Caring For Your Teeth & Gums
Periodontitis has been known to lead to tooth loss and complicated general health issues if not treated appropriately. However, for gum disease or periodontal disease that has not progressed to advanced stages, proper cleaning can successfully correct the condition, protecting your smile and overall wellness.
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Robert F. Walker Jr. DDS comfortably and effectively treats periodontitis through periodontal gum therapy.
Treatment begins with an assessment of your mouth to determine the severity of the gum disease and potential treatment options. Using advanced techniques and tools, periodontal gum therapy may include treatments such as deep pocket therapy or scaling and root planing. These treatments are often accomplished safely and virtually pain-free using a soft-tissue laser. If necessary, low-dose antibiotics may be used as a treatment method. Prevention and early diagnosis are key.