Periodontal Disease

Inflammation of the gingival tissues and/or periodontal membrane of the teeth. This results in a deep gingival sulcus and loss of the supporting aveoloar bone. The mildest form of periodontal disease is gingivitis which can cause red, swollen gums that bleed easily. If left untreated, a patient may develop periodontitis and with time, the bacteria laden plaque can advance below the gumline and eventually cause tooth loss. Patients suffering from periodontal disease may need to consider a Crown, General Dental Work, Gingivectomy as possible treatments.
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