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Periodontology treatments are the science that examines the health and disease conditions of the teeth and tissues around the teeth, and diagnoses the diseases that occur in the tissues. . In addition, this branch of science is a branch that aims to protect the health obtained after treatment and treatment. Gingival diseases cover a wide range from simple gingival inflammation to severe infections in which the jaw bones melt and teeth are lost by shaking.

With diseases, the gingival swells, reddens, bleeds and recedes. And the teeth get longer. Apart from this, problems such as bad breath, displacement of teeth or opening between them occur.In cases where tooth loss occurs as a result of these problems, gingival disorders come to the fore. Various treatments come to the fore in cases such as gingival bleeding, which is one of the most important symptoms of gingival diseases.

What Does Periodontology Do?

Looking at what periodontology does, the main purpose of treatment is to make the teeth and surrounding tissues healthy and to prevent loss. Different treatment methods are applied according to the type and severity of the disease. It is also possible to summarize these primarily as various operations such as oral hygiene education, scaling, and root surface straightening. At the same time, providing gingival aesthetics is within the scope of these treatments. The type and severity of the disease, patient habits and collaborations with physicians directly affect the oral hygiene standard.

What are Periodontology Treatment Methods?

The first stage of treatment for periodontology treatment services is the cleaning of dental plaque, which is the main factor, by the dentist with special tools. This stage, called the initial treatment, is the basis of periodontal procedures. Scaling cleaning can be a stand-alone treatment method in simple gingival inflammations, or it is performed in preparation for periodontal operation in advanced cases. When periodontology treatments are considered,

  • Inflamed gingiva, enlarged gingiva, extracted teeth, gaps between teeth and gingival due to melting of the jaw bones are treated. And these treatments are performed under local anesthesia.
  • The results of periodontal treatment are satisfactory when necessary interventions are made with early diagnosis.

Periodontology Diagnostic Methods

Periodontology diagnostic methods, especially in maxillofacial surgery, x-ray diagnostic methods are supported by tomography. Advanced techniques are also used, in which three-dimensional bone models of the patients are obtained. In this way, a definitive diagnosis is made before the operation and the operation plan is made exactly. Accurate diagnosis of the disease is important during periodontology treatment.

How is Periodontology Treatment Done?

Surgical procedures related to oral, dental and jaw diseases can be performed under local anesthesia. However, in some cases, it can be done under general anesthesia.

Various stages occur in periodontology treatment, and in general, the treatment stages performed by specialist physicians in periodontology treatment are the diagnosis of the disease, information sharing related to the disease and oral care, professional cleaning, antibiotic treatment, surgical treatment and applications, as well as complementary and supportive treatments.

Periodontology Prices

Periodontology prices generally vary from person to person. In periodontology treatments, firstly, intraoral examination is performed. Then, if necessary, the gums and tooth roots are examined with various x-ray devices for diagnosis. Inflamed and troubled areas are determined and then the treatments determined by the specialist doctor are started. Apart from this, periodontology surgery is performed due to incorrect oral care, genetic reasons, external appearance problems and various problems, so the surgery fee is determined individually.

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