Protect Your Smile With Gum Disease Treatment

At All Smiles in Jacksonville, we understand that gum/periodontal disease can be a distressing experience for patients. Left untreated, this pervasive condition can lead to tooth loss and severe oral health issues. However, timely intervention through effective gum disease treatments can prevent these negative outcomes and restore your smile to its full potential.

What treatments and procedures are used to treat gum/periodontal disease?

Our expert dental team offers an array of treatment options to suit your specific needs, ranging from non-surgical to surgical procedures. Scaling and root planing, a non-invasive method, is often the first line of defense against gum disease. This deep-cleaning procedure removes plaque and tartar from the teeth and roots, halting the progression of the disease.

For patients with more advanced gum disease, surgical treatments like flap surgery, bone grafts, or tissue regeneration may be necessary. Our skilled dentists will thoroughly assess your condition and recommend the most suitable treatment plan to restore your oral health.

Why is treatment so important?

Gum disease treatments are crucial for several reasons. Early intervention not only saves teeth but also prevents the development of more serious health issues, such as heart disease and diabetes, which have been linked to untreated gum disease. Furthermore, these treatments alleviate discomfort and inflammation, helping you regain your smiling confidence.

If you’re experiencing bleeding and/or inflamed gums, persistent bad breath, and/or loose teeth, call us today! At All Smiles in Jacksonville, we are committed to providing quality services to help you achieve optimal oral health!

Contact All Smiles About Gum Disease Treatment Today!

  • Treat & intercept the effects of gum disease
  • Receive the customized care you need to protect your smile
  • Prevent tooth loss
  • Eradicate bad breath (halitosis)
  • Prioritize your oral health!

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