What is aggressive periodontitis?
Aggressive periodontitis is known for it’s powerful inflammatory response in the organism. There is often found a small amount of dental plaque, with a difference from a chronic periodontitis. Destruction of bone is faster and larger. Aggressive periodontitis should be detected as soon as possible, since undetected disease over several years leads to irreversible situations.
What is the treatment?
This form of periodontal disease requires antibiotic protection, if basic procedures, such as excellent oral hygiene, removing of tartar, scaling and smoothing the roots and surgical therapy are not helpful.