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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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.
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