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Scaling and Root Planing Procedure: Keep Your Teeth Clean

Scaling And Root Planing Procedure: Keep Your Teeth Clean

Contemporary Periodontics and Implant Surgery
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If you visit your dentist regularly then you will be familiar with regular dental cleanings. These are great for keeping teeth and gums healthy and in good condition, and your normal dental cleaning is a preventative dental treatment. It’s quite different if you require scaling and Root Planing Procedure at this is a more specialized procedure that helps to treat periodontitis or gum disease. It is a treatment often used by Dr. Navid Rahmani to help clear up the gum infections and it often forms part of an ongoing periodontal maintenance plan.

Scaling and Root Planing: How Might It Help You?

Scaling and Root Planing procedure deep cleans your gums, taking things much further than a normal dental cleaning. With an ordinary dental cleaning, only your teeth are scaled and polished, but with scaling and root planing, tooth roots that have become exposed are also thoroughly cleaned. As a side effect of gum disease, the gums gradually begin to pull back from the teeth, causing gum recession and exposing the tooth roots. This also creates deep pockets in between the gums and the teeth that can be very difficult to keep clean. The aim of scaling and root planing is to thoroughly clean out these pockets, helping the gums to fit more closely to the teeth as they gradually heal and become stronger.

During scaling and root Planing Procedure, your teeth and tooth roots are carefully scaled, removing any tartar buildup. Afterwards the exposed tooth roots are planed or gently smoothed, a procedure that helps to make it easier for gum tissue to heal by making it harder for bacteria to stick to the smooth surfaces.

How Laser Periodontal Therapy Treats Gums Disease

Scaling and root planing procedure will often be combined with laser dentistry, particularly as Dr. Rahmani has one of the most advanced dental lasers available today. This helps to greatly enhance the quality of the treatment in a way that is extremely gentle and non-invasive. A dental laser is an excellent way to help eliminate even more bacteria as it gently sterilizes the area being treated. Additionally, a laser can be used to remove any tissues that are too badly damaged to heal and it provides such a high degree of accuracy that more of the healthy tissues can be left intact. Another nice thing about laser dentistry is that it helps the healing process. The energy of a laser helps to minimize any bleeding and swelling, making healing faster and more comfortable.

When Should You Consider Scaling and Root Planing Procedure?

If your gums have begun to bleed frequently or you have noticed that your teeth look longer than you remember, it could be a great idea to book a periodontal evaluation with a good periodontist. You don’t need a referral from your dentist to make an appointment with Dr. Rahmani at Contemporary Periodontics & Implant Surgery. The specialized care provided by a periodontal dental office could help save your teeth. Periodontal disease is a serious condition that has the potential to affect your general health so it’s important not to ignore any possible symptoms.

Scaling and Root Planing Procedure: Keep Your Teeth Clean
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