Periodontitis - Deep Cleaning

Why Deep Cleaning

Gum recession, bad breath, bleeding gums even with regular brushing and flossing could be all symptoms of Periodontitis, also called Gum Disease.  A complete dental exam and X-Rays will confirm if you need to schedule with your doctor a Scaling and Root Planing, or simply called Deep Cleaning. 

The Way to a Better Dental Health

A regular cleaning focuses on removing that plaque and stains that have deposited on your teeth, while a deep cleaning will act on those colonies of bacteria that are building up and growing between your teeth and under your gums, preventing them from spreading in your bloodstream and in your body. 

During your appointment, Dr. Minniti and his Team will measure the area around your teeth to find possible pocketing, those deep spaces in the gum tissue between gums and teeth where bacteria will form. A regular deep cleaning and a following maintenance schedule with your dentist will reduce the pocketing size and decrease the gravity of your disease and help prevent further bone loss and teeth that become loose 

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