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What Does a Periodontist Do to Your Teeth and Gum?

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This article is to educate the people who are unaware of the treatment done by a periodontist. There are many of these doctors and many people don't exactly make out what they do and what to seek from them.

A periodontist is a dental professional who is specialized in treating the issues associated with gum disease or periodontal disease. Gum Disease, a common condition where gums get inflamed and not treated at the earliest can damage the gums deeply. The disease can be more painful and cause the teeth to become loose and in worst case it can lead to tooth loss. These kinds of cases should only be viewed and treated by a specialist (i.e. periodontist) so that you are diagnosed with proper care.

What if a tooth is lost due to periodontal disease? If a tooth is lost due to gum disease or due to any other reason a periodontist will recommend a dental implant option to restore your missing tooth.

What makes a periodontist special from other dental professionals? Periodontist receives same training and schooling what other dentists or dental professional receive. But once completion of this training they additionally take up 3 more years of special training to become a specialist in handling teeth and gum disease.

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When Should I See a Periodontist?

In your normal dental check up with your general dentist you might be referred to a periodontist if your oral health is badly affected due to gum disease. In this situation your general dentist and periodontist will work together to treat your affected gums and achieve healthy smile.

What can avoid you from seeing a periodontist?

Taking your oral health serious will prevent you from periodontal disease and possibly you may never have to see a periodontist. Taking care of your teeth does not include any new methods, brush your teeth twice a day, floss at least once in a week and visit a dentist once in 6 months. This course of taking care of your teeth equally holds good for keeping your mouth and gums healthy.

Does Periodontal Treatment Hurt?

With the use of modern techniques and equipment there is no need to worry much. Medication after the treatment will help you get the comfort needed.

Cost of Periodontal Treatment

The cost of periodontal treatment will depend on the severity of disease. After the examination you periodontist will discuss the cost of periodontal treatment.

Note: Check with your periodontist if they accept insurance so that you can claim the insurance and proceed with the treatment.

Visit Periodontal Health Professionals. LLC to Meet a Periodontist in Austin

By this time you might have known what a periodontist is and what are his capabilities to improve your oral health. If you think you can be benefitted by visiting a periodontist then make an appointment with our periodontist at Periodontal Health Professionals. LLC who are experienced in providing gum care to cure gum disease.

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