What is periodontium pathology?

Inflammation of periodontium, also known as periodontitis, is a pathology of tooth surrounding tissues. Gingivae, periodontal ligament, cementum of tooth and alveolar bone surround tooth and are important for its stability and natural function. When mentioned structures are affected by inflammation, periodontitis is diagnosed.

Periodontal disease is a broad term which covers:

  • Gum diseases;
  • Chronic periodontitis and adults periodontitis;
  • Fast progressing or aggressive periodontitis;
  • Systemic diseases induced periodontitis;
  • Necrotic periodontal diseases;
  • Lateral periodontal abscess;
  • Periodontitis associated with endo-pathology;
  • Development abnormalities induced periodontitis;

Most common periodontal diseases are gum inflammation (gingivitis) and chronic (adults) periodontitis. Bacterial build-up and calculus are the main factors for these inflectional diseases. Regular Professional Oral Hygiene procedures are the key to maintain healthy periodontium.

It is important to recognize symptoms of chronic periodontitis and gingivitis early as they are most common periodontal diseases. Please inform your dentist as soon as You notice the symptoms and he will select the best treatment for Your individual case.

Symptoms of gingivitis (gum inflammation)

  • Reddened gums
  • Bleeding gums
  • Painful gums
  • Bad smelling breath (Halitosis)
  • Hypertrophic gums

Symptoms of chronic periodontitis

  • Reddened gums
  • Bleeding gums
  • Painful gums
  • Bad smelling breath (Halitosis)
  • Mobility of teeth
  • Pus secretion from gums
  • Teeth sensitivity

Professional treatment of periodontitis at Our Clinic

Periodontitis can cause unpleasant feelings, lower life quality or even teeth loss. Hence it is important to contact Your dentist as soon as first symptoms appear. Our specialists apply latest professional methods of periodontitis treatment and use modern equipment to cure this disease.

Periodontal diseases are fully treatable if a specialist is contacted in time.