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Periodontal Therapy – Grand Prairie, TX

No More Bleeding & Sensitive Gums

Whenever you finish brushing and flossing your teeth, do you always see pink in the sink? Bleeding gums is a common sign of periodontal (gum) disease, and while the early symptoms of this infection are minor, they will only become more severe without professional treatment. Ultimately, it can even lead to tooth loss! Thankfully, the team at Real Dental can detect periodontal disease early and provide the targeted periodontal therapy in Grand Prairie, TX that patients need to get their oral health back on track. If you or a loved one is experiencing bleeding, red, or sensitive gums, give us a call today!

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Why Choose Real Dental for Periodontal Therapy?

Scaling & Root Planing

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Most of the time, periodontal disease is the result of plaque and tartar being allowed to accumulate on the teeth below the gum line, exposing the nearby soft tissues and bone to harmful bacteria. With scaling and root planing, we’re able to completely remove these substances and then carefully reshape the roots of the teeth to make them smoother. This prevents plaque and tartar from building up near the gums in the future, plus it enables the gums to heal much faster.

Periodontal Maintenance

Patient with healthy smile at periodontal maintenance appointment

Once a patient has been diagnosed with periodontal disease, it can never be fully cured, but it can be managed to the point that someone won’t experience any negative symptoms. To do this, we’ll recommend that they visit us every 3 to 4 months for periodontal maintenance, which will consist of an exam and cleaning. With this approach, we can prevent any bad oral bacteria from building up and quickly treat any problem areas before they cause serious damage or pain.

Bad Breath

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Do you often find yourself struggling with noticeable bad breath, no matter how diligently you brush, floss, and use mouthwash? It may be caused by untreated gum disease or tooth decay. At Real Dental, we can inspect your particular case and offer long-term solutions, whether that ends up being dedicated periodontal treatment or a prescription for higher-strength oral hygiene products. You don’t have to suffer in silence!


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