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A startling four in every five adults suffers from periodontal disease in some form. Periodontal disease, known more commonly as gum disease, is caused by the build-up of plaque around the teeth and gums. On hardening into tartar, plaque becomes an ideal breeding ground for bacteria that attacks the surrounding gums and causes inflammation and infection.

The milder, early stages of periodontal disease occur in the form of gingivitis, which tends to remain unnoticed in the large part, due to it being relatively painless. Gingivitis symptoms include occasional bleeding of the gums on brushing or intermittent displays of bad breath.

The advancement of gum disease is defined as periodontitis and displays increasing symptoms of gum recession, causing teeth to appear slightly longer than before, as well as a puffiness in the gums. Without the right periodontal disease treatments, the eventual effects of periodontal disease can include bone and tooth loss.

We have a range of periodontal disease treatments available

Periodontal disease is the single largest cause of tooth loss in adult life. With the effective periodontal disease treatments that Andrew Baderski Dental has to offer, you can seek help, and a suitable remedy to the problem can be found.

A range of periodontal disease treatments are available at our practice in Ingleburn, from the initial stages of mild gingivitis to the most extreme incidences of gum recession and tooth loss.

Whether you are in need of a simple tooth scaling and clean from the hygienist, or require more extensive removal of infected gum and repositioning of the gum against re-established tooth enamel, we can provide successful periodontal disease treatment.

You can trust our experienced dentists to deal with the problem in the best possible way.

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To book a consultation and discuss the right periodontal disease treatment for you, call us on 02 9605 1968 now.