Dr. Varun Saoji & Dr. Priyanka Handa Saoji is a gum disease specialist with Periodontist dentist at (Juhu & Jogeshwari), Mumbai, India. provides Gum disease (Gingivitis) treatment, pyorrhea (Periodontitis) treatment, mobile tooth treatment, foul smell treatment, Bleeding and sore gums treatment by LANAP ( laser assisted new attachment procedure ), flap surgery with or without bone grafting with Advanced Diode laser.
Periodontal disease, also called gum disease, is an infection of the gums and bones that hold the teeth in place. If left untreated, gum disease can cause tooth loss. The good news is, gum disease is easy to prevent with proper dental hygiene and regular dental appointments.
Periodontal, or gum related care is the fourth area benefiting in some cases from dental lasers. Laser dentistry is currently used for recontouring or reshaping gums, removing extra or diseased gum tissue associated with the use of certain medications or periodontal disease, and removing the bacteria in periodontal pockets to promote healing. Healing time and post operative discomfort can be significantly reduced over the traditional surgical methods.
GUM DISEASE HAS MANY detrimental effects on the mouth and body, but not all the information out there is accurate, so we’re here to bust some gum disease myths! The more educated our patients are about dental health issues, the better they’ll be able to avoid them!
Gum Disease Is Irreversible It is definitely possible to reverse gum disease in its earliest stage: gingivitis, but it’s crucial to diagnose and start fighting it as soon as possible. Good oral hygiene habits are usually enough to stop gingivitis in its tracks.
The Only Cause Is Poor Oral Hygiene While inadequate brushing and flossing do make gum disease more likely, so do other things. Tobacco use, smoking, stress, a bad diet, genetics, illnesses such as diabetes, and even pregnancy can all increase the risk of developing gum disease.
Bleeding Gums Are Normal Bleeding gums are the first sign of gum disease. When plaque accumulates around the gum line, it makes the gums swell, bleed, and become tender. With daily brushing and flossing to remove food debris, you can keep your gums healthy.
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