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Having bad breath or do you have bleeding while brushing your teeth? You might be suffering from gum diseases. This basically means the accumulation of bacteria and other factors that destroy the tissues of teeth. Gum disease is a dental issue that can affect anyone at any age. As it often develops without any signs of pain, there is a chance to get overlooked. But gum diseases advance very fast and spread to supporting bone, resulting in loss of teeth.


If you are suffering from one more of the following condition, you are at the risk of gum diseases.

  • Bleeding gums
  • Bad breath
  • Red swollen and tender gums
  • Pus discharge
  • Loose teeth
  • Gums that have pulled away from the teeth exposing the root


At BEAUTICA, we offer advanced gum disease treatment to our patients. Gum diseases can be treated using various methods based on the disease growth. After a periodontal evaluation, our dentists make recommendations for treatment ranging from non-surgical techniques to surgical procedures.


If the gum disease has not spread to a large extent or is in its initial stage, we recommend SCALING and ROOT PLANNING which involves the removal of tartar and plaques from the root of your teeth and makes it clean to avoid any further gum disease. Prescribing antibiotics and anti-bacterial mouthwashes is also a common method as they may help to control plaques.


If the disease has spread to surrounding tissues and to get perfect results, some patients need surgical methods. Surgical methods such as GINGIVOPLASTY and GINGIVOPLASTY involve the process of removing or reshaping the excess amount of gum growth. Sometimes bone surgery is also performed to correct any gum disease due to bone disorders.

After the gum treatment, one should always give careful attention to oral hygiene at home because gum disease is a chronic problem and can return even after gum treatment. Always make follow-up visits to your dental expert to ensure oral health.