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Here at Museum Dental Suites, our team of qualified and friendly dental specialists can provide a range of periodontal treatments in London to help improve the health of your gums, as well as prevent periodontal diseases.
Periodontal therapy is related to the healing process and prevention of gum disease. Your strong teeth require healthy gums and if they are left untreated, then gum disease can be the reason for teeth loss. By taking proper care of gum problems, your teeth will last for a lifetime.
If you are looking for gum disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment in London feel free to contact our clinic today.
Gum disease is the condition where the tissues surrounding your teeth get inflamed due to the presence of bacteria. The main cause of gum disease is plaque that surrounds the tooth. It is mainly composed of different kinds of bacteria that stick to the teeth and roots both above and below the gum line. This might begin to take place within a few minutes after brushing and flossing and if it is not removed with good oral care, then plaque hardens into tartar. Thus, calculus can be removed through periodontal treatment or professional cleaning.
Gum disease usually takes place due to the accumulation of bacteria on your teeth which causes tartar and plaque build-up. This may be the reason for inflammation known as gingivitis and the gums might bleed or become sensitive. When the condition progresses, gingivitis can turn into periodontitis thus, leading to serious dental problems.
Periodontal disease can often be prevented by maintaining good oral health – brushing and flossing on a regular basis and seeing your dentist as recommended.
However, there are a number of additional risk factors that patients should be aware of. For example, smokers are much more likely to be diagnosed with periodontal disease and their chances of enjoying a completely successful treatment are generally diminished. Hormonal changes in girls and women, particularly during pregnancy, can make the gums more prone to developing gum problems as well.
Other risk factors to consider include diabetes, certain medications and genetics. Those diagnosed with cancer or AIDs, and who are undergoing treatments for these conditions, may also find themselves to be more susceptible to periodontal disease.
The best way to prevent periodontal disease is to take good care of your teeth and gums. Stopping smoking can also greatly reduce the chances of developing problems with your gums.
When brushing your teeth, be sure to pay attention to the gum line, as well as the white part of your teeth. Hold your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle and apply gentle pressure as you brush the entire surface of your teeth – your dentist or hygienist can demonstrate this for you.
Getting your teeth regularly scaled and polished can also help to prevent gum disease. Meanwhile, deep cleaning, medications and even surgery may be necessary periodontal treatments if you’re diagnosed with periodontitis.
The first step involves a special cleaning known as “scaling and root planing,” that helps to get rid of tartar and plaque deposits on the tooth surface. The procedure helps gum tissue to heal completely which is sometimes called “peri- odontal cleaning” or “deep cleaning.”
Depending on the kind of treatment, there are several things that might take place. Mostly, gum surgery procedures usually require 2 hours for completion.
If gingivitis is left untreated, then this might get worse over time and impact the integrity of gums. Periodontal disease takes place when the plaque from your teeth recedes and grows below the gum line. This might cause irritation to the gums and cause them to get inflamed.
The pain might occur after periodontal surgery that involves opening of a flap, gingivectomy/frenectomy procedures or gingival grafts. Postoperative pain can be experienced within 3 days after the surgery and will progressively reduce during the healing period.
Some foods to eat are – Oatmeal, Cream of Wheat, Applesauce, Rice, Overcooked Pasta, Soups, Broth, Creams, Cereals, Mashed Potatoes, Scrambled Eggs, Baby Food, Blenderized Foods, Fruit and Vegetable Juices, Milk Shakes, Puddings, Yogurt, Ice cream/Sherbets. You can take almost 2000-4000 calories per day after the surgery.
If the periodontist uses tissue, then you should feel minimal pain after the surgery. If they remove the tissue from your mouth, then you might feel pain for a few days. The healing process is usually quick which can be 1 to 2 weeks to heal completely though it might take a long time.
Based in central London, Museum Dental Suites offers a wide range of periodontal and cosmetic dental services to help you enjoy a healthy mouth and beautiful smile.
Whether you’re looking for periodontal treatments or want to take steps to maintain your dental health, our team of dental experts can help. To find out more, contact us today on 0207 183 0886. We’ll be happy to answer your questions or make an appointment.
Highly recommend Museum Dental Suite. Their work is of the highest calibre, professional and friendly. I'm very thankful they for excellent aftercare advice and for making me relaxed and so well treated. I've recommended them to both my family and friends.
I have been undertaking a cosmetic treatment (Invisalign) for around eight months here, off the back of a recommendation of a friend who had the same treatment. The professionalism and perfectionism with which my treatment was delivered was outstanding, as was the general service and were all of the staff I encountered.
My dentist Dr. Wahab Shakir was particularly great, with a friendly, reassuring manner and an eye for detail. He always went above and beyond, without ever being asked.
I'm now almost at the end of my treatment and couldn't be more pleased with how treatment has gone. Given the service and end result I'd also consider it excellent value for money.
Keep up the good work Museum Dental Suites!
Firstly what a great dentist, all the staff were friendly and very helpful as this was my first time here.
I had called for an emergency appointment due to a sudden cracked tooth and Dr Wahab Shakir despite the end of day fast approaching (30 minutes till close) he said he would see me.
The treatment was not straight forward due to the crack but Dr Shakir after a lengthy time managed to save the tooth/restore it and prevent what I believe most dentists would have done which install a crown - Thank you!
Highly recommend this dentist and service and I am grateful for not only seeing me within an hour but also staying passed closing time and finally for doing a Stella job.
This is a top notch dentist who makes you feel at ease which for someone liked me is important. The staff are very professional, polite, courteous and friendly. Marios, my dentist is extremely patient and cares about your dental care and the service you receive. Just received my new dentures and they have been done to a very high standard and am very pleased. I have nothing but praise for the staff and the treatment/service I received.
Best dentist ever hands down. Least painful and least scary experiences here (I'm usually really scared of going to the dentist, and even find the initial anaesthetic injection painful) - they really care about the patient, and making sure you're comfortable, results are also fab. Seriously can't imagine a better dentist!
After lots of research I was very happy with the results and the service at Museum Dental. 100% I would recommend to a friend. I couldn't be more pleased.