What we treat
Studio Fonzar: Specialists in non-surgical treatment of periodontitis.
If you suffer from the following symptoms:
– Rough tooth surfaces
– Sensitive teeth
– Bleeding gums
– Swollen and red gums
– Receding gums
– Loose teeth
– New spaces between teeth
– Bad breath
you may be suffering from periodontitis and we recommend you book an immediate appointment with a qualified dentist.
Who treats periodontitis in our studio?
How we treat periodontitis
If periodontitis is treated correctly is a disease that can be cured.
First of all we carry out a diagnosis using a periodontal scan. This is done during the first visit to establish the health of the gums and bones: the goal is to identify the presence, quantity and depth of the periodontal pockets, to establish the spread and severity of the disease.
We then begin treatment to stop the spread of the periodontal disease through three phases of treatment:
1) NON SURGICAL: to eliminate the cause of the disease
2) RESTORATIVE: to treat the signs and aesthetic manifestations of the disease
3) MAINTENANCE: to maintain the health of the post-periodontitis teeth over time.
Contact us with no obligation for further information or to schedule an appointment.
To find out more
What is periodontitis?
It is an inflammatory disease affecting the gums and the bone supporting the teeth. It is caused by the presence of anaerobic bacteria in the bacterial plaque which are able to live and multiply in the absence of oxygen. Genetic predisposition (familiarity) and lifestyles (inadequate plaque removal, smoking) play a very important role in the most acute forms. The initial phase of the disease (gingivitis) is reversible by removing the bacterial plaque by appropriate oral hygiene measures carried out at home and by the dentist. If not treated, the proliferation of the bacteria continues below the gums resulting in the irreversible loss of the surrounding bone that keeps the tooth in place and the formation of gum pockets. Here the bacteria, in the form of plaque and tartar along the surface of the roots, proliferate undisturbed, increasing the pockets depth as bone loss progresses.