The Onset and Progression of Periodontal Disease

Gum (periodontal) disease is hazardous to your oral health and general wellbeing. Early detection of this condition is imperative for securing minimally invasive treatment. Advanced periodontal disease destroys teeth and bone in addition to the gums. By addressing gum disease sooner, rather than later, you can safeguard your oral health. How Gum Disease Develops The…

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Take Advantage of the Latest Technology in Periodontal Therapy

In the past, treating periodontal disease was more invasive – and many times, more uncomfortable – than it is today with the help of soft tissue lasers. Our periodontist embraces the latest technology and surgical techniques to ensure that our guests receive high-quality, effective, and comfortable oral health care. One way you can take advantage…

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How do I know if I will need sedation during my procedure?

Some patients pursuing gum disease treatment with a periodontist may have some anxiety about the procedures involved. Others may be facing complex, time-consuming interventions that could stretch over the course of several appointments. Sedation dentistry can be beneficial for patients in both of these categories. The sedatives delivered to the patient can be relatively mild,…

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