Gum Therapy • Gum Grafting • Gum Grafting Process • Gum Disease

Your gums can take a beating with improper dental hygiene. Gum therapy will help you fight the effects of gum disease. Protect your mouth from gingivitis and periodontal disease. We use gum therapy to stop gum inflammation and the spread of bacterial damage. Gum therapy includes a variety of dental procedures to correct damage to your gums. These include dental cleanings, antibiotics, scaling and root planing. Gum therapy will help you manage and correct gum disease. Protect your oral and overall health with gum therapy.

  • Fights gingivitis
  • Gum grafting
  • Antibiotics
  • Scaling and root planing
  • Stops the spread of periodontal disease
  • Helps manage and correct gum disease

Gum Grafting

Gum recession can cause problems for your oral health. Gum recession allows bacteria to further damage your mouth. Gum grafting allows your gums to continue protecting your teeth. Gum grafting is necessary if your mucosa is affected. It’s your first line of protection against bacterial penetration. Our gum grafting stops the damage of gum recession. This includes root sensitivity to hot and cold foods. Gum recession can expose the root surface of your mouth. This leads to root caries and root gouging. Stop this terrible process with gum grafting.

  • Replaces missing gum tissue
  • Soft tissue grafting
  • Connective tissue grafting
  • Reinforces gum tissue

Gum Grafting Process

Gum grafting corrects the unattractive look of gum recession. Dr. Yeh does this by taking a thin piece of gum tissue from the roof of your mouth. This is done to cover any exposed parts of your tooth roots. Gum grafting gives you a stable band of attached gingival around your teeth. Our gum grafting procedures are done carefully. Sedation dentistry and nitrous oxide are used for this procedure.

  • Scaling and root planing to remove tartar and bacteria
  • Oral and topical antibiotics to fight bacterial growth
  • Stops gum recession
  • Restores the look of your teeth and gums
  • Covers exposed tooth roots

Enjoy the smile and dental health you deserve! Contact SeaTac Family Dentistry or Port Orchard Dental Artistry today.