Periodontal Disease Therapy – Copperas Cove, TX

Preserving the Tissue That Supports Your Teeth

Periodontal disease is one of the most common health problems, and many adults aren’t even aware they’re suffering from it. Our doctors and dedicated team members are happy to offer non-surgical and laser treatments that successfully combat this condition and preserve your oral health. If you’ve been struggling with common symptoms of periodontal disease, such as bleeding or swollen gums, please contact our practice today for periodontal therapy in Copperas Cove, TX!


Why Choose Benchmark Family Dental for Periodontal Disease Therapy?

  • Experienced Dental Team Using the Latest Technology
  • Your Comfort Is Our Number One Priority
  • Nitrous Oxide Sedation Can Soothe Your Nerves

What Is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease (also known as gum disease) may start in a relatively mild state; however, if it is left untreated, it can quickly grow out of control, damaging the gum and bone tissue that provide critical support for teeth. The condition is caused by an accumulation of plaque and bacteria that inflames the gums, and it may even lead to the loss of one or several teeth over time.

Periodontal Disease Treatments

Our recommended treatment for periodontal disease will depend on the severity of your unique condition. For cases of early to moderate periodontal disease, an in-depth cleaning known as scaling and root planing can remove dangerous bacteria from below the gum line and the root surfaces, revitalizing your oral health. Arestin antibiotic treatment can provide additional support, as well as a more focused oral hygiene routine at home.

How Does Arestin Work?

Arestin antibiotic therapy helps us control the infection within the mouth. Our doctors can halt the progression of the disease and reduce the depth of periodontal pockets that harbor dangerous bacteria.

Arestin comes in a powder that is applied to the periodontal pockets. The saliva in the patient’s mouth will mix with it, causing it to adhere to the gum tissue, releasing a potent antibiotic that fights your infection.