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The symptoms of gum disease are painful, swollen and bleeding gums, especially after brushing. If these symptoms go untreated, the disease progresses causing greater damage, which can eventaully lead to bone loss.
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PERIODONTAL DISEASE

Laser Gum Treatment in Turkey

Immediate treatment will prevent long-term problems, restore health to the gums, and will look good aesthetically. In approximately one hour our clinic’s expert gum disease specialist, utilising the latest laser-assisted treatment, will restore gum health, and remove any discomfort. The treatment is pain free and will ensure that the gum disease is eradicated.

What is periodontal disease?

Periodontal diseases are inflammatory conditions affecting the tissues that support gums and teeth. Periodontal diseases are responsible for 70% of tooth loss in adults. Such diseases can be successfully and easily treated when diagnosed early.

The maintenance of natural teeth, easier chewing and better digestion are the benefits of prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases.

Gingivitis is the early warning sign of periodontal disease. The gums will bleed, look red, and over time, will become worse. Although this may not cause discomfort in the early period, if not treated, the disease may progress to periodontitis, and result in irreversible damage to the alveolar bone that supports teeth and gums.

Periodontitis is a more progressed phase of periodontal disease. The alveolar bone, together with other tissues that support teeth, is damaged. A “periodontal pocket” of localized infection develops between the tooth and gum. The tooth becomes loose as the disease progresses, and may even lead to extraction.

Periodontal diseases not treated in a timely manner may lead to loss of teeth and the development of several systemic diseases. Visiting your dentist regularly and removing bacterial dental plaque with daily oral care routines (brushing teeth and using dental floss) is crucial to maintaining dental health.

Causes of Periodontal Diseases

  • Smoking: Smoking is one of the factors that accelerates the progress and development of periodontal diseases.
  • Hormonal Changes: Women are more predisposed to gingival bleeding, dental sensitivity and gingival diseases. Especially when hormonal changes occur, such as reaching puberty, menstruation, pregnancy and menopause. Periodic visits to the dentist, and preventive treatment will arrest the tendency.
  • Malnutrition and Irregular Eating Habits:Poor diet and irregular eating habits reduce the body’s resistance to disease, this invites gingival bleeding and periodontal diseases.
  • Medication: Oral contraceptives, antidepressants and a number of heart medications may adversely affect oral and dental health, increase sensitivity, and cause damage to the gums. Alert your dentist if you are taking drugs of this nature.
  • Stress: Stress impairs the body’s resistance to disease, and is a significant risk factor for periodontal diseases.
  • Teeth grinding (bruxism):The grinding and clenching of teeth cause damage to the tissues supporting teeth and accelerates tissue destruction.
  • Diabetes mellitus:Diabetic patients are predisposed to the development of infections such as periodontal diseases, accelerating the progress of existing gingival disease.
  • Other systemic diseases:Anything that disturbs the body’s resistance to disease can also affect the condition of the gums. A number of diseases, such as cardiac diseases, high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, renal disease, AIDS, and tuberculosis may directly lead to gingival bleeding and periodontal diseases

What are The Symptoms of Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease may progress without symptoms, so it is critically important to visit your dentist regularly.

Treatment of Periodontal Diseases

  • Medication prescribed by the dentist should be used after scaling and curettage.
  • If the disease has progressed severely, periodontal surgical procedures (gingival surgery) should be performed. Surgical procedures may be required to prevent recurrence of, and protect, against the disease in cases of dental recession and bone loss.
  • Surgical and clinical treatments may be performed using conventional methods, however, the dental laser may be used in some cases if deemed appropriate and recommended by the dentist. Laser therapy has been widely and successfully used for gingival diseases in recent years.

10 comments

  • Belete

    18 May 2022 at 23:30

    Hi I have gum problem and loose teeth can I keep My teeth if I treated in your clinic ?.

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    • AtteliaDentalTurkey

      20 May 2022 at 11:34

      Dear Belete,

      It would be our pleasure directing our dentist to answer your questions more accurately.

      Kindly use the link below to fill the form:

      https://atteliadental.com/get-a-quote/

      Kind Regards.

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  • woldeab medhi

    20 May 2022 at 00:29

    Full mouth. Lanap cost

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    • AtteliaDentalTurkey

      20 May 2022 at 11:42

      Dear Medhi,
      In order to assist you more quickly, please fill out the contact form on the link below.
      https://atteliadental.com/get-a-quote
      We wish you healthy days.

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  • Richard Felix

    20 May 2022 at 18:15

    Hello,

    I have been diagnosed with periodontitis by my dentist and I am now looking at a laser treatment to eradicate the bad bacteria permanently. Please send me some information regarding the treatment that you offer and the costs involved.

    Also in terms of coming over, any hotel you would recommend and the length of stay I would need.

    Reply

    • Okan İncedayı

      23 May 2022 at 13:17

      Dear Richard Felix,
      We would be glad to help you.
      In order to assist you more quickly, please fill out the contact form on the link below.
      https://atteliadental.com/get-a-quote
      Wishing you well.

      Reply

  • Luke

    14 November 2022 at 15:41

    Hello.
    I’m pretty sure I have periodontitis. I am now looking at a laser treatment to eradicate the bad bacteria permanently.
    My front teeth which are crowned are quite wobbly.
    I can’t afford dentistry here in the uk.
    Can you please send me some information regarding the treatment that you offer and all the costs involved.
    Any flight details would be fully appreciated too.
    Warm regards.
    Luke.

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    • Attelia Dental Turkey

      15 November 2022 at 17:49

      Hey Dear Luke,
      Kindly know that you may use the link or WhatsApp below,
      To get more accurate response & information regarding the price for the treatment you need, from our experts & dentists.
      Free consultation and treatmant plan is going to be provided to you with all the details.
      Kind Regards.
      https://atteliadental.com/get-a-quote
      +90 541 312 50 26

      Reply

  • Simone

    22 November 2022 at 01:43

    I have gum disease, I lost some bones

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    • Attelia Dental Turkey

      22 November 2022 at 11:07

      Hey Dear Simone,
      We would be happy to help.
      Free consultation and treatmant plan is going to be provided to you with all the details.
      Please use the link below to get more accurate response & information regarding your options for the treatment you need, from our experts & dentists.
      Kind Regards.
      https://atteliadental.com/get-a-quote
      +90 541 312 50 26

      Reply

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