Periodontal Treatment From Your Dentists in Windham

Periodontal disease, also commonly referred to as gum disease, is a condition that affects the gums and other tissues surrounding the teeth. This condition is quite common, affecting over 47% of adults over the age of 30. In most cases, periodontal disease is caused by poor oral hygiene practices, as well as tobacco use and certain medications. However, some people are also genetically predisposed to periodontal disease due to an imbalance in their body's inflammatory response.

Regardless of its source, the periodontal disease poses serious risks if left untreated. Over time, it can lead to tooth loss and severe bone loss around the affected areas. Additionally, periodontal disease has been linked with other serious health problems such as heart disease and diabetes.

When it comes to treating this disease, a variety of options are available. Some of the most effective and commonly used procedures include professional deep cleanings, root planing, gum grafting, and laser treatments.

If you suspect you may be experiencing periodontal disease and are looking for an effective treatment option to protect and care for your smile, call us today to arrange a thorough examination and treatment consultation!

At Lifetime Dental Health in Windham, our team of dentists is committed to helping patients prevent and treat periodontal disease through early detection and advanced treatment protocols. Whether you have periodontal disease or are simply at risk for developing this condition, we have the expertise and technology needed to help you maintain strong teeth and healthy gums for years to come. So if you're looking for quality dental care in a supportive environment, contact us today.

Get In Touch With Us About Periodontal Treatment Today

  • Protect your teeth, gums, and jawbone
  • Prevent bone and tooth loss
  • Treat areas of gum recession
  • Prevent the spread of infection to other areas of your body
  • Strengthen your oral health for life!

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