Peri-implant dental care
The soft and the hard gum tissues around the dental implants are some times affected by inflamed conditions and it is called as peri-implant disease. Visit our Prosmile dental clinic in Wakad, to avail our Implants Service and our dentist are Dr. Nilam Lohar and Dr. Asmitha Kharche and they have completed their graduation and post graduation with a working experience of 10 years and 10 years respectively.
Schedule an appointment and visit us at our Prosmile dental clinic in Wakad which is absolutely free for the first time.
How is peri Implant care performed in Pune?
With the help of proper brushing and flossing, the early stages of gum disease can be treated. Your plaque will be prevented from building up if you maintain good oral health.
The only way to remove plaque is by scheduling an appointment with our Trusted Orthodontist in Wakad. We will clean or scale your teeth to remove the tartar above and below the gumline. A root planning procedure will be performed if your dental condition is more severe. Irregularities are smoothed by this procedure.
Schedule an appointment and visit us at our Prosmile dental clinic in Wakad.
Frequently asked questions about Peri-Implant care
What is Peri-implant disease?
Some sort of infection that is caused by a dental implant and the most common that the patients suffer from is peri-implantitis which can lead to bone loss and even implant failure. To know whether you are suffering from such a disease visit our Prosmile dental clinic and dentist in Wakad will do their best treatment.
What is the cause of peri Implantitis?
This infection is caused by bacteria build up in the mouth post surgery or even after a few years. The best ways to avoid bacteria and plaque build-up is by regularly brushing and flossing the teeth. You can also make a visit at our dental clinic in Wakad and our dentists will actually do the cleaning process for you.
Will the gum disease go away when teeth is removed?
If it is not removed by regular flossing or brushing, plaque can build up and the bacteria can affect not only the teeth and the gums but also the bones which can actually make the teeth lose and eventually fall out or have to be removed by a dentist.
Is Peri-Implantitis reversible?
This condition is similar to gingivitis and is regarded as a reversible inflammatory condition which affects the soft tissues around the implant it is also accompanied by bone loss that exceeds normal.
Can Peri-Implantitis be cured?
Yes, it can be cured. Peri-Implantitis actually appears to be a surgical therapy. This surgical resection therapy is only partially effective. The treatment which is quite effective over here is surgical and antimicrobial treatment. After this treatment is done the patients need to revisit our dental clinic after 4 to 5 years.