Improve Your Life with Great Teeth and Healthy Gums!
Gum disease affects the health of many Americans, and there are two main issues associated with it. Firstly, most people are unaware of having gum disease due to the lack of regular exams and checkups. Secondly, traditional treatments and surgery often discourage people from seeking treatment for gum disease.
Fortunately, at My Dentist For Life Of Plantation, we provide a solution called Perio Protect. This advanced and comfortable gum disease treatment is proven to be effective. It is a non-invasive procedure that only takes a few minutes each day and can be done at home. Additionally, it can even whiten your teeth.
If you have been diagnosed with gum disease and are concerned about treatment options or if you desire healthier gums and whiter teeth, we encourage you to schedule an appointment today. Alternatively, you can call (954) 787-1695 to learn more about our services.
The Perio Protect Method
The Perio Protect system is prescribed by doctors and applied by patients. Once you receive your custom Perio Trays™, your dental team will demonstrate how to place a small amount of prescription medicine in each tray. These trays are worn for a few minutes each day. Your dentist will create a personalized treatment plan for you, as the duration and frequency of use may vary for each patient.
The trays have a patented seal that effectively delivers medication to the infected areas deep below the gum line. A gentle concentration of hydrogen peroxide cleanses the periodontal pockets, fighting bacteria, whitening teeth, and freshening breath.
For some patients, the non-invasive Perio Trays™ can reduce the need for surgery. For others, they can complement traditional treatment methods, leading to a more successful outcome.
While gum disease cannot be cured, it can be managed with daily treatment to prevent the recurrence of pathogenic bacteria. Once desired results are achieved, your dentist will adjust your treatment plan to maintain those results.
The Perio Protect Method is an attractive option for both advanced periodontitis and early-stage gum disease, as it is minimally invasive.