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Saturday– Wednesday 9:00 – 6:00 pm
Thursday                        9:00 – 3:30 pm
Friday                              Official Holiday

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e-Mail: info@eurodentalcenter.com
Address: Champs-elysee Complex Swaifieh, Paris Street, Amman-Jo

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Gum Treatment

Gum Diseases Clinic

At European Dental Center, we understand the importance of healthy gums in maintaining your overall oral health. Our team of experienced periodontists specializes in providing comprehensive gum treatment to address a wide range of gum-related issues. Whether you require preventive care or advanced periodontal therapy, we are dedicated to helping you achieve and maintain optimal gum health.

  • Scaling and Root Planing
  • Gum Grafting
  • Periodontal Maintenance
  • Personalized Treatment
  • Laser Gum Treatment
  • Dental Implants and Gum Health
  • Scaling and Root Planing
  • Gum Grafting
  • Periodontal Maintenance
  • Laser Gum Treatment
  • Comprehensive Care
  • Dental Implants and Gum Health


Achieve Healthy Gums

Prevent gum disease, restore health, and transform your smile with 100% success at Europe Dental Center.

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Gum Health Restoration 100%
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Info & Details

Gum Therapy

Gum therapy consists of removing the bacteria and debris around teeth and gums. This procedure can be as simple as normal scaling or cleaning for mild cases. The more severe the inflammation, the more extensive the treatment will be. In some cases, the only way to access and clean the roots is to perform a flap surgery. Through this procedure, we can clean the roots intensively and ensure there is no residual debris. It’s imperative for you to know that without yearly maintenance and good oral hygiene, all the work will be in vain, and the inflammation may return.

The European center utilizes the technology known as the “smart pad,” a device designed to clean oral and periodontal tissues by killing 99% of bacteria. This leaves the mouth and oral tissues clean and healthy.

Gum and Bone Disease

Gum and Bone Disease, commonly known as Periodontal Disease, is a bacterial infection that starts attacking the gum as a first step, and if untreated will continue and invade the bone that supports your teeth. A simple inflammation in the gum only is called gingivitis; it can be treated very easily and is reversible. On the other hand, periodontitis is a more serious infection, where not only the gum is infected but also the bone. Treating periodontitis is much more difficult, and the bone that is resorbed is lost for good. It can also lead to tooth loss if left untreated. The starting point of all of this is bad oral hygiene. During your next visit, ask our dentists about the right way to brush and floss your teeth.

What Is Gingivitis

Gingivitis literally means inflammation in the gum or gingiva. Like said before it’s the first stage of gum disease. The first symptoms of gingivitis are red swollen gums that bleed easily during brushing. In general there is little or no pain during this stage. The treatment of gingivitis is very easy, it can be solved by a simple professional cleaning in our office. Gingivitis is totally reversible.

What is Periodontitis

A periodontitis is a complication of a gingivitis. With time, the bacteria causing gingivitis will grow in number and will become much more aggressive to the tissue surrounding your teeth. At some point, the toxins produced by bacteria will trespass your gum barrier and will arrive to the bone. In return your body immune system will produce a response to this chronic inflammation that will cause the destruction of the bone and tissues that support your teeth.

The gum will be then separated from the tooth forming a pocket, that will be also infected. This pocket will increase if no treatment is done, causing more bone and gum loss. The treatment of periodontitis will consist on removing and cleaning the bacteria on the roots by a manual or surgical approach. Sometimes bone grafts are done in order to save the tooth

How is Gum Surgery Done

The goal of this surgery, also known as pocket reduction surgery, is to remove the tartar that has accumulated on the roots. The gums are lifted .and then reattached to the newly clean roots.

What is a Periodontal Plastic Surgery

It consists mainly of reconstructing and reshaping the lack of bone and gum around teeth and implants. Removing the excess gum or in contrary grafting gum, is used to treat gummy smiles and gingival recessions. When a tooth is lost, the bone that was around it will start to resorb due to the absence of the root. With bone grafting, we can rebuild enough bone to place a dental implant in the ideal position. Although these graft techniques are reliable, it is recommended to have a dental implant as soon as possible after the tooth is lost for the most predictable esthetic.

Did you know that gum disease is linked to heart disease

People with periodontal disease have two times more risk to develop coronary heart disease. It has been also shown that diabetic people with periodontal disease are 3 times more prone to have heart attacks than those without periodontal disease.

Did you know that gum disease is linked to diabetes

The relation between periodontal disease and diabetes goes both ways. People with diabetes are more likely to have periodontal disease than people without diabetes. People with periodontal disease may make it more difficult for people who have diabetes to control their blood sugar. Thus, diabetics who have periodontal disease should be treated to eliminate the periodontal infection.

Did you know that gum disease is linked to pre-term low birth weights

Pregnant women who have periodontal disease may be seven times more likely to have a baby that is born too early and too small. Since periodontal disease is an infection, it will increase the inflammatory substance in the blood stream which will induce an early labor. It’s very common that the condition of periodontal disease is worse for pregnant women. The American Academy of Periodontology recommends that women considering pregnancy have a periodontal Evaluation.