untreated. Our seasoned dentist and dental team work hard to both prevent and treat gum disease. You may need gum treatment in Dallas, Texas if you are experiencing any of the signs of gum disease, such as:

  • Bleeding gums
  • Unusually red, swollen, or tender gums
  • A receding gum line, causing teeth to look longer than normal
  • Loose or missing teeth
  • Pain when biting down or chewing

Why Choose Dental Attraction for Periodontal (Gum) Disease Treatment?

  • Dedicated to Routine Maintenance and Follow-Ups
  • Personalized Scaling and Root Planing Therapy
  • Nitrous Oxide Sedation for Nervous Patients

Scaling & Root Planing

In order to stop the infection of your gum tissue from spreading, Dr. Rouhani performs scaling and root planing treatment. Scaling is the process of breaking down plaque from above and below the gumline, the latter of which is not removable through at-home means. In fact, even a basic cleaning is not enough to effectively remove all of it. This is followed by root planing, which works to promote reattachment of the tooth roots to the gums and reduces gum recession.

Periodontal Maintenance

Most periodontal therapy cannot be done in a single appointment. This is because the gums require healing before they can be fully restored. That’s why we always ask our patients to come in to the office every three to four months to not only complete treatment, but specifically confirm that therapy is working. We’ll make adjustments to the treatment as we go in order to get you out of discomfort and stop gum disease in its tracks.

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