Calcium Therapy for Gum Disease In Toronto
Calcium Therapy for Gum Disease
If left untreated, gum pocketing will increase, which can trigger a variety of other dental and oral health problems. As well, you may have increased risk for gum disease if you smoke, have diabetes, take certain medications, endure excessive stress or don’t eat properly.
Fortunately, at Fortinsky Dentistry, we can try and help stop the progression of gum disease and renew your oral health. If caught early, your gum disease can be controlled with proper treatment. We are proud to offer a holistic and innovative treatment called Calcium Therapy to aid in this process.
Calcium Therapy is a non-invasive, non-surgical alternative that stimulates gum and bone healing. The materials used help reduce bleeding, soothe sore gums, tighten teeth, heal gum abscesses and controls bad breath.
Are you suffering from inflamed gums and dental pain? Visit our dental office and schedule your appointment with Fortinsky Dentistry today!
In keeping with our holistic and comprehensive approach to dental care and treatment, Fortinsky Dentistry offers homeopathic remedies for dental complaints such as toothaches, facial pain, post-treatment discomfort.
To treat your cavities and tooth decay, Fortinsky Dentistry offers white composite fillings to create a natural look for your teeth and restoring them to their original shape and function. Following our holistic approach to dentistry, we only use white filling materials without BPA.
Choosing the right dentist is an individual decision. Fortinsky Dentistry is a family-friendly place with comprehensive care that is customized to the needs of each of our patients. From the moment you first contact us, we’ll strive to make sure you are accommodated.
At Fortinsky Dentistry, we use digital radiography (digital X-ray), the latest technology used to take dental X-rays. This safe and holistic technique uses a digital sensor (instead of X-ray film) that captures and stores the digital image on a computer.
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD disorders) refers more generally to a group of jaw–related conditions that can cause patients pain in the muscle areas of their head, face, ear, neck, throat, shoulder or even back.