Gum disease treatment
Gum Disease Treatment in Toronto, Danforth area
Gum Pain in Toronto?
Have you noticed that your gums are bleeding and swollen? Has someone told you that you may have gum disease? (Also called periodontal disease).
Then it may be time for you to seek effective gum disease treatment in Toronto to help preserve the health of your mouth, teeth, and general wellbeing.
What Is Gum Disease?
Gum disease is caused by the bacteria that’s found in plaque. As this plaque hardens into tartar and more plaque forms, the gum line becomes inflamed. Over time, this can affect the surrounding bone that supports your teeth. That’s why there are a number of different stages to gum disease, from gingivitis to advanced periodontitis.
Catching the warning signs early is a must, and these include bleeding gums, swollen and tender gums, bad breath, loose teeth, increased sensitivity to hot or cold foods, and pain when you’re chewing your food.
Now Accepting New Patients
At Twogether Dental, our periodontal treatment are perfect for the whole family. We work with dental technology for your comfort and for effective results. We are a fun and friendly family dentistry that offers a wide range of services in addition to general dentistry – cosmetic dental treatment, restorative dentistry, dental implants, dentures, orthodontics, and more.
What Does Periodontal Treatment Involve?
Here at Twogether Dental, we provide specialist periodontitis treatment that’s tailored to the stage of gum disease you’re suffering from. Early stages (gingivitis) can often be treated with professional cleaning that removes the buildup of plaque and tartar. For more advanced cases, our periodontal disease dentist will perform advanced root planning and scaling to treat the gum infection and diseased areas. However, our treatments don’t just stop there. We’ll also help make sure your gum disease doesn’t return by sharing at-home prevention techniques and scheduling regular appointments at our clinic. With us, your teeth are in the best possible hands.