Gum Care



Gingivitis is a common gum condition that causes swelling and bleeding – if not treated in a timely manner this can progress on to a condition called periodontitis which can cause pocketing and recession of the gums thus reducing dental support and resulting in tooth mobility.


Gum care procedure can effectively remove the calculus and bacteria responsible for these gum conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of Gum Care?

Gum care a.k.a periodontal treatments leaves the gum healthy and relieves the patients of pain and discomfort. Gums' complete strength and functionality is restored – healthy gums mean healthy teeth.

Procedures and duration of treatment

Scaling and root planning surgeries are generally done in single or double visits, but the patient is normally advised for follow-up visits to evaluate the health of the gums. Along with the treatment, the patient may be given antibiotic medication and gels to promote natural healing and to keep discomfort at bay.

Are there any risks involved?

There are no risks involved.