Have you recently been experiencing bad breath you just can’t kick? Notice your gums are bleeding, tender or inflamed? Are pockets forming around your teeth or your gums receding? You may be suffering from an extremely common condition known as periodontal “gum” disease. In fact, periodontitis affects over 64 million Americans! At Richmond Dental we are happy to offer Non-Surgical Gum Therapy in Calgary for our patients that suffer from gingivitis, periodontitis or periodontal gum disease and are interested in relieving their symptoms and managing their condition. Not quite sure if Calgary gum disease treatment is the best option for your smile, gums and overall oral health? Contact Richmond Dental today to schedule your appointment for a non surgical gum therapy in SW, Calgary; we would be happy to get you added for a consultation.
Periodontal gum disease is a condition often caused by poor oral hygiene and improper dental care. As debris, plaque, bacteria and tartar build up in the mouth, it can actually begin to penetrate the gums, leading to infection and damage. As the condition continues to progress, the damage caused actually becomes irreversible and worse. Curing gum disease is only possible during the first stage known as “gingivitis”, following that the condition can only be managed. Ultimate, periodontal gum disease can lead to loose teeth, tooth shifting and even tooth loss.
It is important to treat periodontal disease to stop it from advancing, once the damage has been caused it cannot be repaired easily. Treatment to replace missing bone, tissue and teeth can be extremely expensive and quite invasive. If you notice any symptoms of gum disease such as bleeding, tender, receding or inflamed gums please let us know right away. At Richmond Dental we have a team of trained professionals with avid work experience to to provide you complete gum therapy in SW, Calgary using only the latest technology equipments and techniques.
Think you or a loved one may suffer from periodontal gum disease? Contact Richmond Dental today to schedule an appointment, we are always accepting new patients at our practice and would be happy to get you on our schedule for your periodontal consultation. We can determine if periodontal gum disease treatment in Calgary is the right option for you.