In our clinic it is done by two methods:
Non-surgical treatment includes scaling of teeth,washing of oral cavity with antiseptics and gum massage with Antibacterial,Antimicrobial,Anti inflammatory and Anti fungal drugs during 10 days.
The surgical treatment is done by 2 types.Removing of affected part of gum could be done through LASER which is new method in dentistry.In this method patient wont has bleeding,post operation pain reduces till 20 times,regeneration process of gum increases and the time for surgery will be short.
Another type of surgery is done without LASER which needs more time for healing the gum but it also is successful method.
The best way to treat gum disease is to practise good oral hygiene, although additional dental and medical treatments are sometimes necessary.
Good oral hygiene involves:brushing your teeth for about two minutes last thing at night before you go to bed and on one other occasion everyday – it doesn’t matter if you use an electric or manual toothbrush but some people find it easier to clean their teeth thoroughly with an electric toothbrush using toothpaste that contains the right amount of fluoride (a natural mineral that helps protect against tooth decay) flossing your teeth regularly – preferably daily, before brushing your teeth.
Regularly visiting your dentist – at least once every one to two years, but more frequently if necessary
See the teeth cleaning guide for more information and advice about how to keep your teeth clean.
Antiseptic mouthwashes containing chlorhexidine or hexetidine are available over the counter from pharmacies. However, there’s some debate about whether using mouthwash is necessary for people with healthy gums.
Your dentist may recommend using mouthwash if it helps control the build-up of plaque (the sticky substance that forms when bacteria collects on the surface of your teeth). Your dentist will be able to advise you about which type of mouthwash is most suitable and how to use it.
Chlorhexidine mouthwash can stain your teeth brown if you use it regularly. Rinse your mouth thoroughly between brushing your teeth and using a chlorhexidine mouthwash because some ingredients in toothpaste can prevent the mouthwash working.
Some of the dental treatments described below may also be recommended if you have gum disease.
To remove plaque and tartar (hardened plaque) that can build up on your teeth, your dentist may suggest that you have your teeth scaled and polished. This is a “professional clean” usually carried out at your dental surgery by a dental hygienist.
The dental hygienist will scrape away plaque and tartar from your teeth using special instruments, then polish your teeth to remove marks or stains. If a lot of plaque or tartar has built up, you may need to have more than one scale and polish.
The price of a scale and polish can vary depending on what needs to be carried out, so ask your dental hygienist how much it will cost beforehand.