What’s Trending: Arestin® Antibiotic Treatments

Periodontal disease is no laughing matter. Fortunately, there’s a treatment that can help target the infection that causes periodontitis. Read on to find out why Arestin antibiotic treatments are among the most buzzed-about topics in the dental field.

What Are Arestin Antibiotic Treatments?

As gum disease progresses, pockets begin to form between teeth and gums, where bacteria breed, damaging the bone and tissue structures that support teeth. As the infection spreads, pockets deepen, and the risk of tooth loss increases.

Scaling and root planing procedures are the first line of defense against periodontal disease, but there are limits to how much a skilled hygienist’s instruments can do. This is where Arestin antibiotic treatments come in. A locally applied time-release antibiotic, the medication is engineered to adhere to the inner surfaces of pockets. Once placed, it remains active long after the scaling and root planing procedure is complete.

How Do Arestin Antibiotic Treatments Work?

Clinical research shows scaling and root planing (SRP) procedures, in conjunction with Arestin antibiotic treatments, is up to 2 times as effective at reducing harmful bacteria as SRP alone. Targeting an active infection to reduce periodontal pocket depth, this treatment can help mitigate the effects of periodontitis dramatically.

At Pearland Family Dentistry, we’re committed to providing the very best in care to our patients. This means staying in the loop regarding emerging treatment procedures and making sure to keep our fingers on the pulse of innovation.

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with periodontal disease and want a second opinion, or you simply suspect you may have gum disease, call us to learn more about Arestin antibiotic treatments today.

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