What is Late Periodontitis?
Early Periodontitis, if left untreated worsens and results in Late Periodontitis which is characterized by increased gum bleeding and foul breath in addition to loose teeth and receding gums.
How would you know you have late periodontitis??
A patient with late periodontitis generally presents with one or more of the following signs
– increased gum bleeding
– receding gums
– loose teeth
– increased swelling in the gums and foul breath
How do you treat late periodontitis?
Late periodontitis will not be cured by just cleaning. It requires extensive therapy and an effective treatment planning. Minor surgical procedures are done to remove the infection and bring back the bone and soft tissues to a healthy state.
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