Gum Disease Therapy

Gum disease therapy is common amongst many patients and can take effect before patients realize it. The key to catching gum disease early is consistent dental check-ups. Because the early stages of gum disease are easy to overlook, your dentist can examine your smile every six months and offer early treatment whenever signs of gum disease are discovered. If you are suffering from gum disease in the Phoenixville, PA area, call our team today to schedule your visit!

Scaling & Root Planing

When gum disease is found, your dentist will recommend treatment based on how advanced your gum disease is. There are several treatment options for addressing the signs of gum disease. One of the most common types of gum disease therapy is scaling and root planing. This treatment is a two-step process that treats symptoms and helps reverse the effects of gum disease. Scaling removes plaque and tartar both above and beneath the gum line. Root planing works by smoothing the root and encouraging the gums to reattach to the tooth.

Gum Grafting

Gum grafting replaces gum tissue in places where little to no gum tissue exists. This treatment addresses gum recession and helps restore dental health. Gum grafting is a successful treatment that can help reverse the effects of gum disease. 

Bone Grafting

When gum disease is advanced, it can lead to loose teeth and eventually tooth loss. Bone grafting is a method that replaces bone that has been lost due to gum disease. Bone grafting not only replaces missing jaw bone, but also stimulates the jawbone to encourage new growth.

Exceptional, Customized Care

At Kessler Dental Associates, we want every patient to experience enjoyable dentistry that meets their needs. When it comes to gum disease, we are here for you. We understand the struggles of gum disease and our team strives to give every patient the very best! With over 50 years in the dental field, our practice serves as a shining light to those who are in need of dental help. We’re here to provide first-class dental care and give your smile the attention it deserves! 

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