Periodontology Gum Diseases Treatment

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What is periodontology?

Gum disease is inflammation and decay of the gum tissue and jawbone caused by the buildup of plaque and tartar (hardened plaque). Similar to tooth decay, gum disease is caused by poor oral hygiene. The same kind of microbes and food residues in the mouth settle in the “pockets” where the tooth surface and the gum line meet. Plaque then builds up in these areas and often travels below the gum line. Gum disease begins as gingivitis. The progression of this mildest form of gum disease can be quickly stopped and easily reversed with improved oral hygiene. If gingivitis is not treated, periodontitis progresses to the disease. This is a moderate to severe form of gum disease in which significant damage can occur to the gums and the jawbone that supports the teeth. In the worst case of periodontal disease, teeth begin to loosen and tooth loss can occur. Patients with periodontal disease require intervention and treatment by a dentist. Any medication he will use will not cure the disease on its own.

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What Are Gum Diseases?

Periodontitis, also called gum disease, is a serious gum infection that damages soft tissue and can destroy the bone that supports your teeth without treatment. Periodontitis can cause loosening of the teeth or loss of teeth.
Periodontitis is a common disease, but it is largely preventable. It usually occurs as a result of poor oral hygiene. Brushing at least twice a day, flossing daily, and having regular dental checkups can greatly increase your chances of successful treatment for periodontitis.
Gum diseases are as follows;


Chronic periodontitis

Aggressive periodontitis

With periodontitis associated with systemic diseases

Periodontal diseases causing necrosis

Gum abscess and periodontal abscesses

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How Long Does Periodontology Treatment Take?

Periodontology treatment can vary between 3 weeks and 6 months, depending on the severity of the disease. After the treatment, regular check-ups at 3-6 month intervals are required.

What are Gum Treatments?

Flap surgery/pocket reduction surgery: During this procedure, the gums are pulled back and tartar is removed. In some cases, the uneven surfaces of the damaged bone are smoothed out. This limits areas where disease-causing bacteria can hide. The gums are then placed so that the tissue fits tightly around the tooth. Reducing the space between the gum and tooth also limits the areas where harmful bacteria can grow. It also reduces the chance of serious health problems that may result from periodontal disease.

Bone grafts: Bone grafts use pieces of your own bone, synthetic bone, or donated bone. Grafts replace bone in areas destroyed by periodontal disease and help bone regrow. This ensures that the teeth are securely attached to the bone. Another procedure, called tissue engineering, prompts your own body to quickly create new bone and tissue.

Soft tissue grafts: This procedure strengthens thin gums or fills in areas where the gums have receded. The grafted tissue, which is usually taken from the roof of the mouth, is then sutured in place.

Directed tissue regeneration: This procedure, performed when the bone supporting your teeth is destroyed, inhibits the growth of bone and gum tissue. A small piece of net-like fabric is placed between the bone and gum tissue, which is done in conjunction with flap surgery. This prevents the gum tissue from growing into the area where the bone should be, allowing the bone and connective tissue to regrow to better support the teeth.

Bone surgery: Bone surgery corrects shallow craters in bone due to moderate to severe bone loss. After flap surgery, the bone around the tooth is reshaped to reduce craters. This makes it difficult for bacteria to collect and grow.


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How can periodontal diseases be prevented?

Periodontal diseases can be prevented by keeping the mouth healthy with regular oral care at the maximum level. In addition, smoking causes necrosis, which in turn causes periodontal disorders.

What causes bleeding gums?
The main cause is plaque accumulating on the gum line. When plaque hardens within the tartar, it causes bleeding and a more advanced disease of the gums and jaws known as periodontitis.
What is chronic gum disease?
It is a serious gum infection. It damages the soft tissue around the teeth. If left untreated, it can lead to serious osteoporosis problems.
What is aggressive gum disease?
Periodontitis is a disease in which the disease progresses aggressively and destructively. The body may not respond to the treatment for this disease and may need to be supported with antibiotic treatment.
What does periodontal aesthetics mean?
Also known as gingival aesthetics. It is the treatment to bring the gums to an even level and to remove this extra gum in people who have too much gums.
Does calculus form again after dental calculus cleaning?
This is a factor that depends on personal oral care. In the process of regular brushing and flossing, tartar forms.
What causes gum recession?
Neglect of teeth and gum care, genetic factors, bone diseases that occurred at that time are the biggest causes.
Do gingival diseases impair general health?
Yes. Especially recent researches; It turns out that bacteria and inflammation in the mouth are also linked to other problems, such as heart attacks and dementia. It can also increase the risk of complications of many diseases (stroke and diabetes, etc.).