1. Professional dental cleaning and routine dental check up
The American Dental Association recommends professional cleanings and a routine dental check up
twice each year. During routine check ups, signs of developing gum disease if any are identified and
treatment is rendered to prevent further progression of the disease. Professional cleanings remove
plaque residue, which improves mouth odor.
2. Scaling and root planing/ deep cleaning
More advanced stages of gum disease can be treated with scaling and root planing, which is a procedure that scrapes away plaque residue and tartar beneath the gum lines
3. Gum surgery
When gum disease is extremely advanced, it may require a surgical intervention called pocket reduction
surgery. During this procedure, the gums are actually lifted from the teeth and the underlying bone
is smoothed so that the gums will fit tightly around the teeth without pocketsThe professionals at
US dental are highly qualified and equipped with latest technology to diagnose and treat the toothache.
After thorough clinical assessment aided by X ray examinations, diagnosis of toothache is established
and the treatment is rendered to alleviate the tooth pain.