Periodontal Treatment in Hewitt, TX

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About Periodontal Treatments

At ACE Dental of Hewitt, our highly skilled dental practitioners offer nonsurgical and surgical periodontal treatments to treat gum disease and its related oral effects. Gum (periodontal) disease is a progressive issue that can cause damage to the gum and bone tissues around your teeth. It is often the result of disease-causing bacteria that reside within dental plaque and can move through the stages of gingivitis, periodontitis, and advanced periodontitis without professional care. Along with damaging the gums, periodontal disease can cause bone loss, tooth loss, and other concerning issues for your health. If gum disease may be affecting your mouth, please arrange a visit to our Hewitt, TX practice. Our team is dedicated to treating periodontal issues as early as possible to help you enjoy optimal oral health and wellness.

Are You a Candidate for Periodontal Care?

Patients who experience bleeding gums, inflammation, pus around the teeth, bad breath, and teeth that feel loose may be in need of periodontal treatment. Receding gum tissues and bone loss in the jaw are effects of gum disease that may also require care. It is essential for your health to seek professional treatment to stop the disease process and prevent further damage, regardless of how advanced your periodontal condition might be. Along with performing a thorough exam, our Hewitt, TX team will take x-rays (to screen for bone loss) and measure the spaces separating your teeth and gums to identify the need for periodontal care.

What Is the Treatment Process?

ACE Dental of Hewitt offers several periodontal options to treat gum disease and its effects. The underlying goal of periodontal care is to prevent its progression and preserve your oral structures. We will review your treatment options and help you select the appropriate course of care to meet your needs. Our skilled team may treat the various stages of periodontal disease and its effects as follows:

  • Gingivitis is often resolved with improved oral hygiene habits coupled with a professional prophylaxis (dental cleaning).
  • Periodontitis may be addressed with nonsurgical scaling and root planing. This treatment may be followed by the placement of special antibiotics beneath the gums.
  • Advanced periodontitis might be best treated with a type of periodontal surgery, like osseous (flap) gum surgery.
  • Bone loss from gum disease may be repaired with bone grafting and guided tissue regeneration procedures during osseous surgery or at a later time.
  • Gum recession is commonly addressed with a gum graft once periodontal disease is treated and controlled.

Recovery Following Periodontal Treatment

Once your periodontal treatment is complete, it will be crucial for you to maintain good oral hygiene with thorough flossing and brushing every day. Your recovery timeframe and aftercare instructions will be personalized according to the type of treatment you received. Our Hewitt, TX dentists may recommend a periodontal maintenance program to help preserve the health of your gums and jawbone following gum disease treatment. Taking the place of biannual prophylaxis visits, periodontal maintenance services are scheduled every 3 – 4 months and include thorough cleanings along with frequent assessments of your gum health.

Insurance Coverage for Periodontal Services

Periodontal treatments may vary among dental insurance providers and plan types. Following your consultation, our insurance specialist will review your benefits and talk with you about any personal costs for your care. At ACE Dental of Hewitt, our team strives to make quality treatment accessible to everyone and accepts several affordable payment methods. Speak with a member of our knowledgeable staff for information on special patient financing or other options.

Protect Your Health With Periodontal Treatment

Getting the professional care needed to treat gum disease and its effects is important to protecting your oral and general health. Periodontal conditions can progress and lead to irreversible damage without timely and proper care. If you are looking for a Hewitt, TX dentist to treat gum disease and its effects, our skilled team is ready to help. Please get in touch with ACE Dental of Hewitt to schedule a periodontal exam.

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