Dental One Associates of Fayetteville
410 N Jeff Davis Drive, Fayetteville, GA 30214

Gingivitis/Gum Disease Treatment in Fayetteville, GA

Gingivitis, commonly referred to as gum disease, is a daunting issue that can afflict dental patients from all walks of life if they don’t stay on top of their oral care regimens. The ailment develops slowly over time as plaque and bacteria build up on the surface of teeth and begin to form along the gum line. As this material begins to harden and form tartar, this can lead to gums becoming red and swollen, and is often one of the early stages of a much more dangerous form of periodontal disease.

If left untreated, gingivitis can eventually develop into periodontitis, a far more advanced form of the disease. Instead of mere bleeding and inflamed gums, the ailment can begin to spread underneath the gum line and may start to attack the bone and underlying tissues that support healthy teeth. In time, this can lead to deep infected pockets that could cause a patient to lose his or her teeth and the surrounding bone.

For those who are suffering from gingivitis or a more advanced form of gum disease, there are a wealth of treatment options available in Fayetteville. To start, dentists suggest completely revamping a patient’s oral care regimen to include daily flossing, brushing at least twice a day and doing what’s necessary to foster the long-term health of the mouth. Additionally, treatment options vary depending on the scope of the disease. For instance, for those individuals who report minimal swelling, nonsurgical therapies that control bacterial growth are usually sufficient to restore the supportive tissues and promote the reattachment of gums to teeth.

Conversely, for those who exhibit advanced swelling or bleeding, oral surgery may be required to repair the underlying tissues. A treatment called scaling and root planing is usually the first step, which involves a deep cleaning to remove all traces of tartar, as well as targeting exposed tooth roots where bacteria accumulates. Antibiotics and topical gels can also be used to treat these issues, but ultimately, unless a patient has an advanced form of the disease, gingivitis can be treated quite easily with a vast improvement in a person’s overall oral care regimen, frequent trips to the dentist for consultations and eliminating risk factors like sugary foods and tobacco products. As long as the ailment is caught early, our dentists in Fayetteville have myriad treatment options available to stop gum disease in its tracks.

Read What Our Patients Say
Patient Reviews
Was seen soon. Hygenist was thorough. The wait to see the dentist after cleaning was minimal.
Harriett J.
Miriam was excellent! Dr. Jo is always the best.
Cheryl H.
Service was great
Inether S.
Professionalism of staff and patient care.
Bobby K.
Great staff
Angela T.
The skill, demeanor, manner, and empathy utilized in providing my care.
James W.
The office staff was very courteous, friendly, and professional. They were knowledgeable and answered any questions or concerns I had. They thoroughly explained everything to me as well as provided […]
Rachquette L.
The Hygienist, the Dental Assistant, the staff (those that I have been in contact) are so very nice and professional, also the Doctors. How many offices does one go to and get hugs.
Dorothy T.
Staff makes you feel right at home. All very competent.
Michael R.
Friendly atmosphere and appointment times are with no long waiting.
Robert F.
I had my crown re-cemented this afternoon, and I was in complete awe when the procedure was done less than 20mins and that I dont feel any single thing! Not only that but the standards of hygiene and […]
Shenna
My children and I have been patients there for almost 10 years. The staff are wonderful and always take great care of us.
Shakila R.
I absolutely loved loved loved the service and the workers were excellent, extremely polite and patient ! Thank you Dental One !!!!!
Imani D.
I have been coming to this practice for years the staff members are very nice and friendly.
Deondria O.
I’ve been a patient for close to 17 years, I have a terrible fear of dentist but would recommend Dr. Joe to anyone with the same problem he has a soft easy manner that sets you at ease.
Edward R.
Everyone is very professional, love that. Dr. Perez made me feel very comfortable, feel better about going to the dentist now.
Gloria G.
They were very attentive to my issues, also kind and informative.
Alexandra M.
The office has a lively environment. The staff I encountered were nice, hospitable, and made me feel comfortable. I also appreciated that I was kept aware of what the assistant, hygienist, and […]
Ka J.
Very nice facility staff. Good services. Efficient. No hard sell for products. I changed from another dentist since hubby raved about them. Not disappointed nor sorry I did.
Tammy S.
Dr Joe is the the best . Did a very difficult crown removal and replacement for me. His experience was to the benefit of me. Trust him with all my dental work.
KATE F.
Office Hours
Mon. – 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tue. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat. – Closed
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (678) 228-8348
Fax: (770) 460-7249
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Office Hours
  • Monday 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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