Antimicrobial Therapy for Gum Disease

Antimicrobial oral therapy is a form of oral treatment used to eliminate or reduce the development of bacterial infections in the mouth. The therapy is prevent periodontal disease resulting from infections, which can cause painful, bleeding gums and loosening of your teeth. Antimicrobial mouth rinses are much more powerful than over the counter mouthwashes which is  reducing certain bacteria that cause gum disease to an almost undetectable level.

 

  • Oral pathology therapy
  • Antimicrobial therapy

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