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Periodontal Treatment by Mills Dental Group

At Mills Dental Groups in Houston, TX, we have over 45 years of experience offering our patients periodontal disease treatment using innovative techniques and equipment. As the area’s leader in complete dental care, you can always count on us to provide you exceptional treatment and personalized care. Our team of dental professionals is dedicated to ensuring that you have the most comfortable experience possible when your visit our office. Our periodontal treatment provided by our experienced dentists will help you improve your smile and confidence while also improving your body’s overall health. Whether you’ve been a patient of ours since you were a child or this is your first time visiting the dentist, you can expect exceptional care and respect. Contact our team today to schedule your next appointment.

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 What Is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is one of the leading causes of adult tooth loss in the United States. In fact, according to the CDC, 47.2% of adults over the age of 30 years old have some form of periodontal disease. Poor oral hygiene habits, including brushing and flossing, can lead to an excess of plaque buildup around the tooth’s base. If your teeth are not properly cleaned, the bacteria in your mouth and plaque can cause an infection. There is no cure for periodontal disease. Instead, the symptoms of the disease are treated with proper dental care and routine visits to our dental clinic. If left untreated, periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss.

What Are the Symptoms of Periodontal Disease?

There is a wide variety of symptoms associated with periodontal disease. Some are minor, while others can be painful. The only way to treat the infection is to manage its symptoms. At Mills Dental Group, we utilize the latest innovative technology and trusted techniques to ensure that you’re getting the best treatment available. Some of the most common symptoms of gum disease include:

  • Chronic Bad Breath
  • Red or Swollen Gums
  • Pain while Chewing
  • Sensitive Teeth
  • Receding Gums

Our Comprehensive Treatment Plan

The best way to combat periodontal disease is through healthy and effective oral hygiene habits and scheduled visits to our dental clinic. However, once the periodontal disease develops into moderate or advanced periodontitis, it’s imperative that you visit our clinic to prevent further infection and eventual tooth loss. At Mills Dental Group, we have the right tools and experience to help reverse the effects of gingivitis and prevent further decay caused by periodontitis. Our treatment process includes:

  • Evaluation – During your first visit, our team of dental professionals will evaluate the health of your teeth and gums and create a custom treatment plan to prevent further damage. We will note any signs of inflammation. We may also use a tool called a probe to measure the depth of the pockets around your teeth.
  • Scaling – We will remove the bacteria and plaque from the tooth’s base as well as below the gum line. This treatment, along with an excellent dental care routine, will help reduce the infection rate.
  • Root Planing – Once we’ve cleaned the tartar off of your teeth, the next step is to smooth out the root. This process prevents plaque buildup while also allowing your gum to reattach to the tooth root.

Choosing the Right Periodontist

When you need quality periodontal disease treatment from trusted dental professionals, choose Mills Dental Group. We provide a comprehensive range of services in our comfortable dentist’s office. Our team has access to innovative tools and techniques to reduce pain and improve results. Contact our office today to get started with a dental evaluation.

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