Gum Disease Care

A condition called gingivitis (gum inflammation) usually precedes periodontist. This is caused by the plaque that builds up on the teeth and gums. If left untreated, the condition can advance to periodontist, resulting in the damage of the bones, gums, tissue and support. Teeth may decay and fall out as a result of gum disease.

The number of treatments we offer is dependent on the severity of the gum disease. The main goal is to control and eradicate the infection. We provide a number of non-surgical treatments, such as scale and polishing, root planning and stain removal. Your dentist will be able to determine which procedure is most suitable for your condition.

CONSULTATION OF DENTISTS (Drawing up of a plan and evaluation of treatment)
500
COMPLEX ORAL CARE (The price include professional hygiene of the oral cavity and gums on the ultrasound apparat and Air-Flow dental plaque removal, grinding and polishing of teeth with special pastes)
7000
Professional clinical teeth whitening system "ZOOM"
19 000

Your dentist may advice you to make some lifestyle changes to help decrease the severity or risk of your gum disease. These recommendations may include improving your diet and stopping smoke. Tobacco increases the risk of developing gum disease. Smokers are seven times more likely to get gum disease than non-smokers.

Nonsurgical therapy on the periodontal tissues:

  • Removal of supragingival deposits (removal of dental deposits in the oral cavity using the Air-Flow system, removal of dental tartar)
  • Medicamentous treatment of pathological gingival pockets
  • Periodontal care (mechтanical cleaning of dentogingival pockets with metal tools)
  • Treatment of dentogingival pockets with “Vector”
  • Constant dental splinting in case of parodontitis

Surgical methods of treatment of periodontal tissues:

  • All kinds of outpatient flap surgeries
  • Bone grafting
  • Guided bone regeneration with membranes