Periodontics Essex

For a smile that looks as great as it feels.

Periodontal treatment is a specialised treatment that helps us care for and look after your gums at our Essex dentist, allowing us to save teeth that you would otherwise lose due to gum disease and infection.

Why Would I Need Periodontal Treatment?

Periodontal treatment is used to treat gum disease which is known to be one of the major causes of tooth loss every year. Gum disease innocently starts when plaque builds up around the edges of the gums where they meet your teeth. The large amounts of plaque cause the gum to recede and move away from the teeth leaving pockets down the side of the teeth which destroys the supporting bone. When the bacteria reaches this far it is too far inside your gum for you to clean it and remove the bacteria. That is why you need specialist help to protect your teeth and stop you from losing them.

Gum Disease Presents As:

  • wobbly teeth
  • moving/drifting teeth
  • bleeding gums
  • infections
  • bad breath
  • on occasions no symptoms

Who Will Treat Me and Help Me Save My Teeth?

Mitchelle Mbaeri is a GDC Registered Specialist in Periodontics and has undergone advanced training to help save your teeth and control the gum disease in your mouth. It is important that the periodontist treats you in order to help you combat gum disease, as not only does gum disease result in tooth loss but recent scientific evidence points towards a link to other illnesses, which means quick and effective treatment is advised.

Your Treatment

The dentist will first remove the plaque that is surrounding your teeth and causing the disease. This usually involves reconditioning and cleaning the infected roots of the teeth that are at risk, in a comfortable way. They will also help you understand your part in your treatment which is to clean and care for your teeth whilst at home and you will be shown special techniques that will help the successful outcome of the treatment.

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If you wish to contact us to book an appointment directly, please email us by providing the details below. We endeavour to contact patients within 24 hours of receiving your request.