Advanced gum disease, clinically known as chronic periodontal disease, is often viewed as a silent health condition. Its symptoms may not become easily apparent until there has been significant and irreversible tissue damage.
However, there are clinical diagnostic procedures that make it possible for this disease to be identified and treated more readily. smile.
As a chronic disease, many of the signs and symptoms of advanced periodontal disease are similar to the signs of infection or inflammation in other parts of the body. This includes:
Advanced gum disease can be treated in a number of ways, according to your physical health and the extent of the disease, including:
Your participation and compliance in the dental office and at home will help to ensure that your treatment is truly successful.
If you are affected by one or more of these symptoms, we recommend that you schedule a comprehensive periodontal examination.
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