Sužinokite, kuri paslauga Jums reikalinga
Sužinokite, kuri paslauga Jums reikalinga
Periodontal diseases treatment
Restoration of the health of structures surrounding teeth and dental implants
Latest methodologies increase treatment success
Digital technologies help detect periodontal diseases in the early stages
Professional specialist doctors in periodontology
Holistic Approach
Treatment improves overall health
Attentive, caring, responsible staff
Sedation available for treatment (treatment while you sleep)

Worth knowing:

  • Periodontitis is a deceptive disease often causing no pain. Delaying the start of treatment for this condition can result in the loss of one or multiple teeth.
  • Recent scientific research has revealed the special significance of the oral microbiome (the collection of microorganisms in the mouth), self-cleaning of teeth, and salivary acidity (pH) in the development of periodontal diseases. Therefore, the treatment of periodontal diseases is approached differently than before.
  • When the healthy balance of the oral microbiome is disrupted, self-cleaning of teeth is compromised, and acidic salivary pH is present, plaque forms in the surrounding area, leading to damage to the periodontal tissues and the formation of infection sites called “periodontal pockets.”
  • Periodontal diseases are known to be chronic non-infectious diseases with the same underlying causes as chronic cardiovascular, pulmonary, or cancer-related diseases.
  • The development of periodontal diseases is influenced by factors such as improper nutrition, lifestyle, deficiency of essential nutrients, and poor oral hygiene habits.
  • Although many believe that periodontal diseases are incurable, modern treatment methods can successfully halt disease progression and preserve teeth. However, it is important to remember that the earlier periodontitis treatment begins, the better the treatment outcomes.
Uždaras kiuretažas (vienas dantis) 45-65€
Periodonto operacija (vienas dantis) 95€
Dantenų plastika 150€
Prieangio plastika (1-2 dantys) 340€
Gomurio plastika uždengiant apsinuoginusias dantų šaknis 350€
Pasaitėlio plastika 300€
Minkštųjų audinių augmentacija (storinimas) 350€
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Frequently asked questions
Do only older people suffer from periodontal diseases?

No, the occurrence of periodontal diseases is not age-dependent. Almost half of individuals over 18 years of age show initial signs of periodontal diseases, such as gum inflammation. Additionally, 75% of individuals over the age of 35 suffer from periodontal diseases and their associated consequences.

How to detect developing periodontal diseases?

Typically, during the development of periodontitis, patients may notice redness and bleeding of the gums, as well as bad breath. Gum recession may lead to tooth sensitivity and pain during oral hygiene practices. If any of these symptoms are present, it is recommended to seek immediate attention from a periodontist.

What factors contribute to the development of periodontal diseases?

The accumulation of bacteria responsible for plaque formation has the greatest impact on the development of periodontal diseases. This accumulation occurs due to irregular oral hygiene practices and a lack of regular professional oral care. Periodontal diseases can also be influenced by deficiencies in vitamins and essential nutrients, genetics, hormonal imbalances, systemic diseases, dietary factors, and harmful habits.

What are the consequences of untreated periodontal diseases?

If periodontal diseases are left untreated and unnoticed, patients may experience disruptions in their chewing and speaking functions, as well as an increased risk of atherosclerosis, type 2 diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.

What impact does a healthy oral microbiome have on periodontal diseases?

It has been proven that the oral microbiome, primarily composed of bacteria, significantly affects the overall health of our body. A healthy, balanced oral microbiome performs numerous vital functions for the body, including protection against harmful, disease-causing microbes. It acts as a sort of immunological gatekeeper, safeguarding our body.

What is the process of periodontal disease treatment?

Periodontal disease treatment consists of several stages:

In the first stage (systemic phase), the patient’s overall health, lifestyle, nutrition, and harmful habits are evaluated. It is known that conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and others can influence the occurrence and progression of periodontitis. Additionally, the treatment of periodontitis has a positive impact not only on oral health but also on the course of these systemic diseases.

In the second stage (hygiene phase), plaque is removed, personalized oral hygiene habits are developed, patients are educated on proper tooth and interdental cleaning techniques, and an individualized preventive program is implemented. With good oral hygiene, thorough periodontal cleaning and disinfection are performed using minimally invasive, painless methods. Ozonotherapy is applied during procedures to enhance disinfection and improve healing. It is important to note that failing to remove teeth that cannot be treated can turn them into reservoirs of bacteria, potentially infecting the healing periodontium and the entire body. Additionally, replacing low-quality dental restorations that accumulate plaque and promote the recurrence of periodontal diseases is crucial.

In the third stage (surgical phase), surgical treatment of periodontitis is performed when the disease is advanced and cannot be treated through regular visits to a professional for oral hygiene or by developing impeccable dental care habits. Modern periodontology employs minimally invasive surgical treatment, often in combination with regenerative materials that promote the restoration of lost bone around the teeth.

In this stage, the chewing function is also restored. Due to bone loss, the remaining teeth may have reduced resistance to chewing forces, so it is important to restore missing teeth around them. Dental implants are commonly used for this purpose. There is a prevailing belief that dental implants are not suitable for individuals with periodontitis, but this is not true. Dental implants can serve individuals with periodontitis as long as the disease is stabilized, regular maintenance is performed, and good personal oral hygiene is maintained.

In the fourth stage (maintenance phase), it is important to maintain good overall health, practice proper personal oral hygiene, and follow the individually tailored preventive program. Regular visits to the dental hygienist for professional oral hygiene with ozone therapy and regular check-ups with the periodontist are recommended to monitor oral health.

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