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Disease Management

Dental disease management includes the following: deep or superficial cleanings with scaling and root planing, gum disease treatment and polishing, fillings, extractions, and root canal therapy, among other procedures.

Our examination involves a discussion of your oral condition in order to determine the best treatment choice for you.

Disease Solutions

We endeavor to give you the greatest service and treatment possible
at 20 l 32 Dental Studio. Our dental disease management dentists
combine specialized training, cutting-edge technology, and years of
experience to provide you with high-quality care at a reasonable
cost. We provide the following services to our clients:


used to fix fractured or broken teeth, as well as overuse caused by
nail-biting or tooth grinding. The cavities are addressed by
eliminating decay and filling them with a composite material (white


Great Before & After Results


Root Canal Therapy:
Broken or infected teeth are treated with root canal therapy which
involves nerve removal. Root canal therapy is completed within two

  • In your first visit, we will take all necessary x-rays, decay removal,
    and nerve tissue cleansing from canals on your initial visit, as well
    as all necessary measurements before applying a temporary filling.
  • As for your second visit, it will include finalizing the canal shaping
    and filling canals with a thermoplastic filling material.


In severe cases of broken or infected teeth, the only option we have
is to undergo a complete teeth removal.


Deep or Superficial Cleanings With Scaling and Root Planing
Gum diseases are treated with scaling and root planing.

After a thorough evaluation of the gums and bones surrounding
teeth, we can advise whether the client requires a deep cleaning or
not. Deep cleaning is necessary in case of periodontitis diagnosis.

Periodontitis can be classified as mild, moderate, or severe depending
on the following signs and symptoms:

    • Inflamed gums: Tender, swollen, or red
    • Bleeding gums
    • Gum recession
    • Bone loss (seen on x rays)
    • Mobility on teeth
    • Bad breath


Temporomandibular disorder (TMJ) Management:
TMJ is the joint that controls chewing and links the lower jaw to the

Treatments for jaw pain, teeth grinding or clenching, and joint
clicking include:

  • mouth guards to release pressure in the jaw joint
  • Or, Botox therapy to help relax the tense muscles

Making the appropriate treatment selection will help you improve
your oral health.

If you’d like to learn more about your options, our experts can
explain how dental disease affects your teeth and gums.

Book your Free Consultation today!