Regenerative Procedures in Carmel

Regenerative procedures are a breakthrough in periodontal treatment. These innovative solutions aim to reverse the damage caused by periodontal disease by stimulating the body's natural healing process to regenerate lost bone and soft tissue.

By investing in regenerative procedures, you'll not only enhance your oral health but also improve your overall well-being, comfort, and confidence when eating, speaking, and smiling.

What can regenerative periodontal treatment help with?

• Bleeding Gums: This often occurs during or after brushing and flossing. It's not normal for healthy gums to bleed regularly, and this is usually an early sign of gum disease.
• Swollen, Red, or Tender Gums: Healthy gums should be pink and firm. If your gums are swollen, red, or tender to the touch, this could indicate periodontal disease.
• Persistent Bad Breath or Bad Taste in the Mouth: While everyone has bad breath occasionally, persistent bad breath or a constant bad taste in your mouth could be a sign of gum disease or other dental problems.
• Receding Gums: If your teeth appear longer than they used to, it could be because your gums are receding—a common symptom of periodontal disease.
• Loose or Shifting Teeth: Periodontal disease can destroy the supporting structures of the teeth, leading to loose teeth or changes in how your teeth fit together when you bite.

Remember, early detection and treatment are key to preventing the progression of periodontal disease and avoiding tooth loss. If you notice any of these symptoms, it's important to schedule an appointment with a dentist or periodontist as soon as possible.

Steps to a Revived Smile

An expert team conducts regenerative procedures in a sequence of strategic steps to ensure the best results:

Initial Consultation: We begin with a detailed examination to assess the extent of your periodontal disease and determine if you are a candidate for regenerative procedures.

Surgery: During the surgery, our periodontist will meticulously clean the root surface of the tooth to remove any bacteria.

Regenerative Material Application: We then apply a regenerative material like a membrane, graft tissue, or tissue-stimulating proteins to encourage your body to naturally regenerate bone and tissue.

Recovery and Follow-up: Post-surgery, we guide you on how to care for your gums during the healing process and schedule follow-up visits to monitor your recovery.

Book Your Consultation Today

Regenerative procedures are a game-changer in the treatment of periodontal disease, offering a ray of hope for patients who have lost bone or gum tissue. If you're suffering from periodontal disease and want to explore regenerative procedures, reach out to Peak Periodontal and Dental Implant Specialists. Our expert team is here to revive your smile. Contact us today at 317-843-1281 .