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Gum disease treatments available at the practice of Dr. Titania Tong

practice of Dr. Titania Tong offers Gum disease treatments

Gum disease, sometimes referred to as periodontal disease, is a condition that can have a negative impact on the health of the smile. Treatments are encouraged regardless of the stage at which it has reached to bring the smile back to health and address the problem at hand.

What is gum disease?

Gum disease is a rapidly developing infection that can affect the gum tissue, bone, and the natural teeth. It can coincide with the development of cavities as well, which eat away at the tooth’s enamel and structure. Gum disease cannot be cured, though it can be controlled with proactive measures by the patient and dentist.

What are the treatments suggested for gum disease?

Gum disease can be treated in several different ways. This varies, depending on the stage the condition has reached. In the earlier stages, a thorough cleaning at the dental office is the first step. In the later stages, patients may need to undergo a treatment called root planing. This may be combined with ozonated oils applied to the gums to treat the infection at the source. Ozonated oils are used as a natural form of disinfection and has been shown by many studies to be as effective in controlling bacterial infection as any chemical disinfectant.

Schedule an appointment today!

At the practice of Dr. Titania Tong in Central, Hong Kong, patients can enjoy a wide range of treatments from a quality, family dentist. Gum disease treatments are just one of many services offered. When patients of all ages require dental care, they are encouraged to book an appointment with Dr. Titania Tong . She can be visited at 13B Oriental Crystal Commercial Building at 46 Lyndhurst Terrace or by telephone, 852 2810 1801. Her state-of-the-art facility is convenient for patients in the communities of The Peak, Mid Levels, Wan Chai, Jardine’s Lookout, and Causeway Bay.

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