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Gum disease prevention in Maspeth

Maspeth Gum Treatment
Maspeth Gum Treatment

There are many different varieties of periodontal disease and many ways in which these variations manifest themselves. All require immediate Maspeth gum treatment to halt the progression and save the gum tissue and bone. At Implant and Cosmetic Dental Care, PLLC, we diagnose many common types of periodontal disease and offer the treatments typically performed to correct them, such as gingivitis, chronic periodontal disease, aggressive periodontal disease, periodontal disease relating to systemic conditions, as well as necrotizing periodontal disease.

As you may learn from Dr. Demirdjan during your visit to our dental office for your Maspeth gum treatment, gingivitis is the mildest and most common form of periodontitis. It is caused by the toxins in plaque and leads to periodontal disease. People at increased risk of developing gingivitis include pregnant women, women taking birth control pills, people with uncontrolled diabetes, steroid users and people who control seizures and blood pressure using medication. Chronic periodontal disease, the most common form of the disease and occurs much more frequently in people over 45, is characterized by inflammation below the gum line and the progressive destruction of the gingival and bone tissue. It may appear that the teeth are gradually growing in length, but in actuality the gums are gradually recessing. Aggressive periodontal disease is characterized by the rapid loss of gum attachment, the rapid loss of bone tissue and familial aggregation. The disease itself is essentially the same as chronic periodontitis but the progression is much faster. Periodontal disease can be a symptom of a disease or condition affecting the rest of the body. This known as Periodontal Disease Relating to Systemic Conditions Depending on the underlying condition, the disease can behave like aggressive periodontal disease, working quickly to destroy tissue. Heart disease, diabetes and respiratory disease are the most common cofactors, though there are many others. Even in cases where little plaque coats the teeth, many medical conditions intensify and accelerate the progression of periodontal disease. Lastly, Necrotizing Periodontal Disease is a form of the disease that rapidly worsens and is more prevalent among people who suffer from HIV, immunosuppression, malnutrition, chronic stress or choose to smoke. Tissue death (necrosis) frequently affects the periodontal ligament, gingival tissues and alveolar bone.

At Implant and Cosmetic Dental Care, PLLC, we take the time to customize and personalize the treatment for each patient. We strive to ensure our patients have a pleasant experience, and are sent home with a bright, beautiful, healthy smile. Taking care of your teeth is vital to your oral and overall health, and regardless of which level your periodontal disease has progressed to, our Maspeth gum treatment will transform your teeth, gums, and mouth so that you leave our office smiling.

76-17 Eliot Avenue,
Middle Village, NY 11379
718-426-6959