Periodontal disease is a serious infection under your gum line.
Minocycline hydrochloride is an antibiotic that kills the bacteria that causes the infection.
- It’s placed directly in the infected areas—or “pockets”—in your gums.
- It’s applied right after scaling and root planing, the dental procedure that disrupts stubborn plaque and bacteria below your gum line—where brushing and flossing can’t reach.
Antibiotic Therapy starts working quickly, right at the source of infection, and keeps fighting bacteria long after you leave the dental office.
Antibiotic Therapy fights infection and inflammation for 30 days,2 and provides significantly better results than scaling and root planing alone for up to 90 days.