periodontosis STACHUS MUNICH
The broad field of periodontology is exceedingly extensive and the basis for your dental health. When teeth and gums are contaminated by plaque, the risk of gum gum inflammation is high. Accordingly, affected patients run the risk of a of developing painful periodontal disease.
Learn more about periodontology and what we can do for you about what we can do for you – for the sake of your dental health.
Act in time
Bacterial inflammation of the gums is often painful. Nevertheless, many patients hesitate to undergo dental treatment in this regard. Periodontal disease or periodontitis is literally a “widespread disease”. It is a bacterial inflammation of the gums, which is initially painless. At first it is easy to treated. However, you can expect far-reaching consequences if this bacterial inflammation is left untreated. The periodontium is the link between the tooth and the jawbone. It consists of the connective tissue, the gum and the bone segment.
Difference between gingivitis and periodontal disease
Periodontal disease is caused by bacterial infestation. When bacteria and germs accumulate in the oral cavity or food residues in the oral cavity, they multiply. In the course of this, they secrete aggressive acids over time, which lead to gingivitis. In the case of advanced periodontosis, comprehensive treatment in periodontology is required. On the one hand is to stop the bacterial inflammation. On the other hand, the goal is to heal the gums and keep them healthy and to keep them healthy in the long term. Because only then your teeth will get support and stability.
Gum inflammation is a kind of preliminary stage of periodontosis. Bleeding gums and discoloration are the first signs of so-called gingivitis. In the case of advanced gum inflammation, which extends to the tooth bed, is called periodontosis.
The consequences of periodontal disease
The consequenceMany patients are afraid of the dentist. Therefore, they often shy away from visiting the specialist for specialist in periodontology. However, if the gingivitis remains untreated and, if necessary, progresses to the If the gum inflammation is left untreated and if it progresses to the jawbone, the jawbone will recede over time. Also the gums will also recede, so that the necks of the teeth will soon appear longer.
Exposed necks of teeth are extremely painful and also look very unattractive.
unattractive. Loose teeth are a further indication of advanced periodontal disease and indicate that the recession and subsequent loss of the jaw bone can hardly be stopped.
Once the bacteria reach the bloodstream, this can pose aconsiderable danger to the health of the entire organism. Frequent secondary diseases are many patients are afraid of the dentist.
The periodontal treatment with ultrasound
In periodontology, the plaque is first removed from the tooth surfaces. Each individual gingival pocket is also cleaned successively to prevent the multiplication of germs in the oral cavity. With the help of ultrasound, both hard and soft plaque can be permanently removed. The open areas of the tooth roots are then cleaned and smoothed so that no new bacteria can grow on the cleaned surface the cleaned surface so that no new plaque can be deposited. Take the time and get in touch with our specialists.
We look forward to hearing from you and will be happy to advise you on the individual possibilities that a specific periodontal treatment offers you. Do something good for yourself and prevent serious health consequences – through a specific periodontal periodontal treatment in our periodontology department.
Fillings in the form of inlays or onlays become necessary in case of damage to the molars caused by caries necessary.
When working with an inlay, the first step is to remove the caries damage.
Subsequently, the inlays, also known as “inlay fillings”, are adapted exactly to the shape of the tooth The inlays, also known as “inlay fillings”, are then manufactured as “rigid” fillings and inserted into the tooth.
Onlays, on the other hand, are used when not only the occlusal surface but also the cusps are affected by caries and need to be reconstructed. Because they extend over one or more cusps, they are also referred to as also known as “dome fillings”.
Our aim is to ensure that your dental prosthesis fits perfectly, thanks to the right choice of materials and high that your dentures fit perfectly and are not visible to outsiders.
Call us and make your personal consultation appointment. We are looking forward to it, to welcome you soon in our practice!