Treat periodontal gum disease with scaling and root planing without undergoing surgery

This non-surgical deep cleaning technique is the gold standard for treating periodontitis because it effectively eliminates the source of the problem: tartar, plaque (biofilm), and bacteria.

Gums are the foundation of the teeth. Hence it is crucial to maintain their health to prevent tooth loss. Failure to get a regular professional cleaning done results in gum infection.

Along with swollen, painful gums and loss of teeth , gum infection can have serious consequences. Bacteria present in gum disease can travel throughout the body, triggering inflammation in the heart vessel’s and infection in heart valves.

Studies indicate that those with gum disease may be nearly twice as at risk for heart attack and stroke.

Signs you need a professional teeth cleaning

  • Bad breath
  • Stains on teeth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Red, swollen gums
  • Pain in gums
  • Sensitivity
  • Hard deposits on teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Loose teeth

Say goodbye to periodontal disease and hello to improved oral health.

Our treatment style is effective in removing tartar, plaque (biofilm), and bacteria from the tooth at and below the gum line and its roots. Promoting your gum tissue’s regeneration to grow back snug around your tooth. Get advise on maintenance therapy for enhanced gum health. Below are the key differentiations to consider:

Depending on the case to case scenarios, Here are 4 ways to treat the periodontal disease

Scaling and root planning

Scaling and root planing

This treatment involves the meticulous removal of plaque and tartar, followed by the smoothing of exposed tooth root surfaces. It is a critical step in preventing serious gum diseases and tooth loss.

Scaling and root planing does not require cutting or stitches, making it a much more comfortable experience for patients. By removing the sources of infection and inflammation, your gums can naturally heal and repair itself.

This non-surgical deep cleaning technique is the gold standard for treating periodontitis because it effectively eliminates the source of the problem: tartar, plaque (biofilm), and bacteria.

Flap Surgery

Flap Surgeries

Flap surgery is a crucial procedure for treating infections and diseased tissues deep under the gum. It allows periodontists to access these areas and provide the best possible care. Thanks to advancements in medications, the surgery is typically painless, with minimal post-operative discomfort.

Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is a surgical technique employed to augment the bone volume in regions of the jaw that have encountered bone loss or necessitate additional structural support.

Sinus Lift:
Sinus lift helps to restore lost bone, enabling replacement of upper molars.

Socket Graft:
Socket grafting is a procedure where a bone graft is performed simultaneously with tooth extraction to prevent subsequent bone loss.


Gum recontouring

Gum contouring is a dental procedure performed by specialists to reshape or restore gum tissue around the teeth, often chosen for cosmetic improvements but occasionally necessary for treating periodontal disease.

This in-office treatment involves the use of local anesthesia to minimize discomfort during the procedure, with excess gum tissue removed or reshaped using lasers or scalpels. Sutures may be needed to secure the gum tissue, and post-surgery pain and tenderness can be managed with prescribed or over-the-counter medications and cold compresses.



The colour of gums can vary from a bright pink to pink interspersed with grey or brown patches to a predominantly grey/brown appearance. This is due to varying amount of melanin pigment found in individuals. While pigmented gums are healthy, some patients want to remove the pigmented appearance for aesthetic reasons. We offer a single visit depigmentation procedure for those desiring bright pink gums.

Prevent tooth loss and heart disease. Fight gum infection with our help.

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