Gum Therapy

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Gum Therapy

Do your gums bleed when you brush your teeth?

If so, you may be one of 85 per cent of Singaporeans who have some form of gum disease, according to a 2003 Health Promotion Board (HPB) survey.

The milder form of gum disease (gingivitis), is an inflammation of the gums, supporting tissues and bones which hold the teeth. It is basically caused by the bacteria and dental plaque around the gums. This early stage of gum disease is treatable.

If this condition is left untreated, it can lead to the more severe periodontitis, where the supporting tissues and bones which hold the teeth (periodontium) recede and result in periodontal pockets, and eventually tooth loss. This condition is irreversible, but it can be controlled with close monitoring.

Gum disease could be a manifestation of diabetes, and it also linked to other health conditions, such as heart disease, stroke and the risk of premature births for women.

Healthy gums means healthy teeth for life. Visit your dentist regularly to maintain your gum health.

The ORAL Concept

Options and Optimization

For our patients, we discuss treatment options and the clinical approach to be taken for their treatment needs, before finalizing their treatment plan. We practice the philosophy of optimal dentistry, which we believe will benefit our patients for the long term.


We are committed to restoring periodontal health as well as restoring the form and function of teeth for our patients. Very often it will require a multi-pronged approach. These include the control of caries, periodontal disease and root canal infections, as well as the reinforcement and replacement of teeth.


Much consideration goes into the aesthetic outcome of the restorations. Often, it’s not only about the tooth and nothing but the tooth, you’ll be amazed how the appearance of the teeth can have a huge impact on facial aesthetics.


We strive to maintain your oral health and aim to save as many of your teeth and have your restorations serve you for a long time to come. The goal of professional dental care is so that you as a patient can derive overall holistic health for life as a result of good oral hygiene and healthy masticatory function. Oral health maintenance should be done via regular dental checks biannually and any disease patterns can be detected early.


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    Camden Medical Centre

    #06-06, Singapore 248649

    +65 6235 0059

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    +65 9712 3519


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