Gum Disease Treatment - San Antonio, TX
Don’t Let Gum Disease Damage Your Smile
Why Treat Gum Disease?
Gum disease may start quietly. At first, you may notice your gums feel tender or bleed when you brush and floss. When plaque and calculus are allowed to accumulate on your teeth, your gums become inflamed and tender before pulling away from your teeth. If left unchecked, this infection can cause more than a little pink in the sink, though. Gum disease can lead to tooth loss, bone loss, and even cause systemic health conditions like cardiovascular disease, stroke, or diabetes complications.
The great news is that gum disease is preventable—and curable at an early stage! Just be sure to brush and floss your teeth and have regular professional teeth cleanings and checkups. If you do require care for gum disease in San Antonio, TX, we’re the team to trust. We partner with multiple insurance companies to ensure your entire treatment process is easy and painless. Our skilled, caring dental team at Preferred Dental Center offers the highly effective, minimally invasive treatments you need to keep infection under control and maintain proper oral health for years to come. Contact us at the first appearance of symptoms!
Gum Disease Warning Signs
Targeted Treatment for Gum Disease
We provide multiple treatments for gum disease in San Antonio, TX, depending on the severity of your case and the stage of gum disease you’re in. We’ll begin with a consultation that includes an oral examination. Our dentist will assess your current oral health and provide you with a customized treatment plan that reflects your unique needs. Depending in your treatment and your anxiety level we may offer calming sedation dentistry to guarantee you’re comfortable throughout your visit. With proper treatment, maintenance, and good oral health habits, gum disease doesn’t have to damage your smile again. Most importantly, a smile free from bacteria and infection helps you live an overall healthy lifestyle!
Key Gum Disease Treatments
Scaling and Root Planing
Stop gum disease before it’s too late!
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