We are top Gum Disease specialists in NYC. We can help you to reverse the early signs of gum disease, treat your gums to remove the infection before it progresses into a more serious condition and eventually causes tooth loss. If tooth roots are already exposed and have large amounts of tartar or hardened calculus we recommend periodontal scaling and root planing treatment in combination with topical antibiotics to eliminate even more bacteria.

In our highly specialized Manhattan periodontal center we use latest dental equipment available on the market today and provide highly personalized and comprehensive Gum Disease Treatment. D&D Periodontal & Implant Surgery Center located in Midtown Manhattan, under management of internationally recognized Board Certified NYC Periodontist Dr. Daniel Royzman and Dr. Daria Royzman, offer best periodontal and dental implants procedures to patients from New York City area.

What is Gingivitis?

gingivitis treatment nyc Gingivitis is caused by bacteria in the mouth infecting the gums. These bacteria are found in dental plaque which is the sticky film that will gradually develop over a long day, in between regular tooth brushing… Read More: What is Gingivitis?

Gingivitis Causes

The most common reason for Gum Disease is simply poor oral hygiene as this encourages the formation of plaque. This is the sticky layer that gradually builds up on your teeth over the course of the day and which is mainly comprised of bacteria. Read More: Risk Factors for Developing Gingivitis

Gingivitis Symptoms (Early Signs)

Being aware of the symptoms of gum disease can be very helpful, as gingivitis can often be completely cured, but only if caught early on. One of the main problems with gingivitis is that the early signs can often be easy to miss and it is worth being aware so you can take action. Read More: Gingivitis Symptoms (Early Signs)

Gum Inflammation (Disease) Treatment

If you think your gums are inflamed then you need to act quickly. Prompt treatment can help reverse the early signs of gum disease before it progresses into a more serious condition and eventually causes tooth loss. The most effective way to treat gum inflammation is through … Read More: Gum Inflammation (Disease) Treatment

Bleeding, Sore, Swollen Gums Treatment

If your gums are swollen, sore and bleeding you might be tempted to ignore them until they heal up. However, this could be the worst thing you could do! The bleeding and inflammation is caused by plaque bacteria infecting your gums. Gingivitis is usually quite easy to treat and involves a combination… Read More: Bleeding, Sore, Swollen Gums Treatment Bleeding, Sore, Swollen Gums Treatment

Reversing Gum Disease

It is possible to reverse gum disease but only if you catch it soon enough. This is why it’s important to recognize the signs of early gum disease so you can take action as soon as possible. If you notice your gums are bleeding during brushing or flossing or that perhaps they look red or swollen, book an appointment to come and see us as soon as you can. We can treat your gums to remove the infection, reversing the early signs of gum disease… Read More: Reversing Gum Disease

Pregnancy Gingivitis Treatment

During pregnancy the body undergoes a number of hormonal changes that increase your risk of developing dental health problems, including gingivitis. An estimated 40% of women will develop the early signs of gum disease or gingivitis during their pregnancy and this condition is called pregnancy gingivitis… Read More: Pregnancy Gingivitis Treatment

Best Treatment for Gum Disease

The aim of treating early gum disease or gingivitis is to identify and then eliminate the factors causing this condition. Most often this can be achieved through establishing a better oral hygiene routine at home, combined with professional dental cleanings at your dental office… Read More: Best Treatment for Gum Disease

Healthy Gums

Maintaining healthy gums isn’t difficult and should only take a few minutes each day. It is essential to brush your teeth at least twice daily and to floss once-a-day. There is no substitute for this routine. In addition to brushing and flossing… Read More: Healthy Gums

For more information about Gingivitis (Gum Disease) Treatment talk to top NYC Periodontists, specialists Dr. Daniel Royzman and Dr. Daria Royzman or contact our Manhattan, NYC center:

D & D Periodontal Associates, P.C.
57 W 57th St #605
New York, NY 10019
Phone: (212) 759-7763