Periodontics

Periodontics and Periodontal Disease

What You Need to Know about Periodontics

Periodontics is essentially an infection of the gum tissue that can cause gums to bleed and become inflamed and very sensitive. Other indicators that you may be suffering from periodontics include constant bad breath, gum recession, and dental plaque build-up. This disease can cause irreversible damage to your jaw bone, gums and dental health. Smokers are the most at risk of this disease.

If you suspect that you may be suffering from periodontics you should make an appointment with your dentist immediately.

At My Dentist St Leonards, we perform a routine periodontal examination at every dental check-up, which we recommend you attend every 6 months. We can easily diagnose periodontal disease, and if you are suffering from this disease, we recommend bi-monthly check-ups to track your recovery progress.

One of the worst long-term effects of periodontics is the loss of bone and soft tissue. But fortunately, our team at My Dentist St Leonards are able to perform bone grafts and tissue grafts to recover the original shape and aesthetic of your mouth.  We also perform oral, soft tissue and bone transplant surgeries, place dental implants, conduct crown lengthening, perform pocket reduction procedures and effectively treat gum diseases.

At My Dentist St Leonards, we offer:

  • Comprehensive periodontal examination with each check-up to ensure the early signs of gum disease are picked up.
  • Personalised treatment plan according to the severity of your condition.
  • Digital radiology imaging is done at our St Leonards premises including Panoramic imaging (aka OPG), Cephalometric imaging, Sinus Radiology, 3D Cone Beam, Volumetric Tomography (aka CBCT or CBVT), and Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) imaging.
  • The insight of our intra-oral camera that can capture digital images of specific areas within your mouth.
  • Specialized Sleep Dentistry and Electronic Assisted Anaesthesia System as a way to control pain and discomfort patients may feel during certain procedures.
  • Modern technology and the very best in terms of equipment and surgical instruments.
  • Complete tracking of the sterilization of our instruments. This process is wholly digitalized and is used to minimize the risks of infection.
  • Digital scanning impressions of your mouth as an alternative to traditional mould techniques.
  • TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) approved dental goods, products, and suppliesTGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) approved dental goods, products, and supplies
  • Monitoring of your vital signs for the duration of your dental procedure
  • Follow ups on your dental health
  • And most importantly, complete confidentiality when it comes to your dental records and medical history.

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