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Gum Disease Treatment Options to Restore your Oral Health

Ways to Treat Gum Disease in Mississauga Area

Have you noticed blood in the sink when brushing? You might not pay too much attention to it, but this may be a sign of gum disease. Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss, so you must pay optimal attention whenever you spot symptoms. The good news is that when gum disease strikes, you can seek treatment from Dentistry On 10 in Mississauga to restore your oral health.

What is gum disease?

Gum disease starts with plaque buildup — a sticky film of bacteria. You can eliminate plaque by brushing and flossing and scheduling dental cleanings with a dental practice. Unfortunately, if you neglect your oral health, it’s only a matter of time before plaque hardens into tartar, which inflames your gums.

Gum disease starts as a mild form of gingivitis marked by swollen, red, and bleeding gums. With proper dental care, gingivitis is reversible. However, if you don’t seek any treatment, gum disease morphs into full-blown periodontitis, which causes bad breath, receding gums, and tooth loss. Advanced gum disease is irreversible but can be treated by Dr. Rina Kotecha and her team.

Gum disease treatment options

When periodontal disease comes knocking on your doors, we offer surgical and non-surgical treatments to restore your dental health. These treatments include:

  • Deep teeth cleaning: This treatment involves scaling that removes plaque and tartar beneath and above your gum line. Besides, it incorporates root planing, which smoothes your tooth roots to aid gums in reattaching to the roots. Scaling and root planing are adequate for the early stage of gum disease, and you may need more than one visit, depending on the severity of your infection.
  • Antibiotic therapy: Your dentist may apply local antibiotics to your gums. Also, oral antibiotics may be administered to keep your infection under control.
  • At-home periodontal trays: These are specially designed trays to deliver treatment deep into your gums.
  • Periodontal surgery: Where gum disease has progressed to periodontitis, pocket reduction surgery is necessary to fold back your gum tissue to facilitate deep cleaning. Besides, during pocket reduction surgery, your dentist removes infectious bacteria and recontours your tooth roots.

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What issue did you have before you came here with your teeth? Before I came to see Doctor, there was a front tooth of mine which broke and that were two teeth put for me in front. Many years ago, in Tanzania and a slum. So, one day when I was eating something hard It broke so I had to come to doctor. I came and I showed Doctor and Doctor said this has to be removed. Once I remove this, we will have to put a bridge for you And I said Okay because without that two teeth in the front, I could not smile. I was looking terrible You know, so I said to doctor. Okay I’ll, I’ll, put a bridge, she said I’ll put fight for you and I said how much will it cost Doctor, and Doctor gave me the price and I told her OKAY. I have my son in Tanzania. I’m going to tell him about it, tell him about the price and see what he’s saying and asking should I do it here, Should I come to Tanzania and do it, and he told me no mum. I want you to do it with Doctor Rena. So go ahead. So, I came back and I told doctor I want to do it and she started working on me and one day I was called. That’s the day I was going to get my bridge. She told me you’ll have to have patience. You have to for three hours this work will take. I said Okay she handled me so well. The reason is I cannot lie flat on the bed, so I brought my pillow. I put my pillow and doctor worked and worked. Maybe Doctor was getting tired because you know they had to bend down, but she did it then she gave me a break after one and. 1/2 hour. I got up. I came out, had a walk, went back again, then she started again and after three hours she fixed the bridge and she said to me. Look, how do you look now? Oh God, I was shocked. I was shocked. I said doctor, look at my smile, it’s so good Now I don’t have to worry You know, so I can show Everybody, my teeth now like. That so that was it. And I’m so happy with Doctor Reena and I would recommend her to Anybody who ever wants to do a bridge Because she really handled me with care. I do not really know If I had gone some other dentist, if they would have had the patience, the patience she took with me was fantastic and I’m always thanking God for giving such a good doctor.

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Meet Dr. Rina Kotecha

Dr. Rina Kotecha is a graduate of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. She possesses 19 years of expertise in the dentistry field specializing in general dentistry. She has further qualifications from the MGE Executive Training Program and Master Implant Training Program while holding certification in Soft Tissue Management Program by DenMat. She completed the Rondeau Seminars in Level I Orthodontics and she is an active member of the Ontario Dental Association and Ontario Dental Implant Network.