Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatments

Experiencing bad breath (halitosis) ?
Suffering from gum bleeding on regular basis?

  •  Early-stage gum disease treatments
  • Deep scaling and root planing
  •  Oral health tips


Non-surgical therapy has proven effective in treating gingivitis and early periodontitis by removing plaque and calculus to control the growth of harmful bacteria. This type of treatment may be all what we need for specific cases, especially when periodontal disease is caught in its early stages. It is advisable to replace insufficient fillings and crowns or any other restoration that can accumulate plaque before periodontal therapy begins.

Non-surgical gum treatment is done with the aid of local anesthesia to minimize the discomfort. The procedure is completed in 2-4 sessions, depending on the case. Non-surgical therapy could be also used as a first phase of an advanced periodontitis treatment before proceeding with any surgical procedure.

Deep scaling is a type of advanced cleaning that removes plaque and calculus from the teeth at and below the gum line. Root planing smooths root surfaces, so the supportive tissues can more effectively reattach to the tooth surface.  The main indication for this procedure is in early stages of gum disease with gum bleeding, swollen gums and beginning of gum recession around the teeth.  Also, it is used as a primary treatment for more advanced cases of periodontitis before further surgical procedures. During deep scaling treatment laser application is used to improve regeneration of gum tissue. 


Occlusal adjustment aims to make corrections to the patient’s bite associated with shifting, loose teeth or teeth that are biting too hard, which are the results of tooth clenching. Balancing and evenly distributing the biting and chewing forces on the teeth helps reduce the mobility of the teeth and relieves excessive pressures on the supporting gum and bone structures. This correction contributes to achieve better results in improving the periodontal status of the patients and is an essential part of the treatment and needs to be considered in any Periodontitis case. 


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

What causes gum disease?

Gum diseases are caused by a steady buildup of bacterial plaque on the teeth along the gum line. The bacteria in this plaque releases toxins, which can irritate the soft tissues of the gums leading to infection and other issues.

Is there a non-surgical therapy for gum disease?

Scaling and root planning can help people manage a primary stage gum disease. These techniques are called deep cleaning.

What happens if gum disease is left untreated?

If the gum disease is left untreated, it causes the loss of the tooth. If the infection spreads, it can cause an increased risk of heart disease, stroke or diabetes.

Are dental implants good mains to restore tooth after a gum disease?

A dental implant is made after the complete removal of the hopeless tooth. However, it is important to undergo proper treatment and cleanliness requirements to keep gum diseases away and retain the implant for a longer time.

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German Dental and Neuromuscular Clinic
Unit 1002, Cluster W, Tiffany Tower,
Jumeirah Lake Towers
P.O. Box: 71803, Dubai, UAE.