Paradontologichesky treatment

Periodontics is a branch of dentistry that studies periodontium or the supporting structure of teeth. The parodontium includes tissues that surround a tooth and hold it in the jaw (form Latin para – about, Greek odus – tooth). Periodontium consists of both soft and hard tissues: gums, root cement, periodontal ligament, and alveolar bone.

In many cases the treatment with “Vector” unit allows avoiding a surgery which was previously considered inevitable. With the help of “Vector” the deposits are removed by an oscillating liquid droplet, a totally safe and practically painless procedure. As a result, all pathological formations are removed and bacterial cells are destroyed. Thanks to the absence of injuries, the healing period after “Vector” treatment is rapid, without oedemas and painful sensations and feelings.

The main aspect of treating paradontological patients is regular medical check-up and following Vector-therapy, whose number depends on the length of remission, periodontitis severity, and the quality of individual hygiene. As a rule, in the first year, supportive care and examinations are required every three months.