Gum Disease Treatment & Services in Melbourne


Periodontal gum disease is a bacterial infection that impacts your gums by making them easily bleed or swell up, leading to bad breath. At Dental on Clarendon, we have a team of Melbourne periodontal dentists that can determine if you require periodontal disease treatment.

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    If you think you’re developing gum disease and you’re wondering “where can I find a periodontal dentist near me?”, our periodontal dentists can provide you with effective gum disease treatment. Submit an enquiry through our contact page or call us on (03) 9690 3285 for more information on our treatments.

    Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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      Commonly Asked Questions

      What Causes Gum Disease?
      • Poor oral hygiene
      • Hormonal changes that affect the mouth
      • Illnesses that can lead to gum disease
      • Tobacco
      • Certain medications
      • And other factors
      Symptoms of Gum Diseases
      • Swollen or tender gums
      • Your gums bleed after you brush or floss
      • You feel pain when you bite into hard or crunchy foods
      • The colour of your gums has become darker
      • Pus appears between your teeth and gums
      • Constant bad breath
      • Loose permanent teeth
      • Changes in your bite
      How Often Should I Have a Dentist Appointment After Undergoing Gum Disease Treatment?

      You should visit your dentist every six months. However, you may need to come in more regularly if your dentist feels it is necessary.

      How Much Does Gum Disease Treatment Cost?

      The total gum disease treatment cost will depend on certain factors that our periodontal dentist will discuss with you, such as:

      • The number of teeth affected
      • The severity of your condition
      • Your response to the periodontal disease treatment
      • Any gum surgery that is required