Non-Surgical Therapy
Scaling and Root Planing:
Manually removing the plaque and tarter from the root surfaces of your teeth below the gum line.

Because bacteria cause periodontitis antibiotics may be prescribed as pills or as an Antibiotic fiber. The fibers are used in conjunction with scaling and root planing. They are placed directly into the pockets and are removed within 7-10 days later. Antibacterial mouth rinses may also be recommended to help plaque control.

Bite correction:
An imbalanced bite may accelerate bone destruction. Your teeth may be adjusted for proper and better function. A Bite-guard (removable retainer fitting over teeth) may be required to protect teeth surfaces and relax tense muscles.

This technique attaches weak teeth together, combining them into a stronger single unit, making them more stable and offering more comfortable chewing.