Periodontics Gardena, CA

Are you experiencing pain and discomfort due to swollen gums? Addressing painful gums right away is vitally important to maintaining your oral health and preventing further dental complications.

At Dentist of Gardena, our dentists are experienced in diagnosing and treating periodontal, or gum disease. We know that gums are the foundation for a healthy smile and we'll work with you to develop a customized treatment plan to treat and reverse your gum disease and restore your oral health.

What Is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a serious infection in your gums. It is generally caused by poor oral hygiene and the buildup of tartar, plaque and bacteria. While mild periodontal disease in the form of gingivitis can be common, if not treated it can lead to severe cases that result in tooth loss and damage to the jawbone. Untreated gum disease can also cause tooth sensitivity and infections that may spread to other teeth. At Dentist of Gardena, our expert periodontal treatment can help reverse your gum disease and restore your healthy smile.

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Benefits of Periodontal Treatment

  • Stops the spread of further infection to adjacent teeth
  • Helps prevent tooth loss
  • Relieves discomfort from painful and swollen gums
  • Restores the natural color and health of your gums
  • Effective and efficient when started early

What Are The Symptoms Of Gum Disease?

Gum disease is a common oral health issue experienced by many patients, but without proper care it can have serious negative effects on your health. Our skilled dentist will do a thorough evaluation of your mouth to determine the right treatment plan to correct your periodontal disease. You should schedule an appointment right away if you are suffering from any of the following common gum disease symptoms:

  • Gum swelling
  • Bright red gums
  • Bleeding when brushing your teeth
  • Receding gums
  • Severe gum pain
  • Gum & tooth sensitivity

Don't Wait To Treat Your Gum Disease!

You don't need to continue suffering from discomfort and pain, call us today at (424) 321-7470 to schedule your periodontal consultation.

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