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Frequently asked questions about periodontology

Posted on 5/9/2022 by Ronald Watkins
Frequently asked questions about periodontology Periodontal diseases are a disease which is infectious caused by bacteria in the mouth. It affects the tissues which surround the gum and the teeth. Questions mostly asked about periodontology are discussed below; what are the symptoms of periodontal disease. The patient in the initial stages of periodontal diseases may not be able to detect them. Still, a professional can see these signs bleeding and inflammation of the gums when brushing and flossing, foul odor, gums recede, mobility of the teeth are some of the characters periodontal diseases.

What causes periodontal diseases and the factors which are involved in the treatment. The increase and buildup of the bacteria in the mouth and preposition genetic increases the signs of periodontal disease. Smoking, lack of proper oral hygiene, change in the hormonal balance of the teeth, and some illnesses like diabetes also cause periodontal disease.

How the periodontal diseases are treated.

An odonatologist treats periodontal diseases, and the purpose of this process is to reform and reestablish mouth health. This is achieved by reducing the number of bacteria in the mouth of the patient. The odonatologist uses mini-instruments and techniques which are minimally invasive. A disinfection treatment is conducted, which gets rid of the bacteria under the gum. According to the stage of the periodontal disease, the profession might also correct it by a minor surgery which returns the tissues which the periodontal disease has destroyed.

The surgery also allows access to deep areas; the microsurgery is performed with the latest microscopes and microsurgical instruments, reducing aggressiveness and discomfort. Local anesthesia can be applied to minimize discomfort. Sutures should be avoided. Optimal dental care, including brushing and flossing, helps prevent and restore gum health and reduces the risk of reinfection, especially after treatment.
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