2215 Pump Rd, Henrico, VA 23233

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By visiting Who Does Your Teeth on a more frequent basis, our dentist can provide periodontal maintenance in Henrico, Virginia. Periodontal maintenance involves regularly visiting our office for tooth, gum, and pocket cleanings. Receiving these treatments may help keep your periodontal disease under control. If you feel that you could benefit from regular periodontal maintenance, please schedule your appointment with our dentist by calling us at 804-447-1435.

If your gums are tender, red, swollen, or bleed easily, you may suffer from periodontal disease. Periodontal disease, which is also known as gum disease, is a degenerative condition caused by bacteria in plaque, which accumulates on the teeth. When not treated, periodontal disease can result in loss of the teeth, gum tissue, and bone. While gum disease is not curable, we can treat the condition and keep it under control to protect your oral health. Our dentist is pleased to provide periodontal maintenance after your initial periodontal disease treatment to continue to prevent the serious effects of the condition.

Periodontal maintenance involves visiting our office on a regular basis, typically once every three months, for a professional cleaning. These treatments include thorough cleanings both above and below the gum line, removing plaque, tartar (hardened plaque, also called dental calculus), and bacteria to prevent the condition from worsening. Periodontal maintenance is recommended every three months because when biofilm is not removed, the periodontal bacteria begin to flourish within three to twelve weeks. By providing a cleaning at twelve weeks (three months), we are able to remove these bacteria and keep the condition under control. To learn more about periodontal maintenance and how we can treat gum disease, we welcome you to call or visit our office today.

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