04 Dec Patient Story – Treating Severe Gum Disease Part 2
Gum disease is a predominantly silent disease that affects up to 90% of the population. In a lot of cases it is not diagnosed until it has already taken hold and loosened the affected teeth, by which point it is impossible to save them.
This is the second instalment of a 2-part blog where we cover the treatments carried out for a patient suffering with gum disease, including root canal therapy.
We really believe in saving teeth and in the unlikely event that this treatment is unsuccessful in 12 months, we will deduct the costs you have paid from those of a dental implant.