Periodontal treatment

Failure to maintain good oral hygiene and serious health problems can lead to periodontal treatment, which prevents the onset of other diseases.

How do periodontal diseases develop?

Periodontal diseases are diseases that affect the entire oral cavity and are caused by improper or inadequate oral hygiene. Plaque that is not cleaned thoroughly hardens and turns into tartar. When large amounts of tartar mass build up, they reach the periodontal tissues, causing inflammation and increasing the risk of tooth loss. You may suspect periodontal disease without even visiting a dentist. Patients usually notice changes in their gums, such as bleeding, red, sensitive, swollen gums and sometimes the gums are even receding from teeth. There are also more negative changes, such as tartar formations on the teeth and bad breath. If you are bothered by these symptoms, you are probably suffering from periodontal disease – gingivitis or periodontitis.

Gingivitis, or inflammation of the gums, is a milder form of the disease and is quick and easy to treat. The problem is much more serious when these symptoms are not addressed in time. In this case, the disease progresses and gingivitis develops into a more severe form – periodontitis. This disease requires a long complex treatment.

How do periodontal diseases develop?


Periodontal diseases can be mild, moderate or severe. Depending on the stage of the disease and the degree of damage to the oral cavity, the treatment of periodontal disease may vary. Small problems that are detected in time can be solved with professional oral hygiene. During the procedure, special instruments are used to remove tartar and polish the teeth. After the procedure, the condition of the gums is visibly improved, the breath is fresher and tooth misalignment is reduced. Professional oral hygiene is also used to prevent periodontal disease. If the disease is already advanced, professional oral hygiene alone is not enough. In complex cases where deep gingival pockets have formed, surgical treatment is needed to remove the accumulated tartar by slightly moving the gums away from the teeth. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia, so there is no pain.


If periodontal diseases are not treated…

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Periodontal treatment prices

Tongue frenulum plastic surgery
90 €
Gum recession plastic surgery
350 €
Thickening the gum with palate (1d)
350 €
Thickening the gum with palate (2-3d)
700 €
Patch surgery (1 tooth)
100 €
Patch surgery (extra tooth)
35 €
Crown lengthening (1 tooth)
100 €

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