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Dental Hygienist Treatment

Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease that primarily affects the tissues surrounding the teeth and makes your teeth mobile and eventually you can loose them.

Signs of periodontal disease

The following signs may indicate the beginning of a periodontal disease: (Note that periodontal disease does not always produce symptoms.)

  • Easy Bleeding and sore gums
  • The gums between the teeth change
  • Swollen gums
  • Recurring bad breath
  • Teeth feel loose

Tartar, poor oral hygiene, smoking, stress, hereditary factors and some diseases are all factors that may cause an accelerated progress

Tartar – a threat

Plaque is a layer of bacteria and food particles that constantly is forming in your mouth. With a proper cleaning the plaque is removed. Remaining plaque together with the saliva forms tartar, (calcification) In order to remove tartar you need a dentist or dental hygienist. Old plaque and tartar can spread between the gum and the tooth top. Tartar can also exceed underneath the gum.

How to treat periodontitis

You can do a major part of the treatment at home just by keeping a good oral hygiene. In addition, we recommend regularly visits with our hygienist Aurora for deeper cleanings.

Of course, we offer anaesthesia if you think it feels uncomfortable.

Periodontal disease is chronic and cannot be cured, but with a good oral hygiene and regular visits the progress can be stopped and further damage be prevented.

Our hygienist will examine, treat and offer you a regular treatment plan to keep your teeth and gums healthy.