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Periodontal Therapy – Lancaster, TX

We Treat Bleeding, Tender Gums

If you see pink in the sink after you brush or floss your teeth, it means that your gums are bleeding. Although this may seem like a minor symptom, this is a common, early sign of periodontal (gum) disease. Without periodontal therapy in Lancaster, TX, the disease will progress and become more severe. In fact, gum disease can ultimately lead to tooth loss! The good news is that our team of highly trained dentists can spot gum disease and perform the procedures necessary to get your smile back on track. Are you experiencing bleeding, red, or sensitive gums? Contact us today!

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Why Choose Sunny Dental for Periodontal (Gum) Disease Treatment?

Scaling & Root Planing

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Periodontal disease starts with harmful bacteria in plaque that accumulates around and below the gum line. Then, it can spread to the supporting tissues that hold teeth in place. To treat the infection, we remove the plaque and bacteria from pockets in the gums, a procedure called scaling. Afterward, we’ll make the roots smooth, which helps the gum tissue reattach and heal more quickly. Plus, root planing also helps prevent plaque accumulation in the future.

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Periodontal Maintenance

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Although periodontal disease doesn’t have a cure, we can keep it under control to the point that the patient doesn’t experience any negative symptoms. With dental visits every 3 to 4 months, we can perform a cleaning and exam for periodontal maintenance. This proactive approach enables us to prevent bad oral bacteria from building up. In addition, if periodontal disease does return, we’ll be able to treat it before you suffer damage to your smile.

Bad Breath

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Some people don’t know this, but one of the biggest symptoms of gum disease is serious bad breath! Also known as halitosis, this daily annoyance can make it harder to get closer to loved ones and approach social situations with confidence. If your case of bad breath isn’t getting better with diligent oral hygiene, it’s time to visit our team. Several possible solutions are available, including focused periodontal treatment, prescription-strength products, or helpful lifestyle tips.


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