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Periodontal Treatment in Valencia, CA 

If you are searching for a periodontist to perform essential treatments to restore your oral health, Valencia Periodontics is here to help. Our periodontists are specialists who have completed an additional three years of postdoctoral training, enabling them to assist with even the most complex cases. You can turn to us for conditions such as bleeding or receding gums, loose teeth, bone loss, jaw pain, or bad breath. To start with our team, simply contact us online or call our office. We will gladly schedule an appointment to discuss your needs and what we can offer. We accept most insurances and can set up same-day appointments in emergencies. 

For periodontal treatment in Valencia, call (661) 449-2371

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What Does a Periodontist Do?

Periodontists are experts who can diagnose and treat disorders and diseases of the gums and other teeth-supporting structures. Additionally, periodontists perform dental implant procedures. Conditions you may seek a periodontist for include gum inflammation (gingivitis), gum disease (periodontitis), gum recession, missing or loose teeth, jawbone loss, and more.

Types of Periodontal Treatments

We offer a wide range of surgical and non-surgical treatment options. If you choose our office, we will work closely with you to understand your situation and recommend the best one. In all cases, we start with the least invasive choice. We aim to restore oral health with less pain, discomfort, and recovery time. 

Below are some common non-surgical and surgical treatment options:

Non-Surgical Options

  • Scaling and root planing: These deep cleaning procedures promote gum healing by removing plaque and tartar from the roots and exposed parts of teeth.
  • Pocket irrigation: This involves flushing out debris and bacteria from deep gum pockets. It is an effective method for reducing inflammation and promoting gum health.
  • Antibiotic treatments: Certain antibiotic pills, gels, and antimicrobial mouthwashes can stop periodontal infections.
  • Periodontal maintenance: You can avoid many periodontal procedures with ongoing care. It is important to schedule regular dental checkups and cleanings to prevent gum disease, as well as other complications. 

Surgical Options

  • Gum and soft tissue grafting: Our periodontists perform grafting surgery to treat receding gums. To do so, they will take graft tissue to areas where the existing gum tissue is missing or inadequate.
  • Dental implants: These devices effectively replace tooth roots. As a result, they prevent bone loss and serve as a sturdy foundation for artificial teeth. 
  • Pocket reduction surgery: This procedure involves folding back the gum tissue, removing bacteria and tartar from tooth roots, and then re-securing the tissue to reduce pocket depth. It is an effective treatment for advanced gum disease. 
  • Dental bone grafting: Our periodontists use dental bone grafting to strengthen jawbones that have deteriorated because of gum disease or tooth loss. The procedure involves grafting bone material to the jawbone to add volume and stimulate growth. 

Signs You Should Make an Appointment with a Periodontist

How do you know when you ought to see a periodontist? 

You could likely benefit from periodontal treatment if you have:

  • Loose or missing teeth
  • Inflamed or bleeding gums
  • Frequent gum pain
  • A misaligned bite
  • Persistent bad breath

In most cases, your dentist will refer you to a periodontist if they notice the problems above. Whether you have been referred or are seeking treatment on your own, being proactive is important. The sooner you get treatment from a periodontist like ours at Valencia Periodontics, the better your oral health can be. 

What to Expect at Valencia Periodontics

We understand dealing with gum disease and other related disorders and oral issues can be stressful. This is why our office does everything possible to make patients feel comfortable. Our team works compassionately with those who turn to us, and we have created an office environment where you can feel at ease. You do not have to only take our word for it. You can visit our reviews page to read testimonials from patients who were glad they chose Valencia Periodontics. 

In addition to compassionate care and a relaxing environment, you can expect the following:

  • Assistance from renowned specialists who remain current on the latest research and treatments related to gum disease and periodontics. 
  • State-of-the-art equipment and techniques, such as the LANAP protocol laser treatment. This is a less painful and more successful alternative to conventional periodontal surgery, which can treat gum disease and save teeth. 
  • For our team to take care of your needs all under one roof. With us, you will not have to travel to different offices and see multiple specialists. Instead, you can receive your entire treatment in one office and often in just one day.

Are you ready to improve your oral health and get your smile back? Make us your choice for periodontal treatment in Valencia. Schedule an appointment to discuss what we can do for you. 

Call (661) 449-2371 or connect with us online. From Valencia to Canyon Country, we serve the entire Santa Clarita Valley.

Our Patients Say It Best

  • “Yesterday I had a perio Cleaning and a recent oral surgery to repair major bone loss. I have been seeing Dr. Benarroch for almost 3 years. He has taken on my most intensive gum and teeth issues.” Sue A.