- Category: General Dentistry
Early detection of gingivitis is easily treated. name ( Dentist) or dental hygienist will perform a dental cleaning to remove calcified tartar and plaque from your teeth and along the gum line. Depending on the amount of tartar and plaque, its removal may be uncomfortable. A numbing gel or an anesthetic injection will allow the removal of unwanted plaque and tartar to be successfully and painlessly eliminated. You may experience slight bleeding following your cleaning. However, this is normal and will stop within a few days. In addition, name ( Dentist) may wish to prescribe a medicated mouthwash to be integrated into your oral health regimen. Gingivitis is readily treatable with in-office dental care and proper oral hygiene. If you suspect that you may have gingivitis, consult name to find out what treatment plan is best suited for you to prevent further oral health complications.
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