It is a treatment performed when the tooth itself cannot handle the masticatory force due to severe damage to the tooth. This treatment method is used when tooth decay has advanced severely, or when more than half of the tooth is broken or has undergone root canal treatment.
It is a treatment method that connects the processed teeth like a bridge by using the teeth on both sides as supports when one or more teeth are lost.
It is a treatment that removes the decayed part of the tooth and fills it with plastic-like materials such as resin, gold, and ceramics.
Root canal treatment
Root canal treatment (usually nerve treatment) is a procedure that preserves teeth by completely removing infected or inflamed blood vessels and nerves in the tooth and filling the root canal with a permanent filling.
Scaling (tartar removal) / Root planing
Scaling is a process of removing deposits such as plaque, tartar, and pigmentation deposited on the tooth surface, causing gum disease, which prevents and treats gum disease at an early stage and has significant meaning as a pre-treatment for subsequent periodontal treatment. Root planing is removing and smoothing the root surface area that has been degenerated and necrotic due to the roughened surface of the root or periodontal disease to prevent deposits from sticking well in the future or to be easily removed by brushing even if they are attached.
Subgingival curettage is selected to remove deposits attached to the root surface under the gums and treatment for inflamed gums. Subgingival curettage, a process of scraping the inflamed gum tissue from the inner side in contact with the root, is a relatively simple treatment that relieves inflammation of the gums in the case of gum inflammation or early periodontitis. All teeth are treated in 4 to 6 sessions, shortening the treatment period.
Periodontal valve surgery
Periodontal valve surgery is selected when it is expected that subgingival curettage or gingivectomy is insufficient for treatment due to deep and extensive destruction of periodontal tissue in moderate to severely advanced periodontal disease or when treatment for alveolar bone is required. This procedure involves incision of the gums after local anesthesia, separating and elevating the gums from the tooth surface, removing the necrotic tissue while directly observing the treatment area, and grafting or trimming the bones.
It is a treatment method that fixes the titanium implant to the gum bone to restore the lost tooth, waits for healing, and then creates the lost head.
It is essential to continue regular check-ups even after treatment.