Gum care is an essential part of maintaining good oral health. At Solis Dental Clinic in Dubai, we provide expert gum care services to help our patients achieve optimal gum health and prevent gum disease.
Gum care involves regular cleaning and maintenance of your gums to prevent gum disease and other oral health issues. Gum disease is a common problem that occurs when plaque and bacteria build up on your teeth and gums, causing inflammation and infection.
At Solis Dental Clinic in Dubai, we offer expert gum care services to provide several benefits, including:
At Solis Dental Clinic in Dubai, we are committed to providing our patients with the best dental care services. Here are a few reasons why you should choose us for your gum care:
If you’re looking for expert gum care services in Dubai, Solis Dental Clinic is here to help. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and learn more about how we can help you achieve optimal gum health and improve your overall oral health.
At Solis Dental Clinic, we diagnose periodontitis by inspecting the soft gum tissues around the teeth using a special probe and by evaluating the patient’s X-ray films to determine the extent of bone loss. Periodontal treatment for periodontitis involves root surface debridement (the removal of damaged tissue), and regenerative procedures (to regenerate some of the lost bone and tissue) which are surgical procedures such as bone grafting and soft tissue grafts.
Furthermore, we can even use Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) therapy in treating periodontal disease as it helps reduce pain and swelling which in turn enhances the healing process.
All gum diseases (even dental cavities) are primarily caused by dental plaque — a colorless mass of harmful bacteria that grows on teeth when food interacts with bacteria normally present in the mouth. After 48 hours of growth, these bacteria release toxins that inflame the gum tissue which is the start of the process that leads to gum disease. Plaque re-forms quickly and hence requires daily removal. Hardened dental plaque is called tartar (which is pale yellow or brown in color) and is difficult to remove requiring professional dental cleaning.
Gum disease is usually painless and can go undetected until it’s too late. It goes through two stages:
Regularly undertaken oral hygiene measures will go a long way in preventing the onset of gum disease. Proper brushing twice-daily, daily flossing, regular dental check-ups and professional cleaning can help maintain optimal oral hygiene.