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Minimally Invasive Gum Disease Treatment with Perio Protect System

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When you notice signs of gum infection, don’t take it lightly because your dental health may soon spiral out of control. While periodontal disease starts with subtle symptoms like swollen gums and redness, if it’s not treated, it damages your gums and eventually causes tooth loss.

Luckily, gum disease is treatable to ensure your teeth and gums keep flourishing. At Natural & Cosmetic Dentistry, Clearwater, we offer custom-designed Perio Protect trays to keep your gum disease under control. This treatment is conservative and easy to use.

All about gum disease

Gum disease is the inflammation of the gingival tissues and the structures around them due to the bacteria in the dental plaque. The first stage of gum disease — gingivitis — happens when food, saliva, and bacteria mix to form plaque — a thin, clear film that clings to your teeth. Plaque contains bacteria that produce toxins that irritate your gums.

You only have a small window to get gingivitis under control. Otherwise, your gum disease progresses into periodontitis, which requires advanced treatments to restore your dental health.

Since gum disease is usually painless, always keep your eyes peeled for the symptoms below to seek proper treatment:

  • Swollen or bleeding gums
  • Chronic bad breath
  • Receding gums
  • Difficulty chewing
  • Pus around the gum tissues
  • Loose teeth

The above aren’t the only adverse effects of gum disease. Studies have shown that gum disease increases the risk of preterm births, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer! Indeed, periodontal disease isn’t a laughing matter. When you notice its symptoms, take action immediately by visiting a dentist.

Treating gum disease

The standard treatment for gum disease is deep cleaning, which involves scaling and root planing to remove plaque and tartar in your mouth. While deep cleaning works, bacteria reproduce quickly, and biofilms form aggressively. Given this fact, keeping your mouth healthy in-between visits can be challenging.

When treating mild to moderate gum disease, Dr. Beata A. Carlson and associates use the Perio Protect method to keep your gum infection under control. This treatment uses clear, custom-made trays to deliver treatment precisely into your gum tissues. Perio Protect trays seal and deliver medication below the gums without surgery or other invasive methods.

What to expect from Perio Protect treatment

A Perio Protect tray is similar to a mouth guard. We usually fabricate your tray after taking your bite impressions. This ensures we manufacture customized trays that snugly fit over your gums. Once your tray arrives, you will be given instructions on using it according to your oral health needs. However, most patients must wear the tray for about 15-20 minutes daily. This means you can treat your gum disease comfortably as you walk, exercise, watch TV, or commute.

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Benefits of the Perio Protect Method

Most patients appreciate Perio trays for treating gum disease. The Perio Protect method offers numerous benefits, including:

  • They are easy to use
  • The trays are comfortable
  • It’s non-invasive
  • Perio trays are convenient

Are you looking for a non-invasive gum disease treatment in Clearwater, Florida? 

Please dial 727-888-6523 to benefit from the Perio Protect method from Natural & Cosmetic Dentistry. This treatment combats gum disease with a conservative approach for lasting dental health.

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