Gum Disease Treatment in Rajnandgaon
Symptoms of Gum Disease
You may need to see a periodontist for gum disease treatment if you’re experiencing signs of:
- Bleeding gums
- Gum recession
- “Long teeth”
- Halitosis (chronic bad breath)
- Heavy tartar buildup
- Swollen, sensitive gums
- Spaces between teeth
- Food trapping between teeth
- Tooth mobility or loss
During your exam, we’ll use diagnostic X-rays and a special tool to measure the attachment levels of your gum and bone tissues around each tooth. Depending on the amount of structural loss or detachment there is, you will fall into a category of healthy gums, gingivitis, or mild, moderate, or severe periodontal disease.
Types of Gum Disease Treatment in Rajnandgaon
Not all types of teeth whitening are the same. During your initial consultation, our Aesthetic dentists will discuss the advantages of each method as they pertain to your smile’s needs. For instance, you may prefer Zoom teeth whitening if you’re short on time, or laser teeth whitening if there’s a specific tooth that doesn’t respond well to the whitening gel. We also offer home teeth whitening kits that are easy to use and keep your smile bright for years.
For the majority of individuals, healthy gum tissues are a coral or pink color, regardless of the pigmentation of the rest of their skin. But for others, their gums could either be completely dark or a combination of patchy or splotchy pink and black tissues throughout their mouth. Even if their gums are healthy and free of gum disease, the rare or atypical coloration could be a source of self-consciousness. Especially if a large amount of gum tissue is visible when they’re smiling or laughing.
Thankfully there’s an answer for people who want to bleach their patchy or black gums. Laser gum depigmentation is a safe way to lift the darker pigment out of delicate gum tissue, leaving lighter pink skin behind.
Aesthetic Gum Correction
Aesthetic gum correction typically involves gummy smile treatment, aka “gum recontouring.” If you have a gummy smile, we can use minimally invasive techniques such as laser therapy to gently reduce and reshape the edges of your gum tissues. That way the contour around each tooth is a desired shape and curvature.
Most laser gum correction can be completed in a single appointment. Numbing medication can be used if you have sensitive gums, but it isn’t always necessary. The results are immediate. And since the contouring is performed with a laser, the gum tissues are instantly sealed for reduced bleeding and inflammation. No sutures or surgical dressings are necessary. You’ll have an instantly enhanced smile with practically no recovery time.