Perioscopic treatment is the current toast of the dental world when it comes to treatment of periodontal disease. With the use of perioscope, a dentist or dental hygienist can diagnose and treat the areas below the gum line without resorting to surgery.
What is Perioscopy?Perioscopy uses digital technology which enables minimally
How much does perioscopic treatment cost?
The cost of perioscopic treatment is roughly the same as that of traditional surgery but with far better results. After all, when periodontal disease is properly diagnosed and treated, the patient has better chances of keeping their natural teeth and minimizes risk to his/her general health.
Who is a good candidate for this treatment?
A good candidate for perioscopic treatment is anybody with at least 4mm deep pocket/s, cracks, flaws, perforations and other underlying dental conditions. Because the perioscope can easily identify gum infections without resorting to costly and painful surgery, this is a good option for those with dental trauma or who experience anxiety when going to the dentist. This procedure is not only for minor periodontal disease and tissue inflammation but can help prevent further deterioration of teeth due to advanced periodontitis as well. The more complex dental conditions may take a more thorough assessment but rest assured that this technology gives better options as far preserving your natural teeth is concerned and keeping your oral health in check.
Taking care of your gums, teeth and mouth health is important not only to preserve your smile but also to contribute in the maintenance of your general well-being. Remember that the mouth is the entry point of food that you need to sustain your body. Whatever is processed in the mouth will go to the rest of the body therefore oral health must be in the best condition possible.
The good news is, it doesn’t take much to maintain good oral health. Visiting your dentist regularly can help detect periodontal infections or problems early. If you are a candidate for oral surgery, ask about the perioscopic treatment, it may help you find better ways to deal with your current dental condition.