Periodontal Health Evaluation in Stuart, FL

Are you suffering from red, swollen, or bleeding gums? These symptoms could be signs of periodontal disease, a serious condition that affects the gums and bones that support your teeth. At Treasure Coast Dental, we offer periodontal health evaluations to diagnose and treat gum disease.

Health Issues Targeted

Periodontal disease can lead to serious oral health problems such as tooth loss and bone damage, as well as systemic health problems such as heart disease and diabetes. A periodontal health evaluation is important in identifying and treating periodontal disease in its early stages, before it causes irreversible damage.

Why Get the Service

Periodontal disease can lead to serious oral health problems such as tooth loss and bone damage, as well as systemic health problems such as heart disease and diabetes. A periodontal health evaluation is important in identifying and treating periodontal disease in its early stages, before it causes irreversible damage.

Why Chose Us

Our periodontal health evaluation is a comprehensive and essential service for maintaining good oral health. With our skilled dental professionals and state-of-the-art equipment, we can diagnose and treat periodontal disease before it causes serious damage to your teeth and overall health. Don’t wait until it’s too late – schedule your periodontal health evaluation today!

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OFFICE HOURS

Monday – Thursday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Friday – Sunday: CLOSED

The Steps for Periodontal Health Evaluation

Our dental professionals will examine your teeth and gums, looking for any signs of inflammation, bleeding, or pockets around the teeth.

Our dental professionals will use a periodontal probe to measure the depth of the pockets around each tooth.

In some cases, our dental professionals may take X-rays to get a better look at the bones that support your teeth.

Based on their examination and measurements, our dental professionals will diagnose the stage of gum disease.

Depending on the severity of the gum disease, our dental professionals may recommend a range of treatments such as scaling and root planing, antibiotics, or periodontal surgery.

Our dental professionals will monitor your progress and provide ongoing care to ensure that your gums remain healthy and disease-free. Regular periodontal health evaluations can help prevent gum disease from recurring.