Gum Disease Treatment

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Gum disease is best prevented by diligent oral hygiene and routine dental cleanings. However, once gum disease sets in, it needs to be professionally treated to avoid disease progression and surrounding damage. Early gum disease or gingivitis is best treated with a deep cleaning, or scaling and root planing. More advanced gum disease or periodontitis may require more aggressive therapies. Rest assured that Seneca Family Dentistry is qualified to treat all stages of gum disease in the comfort of our Wichita office. Dr. Tanaka values the importance of healthy gums, regardless of your age, lifestyle habits or other risk factors.

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