If you have chronic periodontitis, go for a film check first. If that large tooth has been loosened for the third time and cannot be treated, it needs to be removed. For posterior bonding, it is recommended to use periodontal systemic treatment, which is divided into three stages: basic tooth cleaning, periodontal restoration, and post-maintenance to control inflammation.
What is the specific process of periodontitis treatment?
- For the retained teeth, first wash the teeth, remove the tartar on the gums, then deep clean the teeth, apply anesthetics, scrape off the tartars on the roots on both sides, and observe for a period of time after smoothing, and then look at the degree of atrophy and gingival shrinkage. For lighter ones, periodontal surgery is not needed. For those with deeper periodontal pockets, the gums should be incised to remove the diseased tissue and residual plaque.
- Connect connective tissue is sutured to cover the root of the tooth. The vertical bone resorption can also guide tissue regeneration and allow periodontal ligament stem cells to grow. In addition, the loose teeth can be fixed and repaired. The extracted position can be implanted or implanted within 3 months. Teeth should be reviewed after 2 months of treatment and cleaned regularly to avoid recurrence of periodontitis.
How to shorten the recovery time of periodontitis?
- It is easier to accumulate dental plaque after receding gums. Try to use dental floss to remove it after meals, but water flossing is best not to damage the gums. If the gap between the teeth is large, use an interdental brush to clean, if you want For orthodontics, you must first treat periodontitis before putting on braces, otherwise the teeth will fall off in a large area.
- Periodontitis can not be cured at one time. It needs long-term cleaning and maintenance to control dental plaque. The gums are relatively fragile. Do a good job of daily cleaning. After multiple loose teeth are bonded, normal chewing is restored, and you can no longer bite. Good food, prevention is very important, it is recommended to treat periodontitis early, daily relief can be anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, and the recovery will be faster if it is mild.
So treat periodontitis in time, as long as your teeth are still there, there is no problem with chewing after the restoration.
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