Gums treatment in noida, Sector 41, Sector 70

Gums Treatment in Noida – Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that causes swelling, redness, and bleeding of the gums. More times than not, it is caused by poor hygiene, plaque, and a buildup of tartar. As long as professional treatment is received in time, the condition is reversible and will not lead to more serious infection or disease – Gums Treatment in Noida.

If, however, gingivitis is ignored, it turns into periodontitis, which is severe stage gum disease. Once mild gum disease has advanced and worsened to this level, the disease progresses to the underlying bone and at this stage, the disease is not reversible.

During the inflammatory process, gums and teeth separate. Because of the separation, spaces or pockets are created. The formation of these pockets directly relates to an ensuing infection because bacteria is trapped inside. Eventually, the result is bone damage and tooth loss..

Stages of gum disease:

    1. Healthy gum
    2. Gingivitis
    3. Periodontitis
    4. Advanced periodontitis
    5. Tooth loss

The symptoms of gum disease include:

  1. Bad breath that does not go away.
  2. Red or swollen gums.
  3. Tender or bleeding gums.
  4. Painful chewing
  5. Loosening of one or more teeth.
  6. Sensitive teeth.
  7. Receding gums or longer appearing teeth.

The likelihood of developing gingivitis and periodontitis is also increased by various factors, including:

  1. Smoking
  2. Metabolic diseases such as diabetes, and Hormonal changes during pregnancy.

Gum health is not only important for the mouth but is also important for overall health of the body. This link between oral health and overall health is typically tied to an abundance of bad bacteria in the mouth that causes damage to the teeth and gums. Left untreated, this bacteria responsible for the bacteria responsible for periodontitis can also enter your bloodstream through the gum tissue, possibly affecting other parts of your body. The bacteria causing gum disease is associated with an increased risk for other health conditions like:

  1. Diabetes
  2. Rheumatoid arthritis
  3. Heart Disease / Coronary artery disease
  4. Stroke
  5. Lung disease
  6. It also increases the risk of a woman giving birth to a premature or low birth weight infant


Costing: 10,000/- Onwards


Treatment methods depend upon the stage of disease, how far the condition has progressed and your overall health.
In some patients, the nonsurgical procedure of scaling and root planning is all that is needed to treat gum diseases. Surgery is needed when the tissue around the teeth is unhealthy and cannot be repaired with nonsurgical options.

The main goal of treatment is to control the infection and progression of the disease and to promote the reattachment of healthy gums to teeth – Gums Treatment in Noida

Gums Treatment in Noida – Deep cleaning and curettage-
Costing: 5000 onwards

To stop gum disease from progressing, we may advise deep cleaning. This gets rid of the bacteria in the pocket and provides the necessary conditions for healing to occur.

Here’s how the procedure works: :

  1. Gingival curettage is considered a surgical procedure.
  2. It uses instruments (curette) to cut away dead tissue from gum pockets.
  3. The idea is that removal of the damaged tissue will promote the development of healthy tissue.
  4. Local anesthetic is often used to make the patient more comfortable, and the mouth is frequently flushed with a sterile solution to sweep out the debris.
  5. This procedure is usually provided to people with advanced gum disease as a tool for managing the problem, and it may be required on multiple occasions.

Gums Treatment in Noida – Flap surgery/pocket reduction surgery:
Costing: 10000 onwards

A flap procedure is typically recommended for patients with moderate to severe gum disease, or periodontitis, that has not responded to non-surgical treatments such as scaling and root planning.

Here’s how the procedure works: :

  1. A flap procedure cleans the roots of a tooth and repairs bone damage caused by gum disease. A gum specialist (periodontist) or an oral surgeon often performs the procedure.
  2. Before the procedure, you will be given a local anaesthetic to numb (freeze) the area.
  3. During the procedure a section of the gums are pulled back to clean the roots of your teeth and if needed damaged bone will be repaired.
  4. The gum flap will be sewn back into place and covered with gauze to stop the bleeding.

Combining treatment with a bone graft. Gums Treatment in Noida
Costing: 10000 onwards

If periodontitis has caused bone recession, doctor can perform a bone grafting procedure as part of your treatment – Gums Treatment in Noida


  1. A gum specialist or oral surgeon will perform the procedure.
  2.  Anaesthesia is administered and segment of gum are pulled and cleaned.
  3. Bone may be Smoothed and reshaped so that plaque has fewer places to grow.
  4. Repaired (grafted) with bone from another part of the body or with man-made materials.
  5. The doctor may place a lining on the bone graft to help the bone grow back.
  6. Finally, the gum tissue is repositioned and the incision is closed with sutures. In many cases, periodontal dressing, or an intraoral bandage, is placed to protect the area during the first few days of recovery.

Costing: 5000 onwards

Gingivectomy is surgical removal of gum tissue, or gingiva. Gingivectomy can be used to treat conditions like gingivitis. It removes and reshapes loose, diseased gum tissue to get rid of pockets between the teeth and gums. A gum specialist (periodontist) or oral surgeon often will do the procedure.
It’s also used to remove extra gum tissue for cosmetic reasons, such as to modify a smile.

A gingivectomy takes 30 to 60 minutes, depending on how much gum tissue is to be removed.
Minor procedures involving a single tooth or several teeth will probably only take a single session. Major gum removal or reshaping may take several visits.

Here’s how the procedure works:

  1. Local anaesthetic is injected into the gums to numb the area.
  2. With a scalpel or laser tool pieces of gum tissue are cut away. This is called soft tissue incision.
  3. Once the tissue has been cut away, laser tool is used to vaporize remaining tissue and shape the gum line.
  4. At last a soft putty-like substance and bandages are placed on the area to protect your gums while they heal.

Gum disease causes swelling, soreness, or infection of the tissues supporting the teeth. There are two main forms of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontal disease.
The first sign is blood on the toothbrush or when you spit the toothpaste out while brushing. Your gums may also bleed when you are eating, leaving a bad taste in your mouth. Your breath may also become unpleasant.
The first thing to do is visit for a thorough check-up of your teeth and gums. We can measure the ‘cuff’ of gum around each tooth to see if there is any sign that periodontal disease has started. X-rays may also be needed to see the amount of bone that has been lost. This assessment is very important, so the correct treatment can be prescribed for you.
Unfortunately, gum disease progresses painlessly on the whole so that you do notice the damage it is doing. However, the bacteria are sometimes more active and this makes your gums sore. This can lead to gum abscesses, and pus may ooze from around the teeth. Over several years, if left untreated, it can lead to substantial bone and soft tissue (gum) loss and ultimately tooth loss. There are also indications that dental infections can cause heart problems or exacerbate the symptoms of diabetes, stroke, etc.
Whether you need surgery or not will depend on how advanced your periodontal disease is. There are non-surgical treatments, such as root scaling and planing available, for those with mild gum disease. If you are in the advanced stages of gum disease, you may benefit from having surgery. With the latest technology and advanced techniques available today, many surgical procedures including laser therapy can be performed with little discomfort.
The flap procedure is necessary when severe gum disease (periodontitis) has damaged the bone that supports your teeth.
If you maintain good dental care after the surgery, the flap procedure should allow you to clean your teeth and gums better. Your gums should become pink and healthy again.
Please follow a soft food diet, taking care to avoid the surgical area(s) when chewing. Chew on the opposite side and do NOT bite into food if the procedure was done in the front of the mouth. Avoid sticky, hard (such as ice cubes, nuts, popcorn, chips), spicy, highly seasoned, or acidic foods in your diet. Foods such as sooji, khichdi, soups, pasta, scrambled eggs, mashed potatoes, macaroni & cheese, etc. are best. Be sure to maintain adequate nutrition and drink plenty of fluids. Avoid alcohol (even beer and wine) and smoking until after your post-operative appointment. Smoking is not advised during the 7-14 days following surgery.
Maintenance therapy is used to help prevent further infection from occurring in patients who have already received periodontal treatment. Our gum surgeon will tailor a program to fit your needs, which will include periodontal checkups, plaque, and tartar removal and sometimes polishing your teeth or checking your bite. The frequency of visits varies from case to case, from every few weeks to four times per year. We will also show you how to effectively remove the soft plaque yourself, by cleaning all the surfaces of your teeth thoroughly at home. Gum disease usually will come back if you do not maintain your oral hygiene well. However, the progression of gum disease can be slowed down or stopped as long as you keep up the home care you have been taught. You must make sure you remove plaque every day and go for regular check-ups with us.

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Post Surgery Instruction:

Typically it takes only a few days to recover. The following are general suggestions to help speed recovery:

  1. Take painkillers as prescribed.
  2. After 24 hours, you can rinse your mouth gently with warm salt water several times a day to reduce swelling and relieve pain.
  3. Change gauze pads before they become soaked with blood.
  4. Relax after surgery. Strenuous physical activity may increase bleeding.
  5. Eat soft foods such as khichdi, pudding, or light soup. Gradually add solid foods to your diet as the area heals.
  6. Do not lie flat. This may prolong bleeding. Prop up your head with pillows.
  7. Continue to carefully brush your teeth and tongue.
  8. Apply an ice or cold pack to the outside of your mouth to help relieve pain and swelling.
  9. Do not use sucking motions, such as when using a straw to drink.
  10. Do not smoke.
  11. A few days after the procedure, you would need to visit back for stitch removal after flap surgery.

Please take a moment to read these instructions. Please ask for clarification if you have any questions call us at 9315658190.

The following instructions must be respected to promote healing. Note that it is normal to experience some discomfort and swelling after the surgery.


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