At Rebol Family Dentistry, we are here for you when you need us the most. Periodontal disease is a very common dental concern that we treat in our office. Patients with periodontal disease may experience a wide range of symptoms including bleeding, tender, or discolored gums. If you notice a small amount of blood in the sink following brushing or flossing your teeth, you may be within the early stages of periodontal disease development. The sooner you come and see us, the more likely it is that we can care for your gums with a thorough dental cleaning. However, if your periodontal disease fully develops, we can offer more extensive restorative care. Learn more about periodontal disease treatment below.
Periodontal Disease Treatment in Asheville, NC
Dr. Rebol and Dr. Sparks are your experienced restorative dentist in Asheville, NC. They can provide the care you need to restore your gum health following periodontal disease. Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is caused by an excess of bacteria surrounding your gum line. If allowed to remain on your dental structures, this bacteria begins to eat away at your soft tissues. When this occurs, tooth loss may soon follow. To prevent tooth loss caused by gum disease, we offer comprehensive periodontal disease treatment in our Asheville, NC dentist office.
With our periodontal disease treatment options, we remove all of the diseased soft tissue from your smile. We do this using our laser dentistry technology, which allows us to operate on your soft tissues very painlessly. The dental lasers remove diseased tissue while also sealing off blood vessels immediately to prevent post-procedure bleeding.
We also offer scaling and root planning, which is a method of deep cleaning the pockets of your gums. This allows us to get rid of any bacteria that is being held within your gum line. Once this bacteria is removed, your gums will have a fresh start and we will be able to set you up with a preventative care plan to manage your gum health more effectively in the future.
Schedule An Appointment
If you suspect you have been experiencing the signs and symptoms of gum disease progression, please schedule an appointment with our Asheville, NC dentist as soon as possible. We can help you manage and treat your gum disease progression to restore your smile.