Gingivitis Treatments in Dubai

Updated on Monday 03rd October 2016

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Gingivitis is the primary form of gum disease that can be cured with proper oral hygiene. If left untreated, gingivitis can transform into periodontitis, a disorder that causes pocketing around the teeth and finally tooth loss. If you observe the signs of this illness, you need to consult our dentists in Dubai immediately for an oral care review.

 

Dental treatments for gingivitis


The dentists in Dubai will check your mouth during a dental cleaning appointment and then they will eliminate any plaque and tartar that are built up on your teeth and polish the teeth in order to remove external marks. After this procedure, the dentists might do a dental investigation to measure any pockets that grow at the gumline and then will conclude if your gingivitis has transformed into periodontitis. Irregularities of the teeth can hold back dental hygiene, leading to gingivitis, if the teeth and gums are not washed correctly.
 

How to clean your teeth and gums?


When an individual has gingivitis, the aim is to free the gums of irritation and bring back the healthy pink color. Our dentists in Dubai recommend to their patients to brush and floss the teeth minimum twice a day. The patients must not forget about the chewing sides too and they need to be gentle with brushing, if they don’t want to irritate sensitive gums and teeth. After brushing, flossing the tooth is required in everyday dental care. A proper brushing lasts at least two minutes and our dentist in Dubai reminds to his patients to replace the toothbrush about every three months. To flush harmful bacteria and plaque away from the gums, the patients need to gargle and rinse with a mouthwash.

The dentist in Dubai will recommend to his patients the significant vitamin C that makes injuries heal faster. People can take vitamin C in an usual tablet form or by eating foods rich in vitamin C, like lemons, tomatoes, grapefruits, broccoli or cauliflower.

Please feel free to contact our team of dentists in Dubai for any other information regarding gingivitis treatments.

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