Gum Disease

Periodontal Maintenance

Following initial treatment, patients with gum disease require ongoing periodontal maintenance visits to monitor their oral health, perform regular cleanings, and prevent disease recurrence. Periodontal maintenance typically involves more frequent dental visits (every three to four months) compared to routine dental cleanings.

Gum Surgery

Also known as flap surgery, it involves lifting the gums away from the teeth to access and clean the roots and underlying bone.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is a procedure used to restore lost bone tissue around the teeth caused by advanced gum disease.