Our Periodontal Therapy Dental Services
Expert periodontal dental care in Plano, TX
To put it simply, periodontal diseases cause gum problems. These problems, once caught, are very difficult to treat. Periodontists help their patients by reducing or eliminating periodontal diseases. Periodontists receive additional training in performing surgical as well as non-surgical therapies to cure their patients’ oral problems.
At Shifa Dental in Plano, we have the best-in-class periodontists who have tons of experience in carrying out these dental care therapies. They have received education from renowned universities, and they are completely aware of each and every periodontal problem. They have been acknowledged and appreciated by several organizations for their expertise. Patients refer others to experience the absolute perfection of our periodontal dental services for all their periodontal problems.
Non-Surgical Dental Care Options
At Shifa Dental, we provide non-surgical dental care treatments, laser treatment, gum graft surgery, dental crown lengthening, plastic surgery procedures, regenerative procedures, dental implants, and pocket reduction procedures.
If a patient can be cured without surgery, we will give priority to non-surgical procedures. Non-surgical procedures include scaling and root planning, tray delivery systems. In the scaling and root planning procedure, our trusted Plano periodontists will clean the root of the tooth in order to remove harmful substances, such as tartar. This careful cleaning usually eliminates the requirement for surgery. Of course, patients must continue visiting their Plano dentist to monitor the health of their teeth and roots. In tray delivery systems, patients transfer the periodontists-prescribed medications to their mouth via a customized tray. Other than these dental care methods, your periodontist may recommend using night-guards and bite-guards as part of nonsurgical treatment.
Surgical Dental Care Options
Our Plano periodontists use surgical dental care procedures to reduce the space between teeth and their gums, to prepare the gums for implants, to reproduce soft as well as hard tissues, to fill indentations, to increase the surface of teeth, and to prepare your jaw for any other surgical process.
To figure out which periodontal therapy will work best for you, make an appointment with the Plano dental care experts today at Shifa Dental.
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Appointment scheduling: very easy, every time get a call back if front desk is not able to answer. Very quick to respond and accommodate your schedule. Very polite.Facility : very descent facility Support staff : probably the best support staff I have seen at any dentist Doctor : Very professional. Explained me the Complete treatment.
As always, I had the best doctor and superb services at Shifa Dental. I never felt the need to go to any other dentist after coming to this place a couple of years ago. Their attention to details is masterful and coupled with the care for their patients they show is truly wonderful. A big thank to all the people at Shifa Dental.
It was my first time here and it was a great experience. I have sensitive teeth so they would check in to make sure the cleaning was feeling okay. The staff was very personable and I did not have to wait long. I would highly recommend!
The place is very clean. Necessary precautions were taken by the staff amidst the pandemic and it shows in the quality of the dental service. Deepa K explained to me in detail and ways as to improve where needed regarding my teeth. Mariam and other staff members are courteous. Overall very impressed. This is my second visit.
The doctor and staff was amazing!!!! I loved how the service was I went in and came out extremely fast. Now this is my permanent doctor!
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- Red, swollen, sore gums
- Gums that bleed when brushing and flossing
- Teeth that appear longer or become loose
- Large spaces that form between the teeth
- Gums that begin to pull away from the teeth
- Chronic bad breath
If left untreated, periodontal disease can lead to other health issues such as heart disease and diabetes. Periodontal disease is connected to early birth and low birth weight in pregnant women. The state of your smile has an impact on your overall health.
Treatments for periodontal disease include:
- Non-surgical treatment
- Periodontal surgery
- Periodontal therapy
- Dental implants
- At-home care (special toothpaste, mouthwash, toothbrushes, and prescription treatment trays)