Periodontology Warsaw

There are several elements that make up an aesthetic and healthy smile. One of them is the gums. The role of a doctor who specializes in periodontology is to guard the health and durability of the gums. It is very important to monitor their health and observe whether there are any disturbing symptoms such as bleeding while brushing, unpleasant breathing or a feeling of tooth mobility.


Treatment of periodontal diseases

Periodontology is a field of dentistry that covers the treatment of gums and tissues surrounding teeth, i.e. the so-called “periodontosis”. Periodontal therapy is aimed at stopping further tissue destruction by reducing bacteria and eliminating deep periodontal pockets. The guarantee of the success of properly carried out treatment is the patient’s maintenance of proper hygiene and regular check-ups.


Effective treatment protocols for periodontal disease

Periodontal disease often takes away the joy of smiling. To eliminate it, periodontal treatment in our clinic is based on effective protocols developed by our chief periodontist: Paweł Niewada, MD.

We are not afraid of challenges

Our specialists will help in cases of loose teeth, periodontal diseases, recession, the need to regenerate bones and gums and “periodontosis”, which are one of the main factors, apart from dysfunction, that also negatively affect the psyche and self-confidence.

Teamwork of the best specialists

We believe that teamwork is the key to achieving the best treatment results. That is why at Niewada Clinic we create a team of specialists with many years of experience who have completed hundreds of successful procedures of varying degrees of complexity. In every situation, our patient can be sure that he is in good hands.

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Treatment of periodontitis

Periodontitis treatment in our clinic begins with preventive treatments for proper hygiene, which are performed by professionally trained staff. Its task is to monitor the level of oral hygiene and measure appropriate indicators to assess the actual condition of the periodontium.


The more effective the treatment, the better the patient masters the proper procedures for daily care of teeth and gums.

More advanced stages of treatment

In severe forms of the disease, when treatment in the first phase did not bring the expected results, surgery may be recommended. It allows you to reach deeper places and clean them thoroughly.


Reduction of pathological pockets, proper daily hygiene, regular check-ups and professional prevention significantly increase the chances of preserving natural teeth and reduce the risk of serious health problems related to periodontitis.

Emdogain method

Another method is the application of a special gel (Emdogain) to the tooth root surface.


Emdogain contains a special protein that stimulates the reconstruction of lost structures.


At Niewada Clinic we specialize in regenerative procedures. When there is a loss of tissue surrounding the tooth, these treatments can help partially restore the lost bone and soft tissue (gums).

Guided tissue regeneration

It allows the reconstruction of bones and tissues surrounding the tooth that have been destroyed by bacteria.


A special biocompatible barrier membrane is placed between the tooth root and the bone, which protects the regenerating area from unwanted epithelial tissue, creating conditions for the formation of new tissues.

Bone augmentation

This procedure is performed to recreate bone lost due to periodontitis.


Bone grafts may consist of your own bone or other bone replacement materials. By providing a platform for new bone growth, they help keep the tooth in its socket.

FAQ / Periodontology

Why do gums bleed when brushing?

Bleeding gums are a symptom of inflammation in the gums. This happens when we brush our teeth incorrectly and excess bacteria accumulate around the teeth. The gums become swollen and hyperemic. They become tender and bleed easily even when touched.


If treatment is not initiated at the appropriate time, progressive inflammation will cause the bone beneath the gums to atrophy and the process becomes irreversible, leading to tooth mobility and, as a consequence, tooth loss.


We refer to this condition as periodontitis, commonly known as “periodontitis”.

How is periodontal disease treated?

Our center treats periodontitis under the supervision of specialists, periodontists, who initially carry out a thorough periodontal examination and measurements.


The therapy involves reducing the number of bacteria around the teeth and in the entire mouth, as well as correcting places that may favor their deposition. For this purpose, we use tools such as ultrasonic scalers, sandblasters and hand tools.


We specialize in the regeneration of lost periodontal tissues and improving tooth stabilization.

Does smoking harm your teeth?

Tobacco smoking is the second strongest risk factor for periodontitis after bacteria. It is associated with an up to 8-fold increase in the risk of disease progression, and its advancement depends on the number of cigarettes smoked and the duration of the addiction.


Smoking changes the environment of the oral cavity to a more acidic and anaerobic one, which increases the growth of particularly dangerous bacteria responsible for the progression of “periodontal disease”. This is associated with worse treatment outcomes in smokers.

How to get rid of bad breath?

Undoubtedly, bad breath, i.e. halitosis, is a problem for many patients. The most common cause of unpleasant odor are bacteria that inhabit the oral cavity, so we should first of all treat our teeth and gums.


We should make sure that there are no carious cavities and leaking fillings, remove teeth that cannot be saved, and cure inflammation in the gums, primarily by performing hygiene procedures.


If such treatment is not sufficient, you should consult a gastroenterologist and an otolaryngologist, because this may also be caused by diseases of the upper digestive and respiratory systems.

How should you prepare for a periodontal procedure?

Your health is the basis for treatment, so before periodontal treatment, it is worth taking care of your overall health.


What we recommend:

– giving up alcohol and tobacco products, e-cigarettes, etc.,

– supplementation of vitamin C and D, magnesium and calcium as directed by the doctor before the procedure,

– balanced diet,

– rest and relaxation.