Treating periodontal disease with Arestin
When patients have been diagnosed with periodontal disease, they may be unsure about the best gum infection treatment available to them. For those with later-stage gum disease, treatment with scaling and root planing and Arestin antibiotics will often help restore health and beauty to the smile. Drs. Mircea Mitu and George D’Louhy of Family Dental Center of Manteca, California, can provide periodontal services for patients who have been diagnosed with this infection. Arestin is one of many tools used to do so.
What is Arestin?
Arestin is an antibiotic that is used for the treatment of periodontal disease. It is a powder that is placed in the pockets of the gums. Arestin helps kill the bacteria that cause periodontal disease and is often used after scaling and root planing to bring the patient’s smile back to health after this condition has developed. It is a treatment that can ensure patients can restore their smile to health after periodontal disease has been diagnosed.
Why should I treat my gum infection with Arestin?
Arestin is a periodontal pockets treatment that can help to kill the bacteria that cause gum infection and inflammation. If left untreated, these bacteria can cause further damage to the gums and bone surrounding the teeth. Arestin can help stop this progression and restore the health of the gums. In addition, Arestin may also have other benefits that patients might not realize, including reducing bad breath caused by the bacteria in the mouth. Our team finds that by integrating Arestin into scaling and root planing treatments, patients can restore their smiles faster than without antibiotic use.
How do I learn more about Arestin?
Arestin is just one approach to periodontal disease to treat gum infections. If you have been diagnosed with periodontal disease and want to work with a dedicated, experienced team of professionals who can provide services for you, connect with Drs. Mircea Mitu and George D’Louhy to discuss your options. The office is located in Manteca, CA, at 521 East Center Street, and can be reached by phone at (209) 420-1205 to request an initial consultation appointment and evaluation.