Periodontal Treatment in Everett, WA

Your gums protect and support your teeth, and are just as vital to your total-body health. To ensure your gums and supporting tissues remain healthy and strong, 19th Avenue Dental provides advanced periodontal treatment in Everett, WA. Caring for your gums is caring for the health of your entire body!

What is Periodontal Disease?

back hallway in 19th Avenue DentalDr. Kang and his team deliver advanced periodontal therapy to combat gum disease and inflammation. Gum disease is a common cause of infection that can lead to thinning of the gums, exposure of the teeth, and even tooth loss. Common signs and symptoms of periodontal disease include:

  • Bleeding gums
  • Red, swollen gums
  • Receding gums
  • Inflamed gums
  • Pain in the teeth and gums

Because the health of your gums affects your total-body health, our team recommends seeking treatment right away when you experience any of the signs of periodontal disease.

What Treatments are Available for Periodontal Disease?

At 19th Avenue Dental, we provide multiple periodontal treatments based on each patient's and unique periodontal condition. Our gum treatments incldue:

Scaling and root planing. Scaling and root planing are deep cleaning methods for the gums, to remove diseased gum tissue and smooth rough patches on your teeth where bacteria is typically found.

Gingivectomies. Dr. Kang offers surgical gingivectomies to address extra gum tissue that can result in deep pockets of bacteria that promote infection and inflammation.

Clinical crown lengthening.  Clinical crown lengthening at 19th Avenue Dental is designed to adjust the gum and bone level, exposing more of the tooth and allowing our dentist to place a durable filling or dental crown on the affected tooth. This can help Dr. Kang address excess gum tissue, deep decay, a tooth below the gum line, or a tooth with insufficient structure to support crown or bridge placement.

Schedule Your Periodontal Consultation

Our team offers a selection of periodontal therapies to best meet your needs! When you're experiencing any of the symptoms of periodontal disease, contact us for a consultation. Our gentle dentist will help you determine the best treatment plan for restoring your healthy gums.

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