Gum Disease Treatment In Campbelltown

Look after your gums, and your smile will thank you

Do You Have Gum Disease?

We offer non-surgical and surgical gum disease treatments

Dental Clean

Often a professional dental clean is the only gum disease treatment Campbelltown dentists suggest.

Pocket Reduction

A surgical procedure that combats periodontal disease in Campbelltown. The gums are pulled back to remove tartar and replaced tightly around the teeth, eliminating bacteria- collecting pocket between the tooth and gum.

Soft Tissue Grafts

Our specialist periodontist utilises the latest stem cell technology, to rebuild soft tissue and reinforce receding gums.

Scaling and Root Planing

Plaque and tartar are scraped away from the teeth and below the gum line, and the teeth roots are planed to remove rough spots.

Bone Grafts

This involves using the patient’s own bone to replace bone destroyed by chronic periodontal disease. Advanced stem cell technology speeds up the process by encouraging the body to regenerate bone and tissue.

Bone Surgery

Performed chairside by our skilled dentists following flap surgery, the bone is reshaped around the tooth to reduce craters, making it harder for bacteria to collect.

Gum Disease-Treatment in Campbelltown
Campbelltown Gum Disease Treatment

Why Does Gum Disease Occur

The main cause of the periodontal disease is plaque. Failure to remove plaque from the teeth and gums with effective brushing and flossing causes irritation to the gums, which results in sore, swollen and bleeding gums, or gingivitis, the early stage of gum disease. Without gum disease treatment, Campbelltown patients will find the condition worsens to a more severe form of gum disease – periodontitis – that can cause tooth loss and bone. Fortunately, early intervention can reverse gingivitis and restore good oral health.

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What to Expect After Gum Disease Treatment

It’s crucial to remember that gum disease can return, so it’s vital to maintain good oral health following treatment. 

To maintain healthy gums, you should follow the two steps below:

  • Visit  your dentist or hygienist two or three times a year for plaque removal
  • Brush and floss your teeth thoroughly twice daily. Our dentist can show you the correct brushing and flossing techniques.
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Book an appointment to maintain a healthy, confident smile.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure involves risk. You should get a second opinion from a qualified doctor before moving ahead.