Cosmetic Dentistry in Krakow - Lardent Center

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Treatment Options

The latest epidemiological studies show that only 1% of Poles do not have gum problems. Most often, it is gum inflammation, which is completely reversible, however, if "missed" and untreated, it can lead to irreversible diseases of the structures supporting the teeth.

One of our key areas is periodontology, i.e., the field of dentistry dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity. Our experienced team of periodontologists is here to help you maintain healthy gums, bones, and ligaments that support your teeth.

Why should you take advantage of periodontology treatments at our Dental Center?

  • Professional Care Our team of periodontologists are qualified experts with extensive experience. We strive to provide services at the highest level, taking care of the safety and comfort of patients.
  • Individual Approach We tailor the treatment plan to your needs and health to ensure the best results. Our team of specialists is committed to maintaining your oral health and providing a comfortable and friendly experience.
  • Modern Diagnostics We use advanced diagnostic technologies to accurately identify periodontal problems. Our specialists work together to develop an effective treatment plan based on the latest scientific achievements.
  • Comprehensive Treatment We offer a wide range of periodontal treatments, from routine prevention to advanced surgical procedures. We collaborate with other specialists to ensure a holistic approach to treatment.

Periodontology - treatment and procedures

Our specialists offer a wide range of periodontal treatments, such as: Supra and subgingival scaling with closed curettage:

  • Removal of dental tartar from the crown and root of the tooth with smoothing of the surface and removal of inflammatory granulation to eliminate the cause of the inflammatory state.
  • Surgical tooth crown lengthening: A procedure used in cases where prosthetic reconstruction or a porcelain crown is needed, but the tooth structure below the gum line is seriously compromised.
  • Gingivoplasty: Correction of gum overgrowth and hyperplasia caused by periodontal diseases and/or systemic diseases,
  • Mucogingival surgery: correction of gum and oral mucosal abnormalities, including abnormal frenula, shallow vestibule of the oral cavity, gum recessions.
  • Treatment of pathological changes on the oral mucous membrane (e.g. fibromas, lichen planus) and symptoms such as dryness, burning, etc.

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Price list


One of our key areas is periodontology, a branch of dentistry dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases and mucous membranes of the oral cavity. Our experienced team of periodontists is here to help you maintain healthy gums, bones, and ligaments that support your teeth.

Periodontologic consultation

250 zł

Periodontal pocket curettage (1 quadrant)

400 zł

Open curettage (flap operation, up to 3 teeth)

600 zł

See Periodontology Price List

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FAQ – frequently asked questions

What is periodontal disease?
It is an inflammatory disease of the structures holding the teeth (gums, ligaments, bone, root cement). There are many factors contributing to this disease: bacteria, genetic predisposition, systemic diseases, medications taken, and many others. If left untreated, it progresses and damages the structures holding the tooth in the tooth socket, leading to its loosening. It often takes the form of a chronic disease, requiring regular periodontal care.

What is a periodontal pocket?
Physiologically, there are so-called gum crevices around each tooth up to 3.5mm deep. This is a depth that allows for easy cleaning of deposits containing bacteria (bacterial plaque). There is gum fluid there, which is responsible for the immune functions of the periodontal structures. As a result of periodontal disease, the bacteria causing inflammation damage the connective tissue at the bottom of this crevice, creating a periodontal pocket that measures from 4mm. This condition requires the removal of the causes of inflammation, so that the aforementioned pocket does not deepen and the inflammation does not move to deeper structures leading to the loss of bone surrounding the teeth.

Why do I need curettage?
Treatment of periodontal disease involves eliminating inflammatory conditions, including periodontal pockets, so that the disease does not progress. The treatment involves performing so-called curettage, for which special curettes are used, smoothing the surface of the root cement from residues of deposits containing pathogenic bacteria. Inflammatory granulation is also removed. Only under such conditions - after removing the causes of inflammation - can the pocket become shallower. In the case of very deep pockets, in addition to "closed curettage", there may be a need to perform "open curettage", i.e., a flap procedure, to effectively clean the deep pocket of pathological deposits.

Is curettage painful?
The most common form of curettage is closed curettage, for which anesthesia is usually not needed. The procedure is slightly unpleasant, but patients often do not report the need for anesthesia. After the procedure, the gums feel slightly irritated. They need a few days to heal."