Periodontal Disease (Gum Disease)

Periodontal disease can be caused by a number of various factors, including general oral health and age.

At Al-Faperio, we have an experienced team of periodontal specialists that can provide long-lasting treatment.

Periodontal disease, most commonly known as ‘Gum Disease’, is treatable. Find out more information here.

About Periodontal Diseases

Periodontal Disease is a dental disease that can and does affect a number of people in the UK every year.

Gum disease in its early stages is relatively painless and even unnoticeable, however it can cause damage if left untreated.

Gum disease can gradually begin to damage the bone and tissues that support the teeth. This can impact your oral health.

About Gum Recession

Gum disease and trauma from tooth brushing can cause gum recession that will gradually expose your teeth.

Our periodontal specialists have provided information on what causes gum recession and how it can be treated.

At Al-Faperio, we offer laser gum treatment that is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure that regenerates gums.

Gum Disease and General Health

Al-Faperio is the UK’s leading periodontal clinic based in Essex and takes great pride in the research we conduct.

Our research assess various causes of gum disease that expand upon the belief that it’s caused solely by age.  

Our investment and research into gum disease has allowed us to develop a unique laser gum treatment.

Periodontal Examination

Our Signature Periodontal Examination is carried out by a member of our experienced team of periodontal specialists.

We offer a range of treatments and examinations that enable us to build a strong, oral foundation for your mouth.

This examination includes assessing your teeth, gums and jaw bones and providing you with a detailed report.

About Maintenance Therapy

Our Maintenance Therapy enables us to make sure your gums and your general oral health is at a high standard.

This assessment includes measurements of pockets, bleeding, recession, mobility and oral hygiene levels.

We can detect and identify any type of periodontal disease in its early stages before it worsens and causes any pain.

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