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What Is Periodontics And Its Benefits?

Most people know that if it ends with “ics,” it could easily have something to do with dental work. However, all those big words can be confusing to someone who has never heard of them or required them before.

Periodontics is a dental specialisation that focuses on treating periodontal disease and focusing on the health of your gums. They use deep cleanings (scaling) and other procedures to clean and restore the health of your mouth and gums, ensuring that you have less inflammation, fewer spells of bleeding gums, and better overall health.

When most people think of tooth decay, they focus on the tooth itself. However, if you’ve got bacteria deep under the gums that aren’t removed by brushing or flossing, that bacteria can also cause infections, abscess, and tooth decay. The calculus build-up that affects your teeth can also irritate the gums and cause them to pull back from the teeth. This creates even bigger openings where bacteria can thrive. It can also cause your gums to bleed or seem painful when you open your mouth. With periodontics, they remove all that plaque and calculus build-up, as well as kill any bacteria through injectable antibiotics. Your gums will start to grow back and be healthier, which ensures a healthier mouth, as well.

At National Periodontics, they have seven Australian locations and are a premier private practice dedicated to preventing and treating gum disease. They can also offer dental implant and other advanced techniques. They use state-of-the-art technology to provide you with excellent care in a comfortable and friendly environment. Periodontal treatment can be used to return your gums to their natural colour and health, as well as give you a healthier smile that looks and feels healthy, ensuring that you keep your teeth and aren’t embarrassed to smile or laugh.

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