Periodontal maintenance is the procedures and protocols employed to clean and maintain the teeth and gums following a diagnosis and stabilization treatment of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease can not be ‘cured’, only ‘arrested’.
The procedures may appear to the patient to be very similar to a regular cleaning, but because the dentist or hygienist must now evaluate, instrument, and monitor the tissues differently and quite often more frequently, the procedures must be differentiated.Schedule a Free Consultation Now
After dental treatment is complete, it is absolutely critical to keep the gums as healthy as possible. Whether you have a dental implant, periodontal disease, or full mouth crown and bridges, routine cleanings is necessary to maintain dental health. Every 3-6 months is necessary to maintain a healthy mouth.