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Gum Treatment

A recent analysis led by National Institute on Aging (NIA) scientists suggests that the bacteria associated with periodontal disease, which causes chronic inflammation, are also associated with the development of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, especially vascular dementia.

Your oral health is not just about maintaining a beautiful smile; it's a critical component of your overall well-being. Neglecting your oral hygiene can have far-reaching consequences. By taking care of your teeth and gums, you're not only ensuring a healthy mouth but also potentially reducing the risk of conditions like Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

Make a positive impact on your future by prioritizing your oral health today. Regular dental check-ups, proper brushing, flossing, and a balanced diet can go a long way in safeguarding not only your smile but also your cognitive health.

Remember, a healthy mouth leads to a healthier you. Take charge of your oral health and unlock a brighter, more vibrant future.

Treatment room set up at Quek And Me Dental Surgery

Premium Dental Cleaning

Premium dental cleaning incl.

Dental screening and charting



Fluoride treatment.

This procedure is done by a dentist.

Root Planning

Root planning is required when there is a severe calcified buildup especially deep below the gum level.

This process is used to smooth the root surfaces of the teeth, allowing the gum tissue to more firmly attach to the roots.

Root planning removes toxins from the gum and calcified buildup from the tooth surface deep beneath the gum tissues. It requires a lot more time and is usually done over multiple weekly visits.

Surgical Root Planning

Surgical root planning requires local anesthetic. It is required when non-surgical root planning cannot control and resolve gum and bone infection.

It involves the release of gum tissues to expose the tooth and bone fully, in order to access and remove the concealed infective debris and calcified accumulation on tooth structure.

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