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  • Periodontal Gum Measurements
    Periodontal disease is a progressive inflammatory disease, that affects the tissues that support and anchor the teeth. These support tissues include, gums, bone, cementum and ligament attachments. Periodontal measurement is Read more
  • Gum Disease: What Can I Do to Reduce My Risk?
    Gum disease can occur in even the most diligent patients who brush and floss daily. Our ancestors can impact our dental condition as well as our own lifestyle habits. If Read more
  • Advanced Periodontitis: Why Tooth Extraction May Be Necessary
    Gum disease is bacterial infection of the gum tissue. This is caused by the oral bacteria in the mouth. In its earliest stages, gum disease can cause bleeding gums, bad Read more
  • Smoking and Gum Disease
    Everyone knows that smoking is a very unhealthy and harmful habit. Not only is it a major cause of cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and cancer, but also smoking affects nearly Read more
  • Dental Implant Evaluation
    If you lose one or more teeth due to periodontal disease, or another cause, there is hope. Dental implants are changing the way people live. They are designed to provide Read more
  • What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants?
    If you have missing or failing teeth, you may have already resigned yourself to wearing removable dentures. But there may be a better solution for your dental health. Consider scheduling Read more
  • Why Choose a Periodontist for Dental Implant Treatment?
    If you are missing teeth, you have several options for replacing those teeth to restore your perfect smile. One of these options is dental implants. When choosing a doctor for Read more
  • Dental Implants: Take Care of Your Investment
    Dental implants are an excellent choice when it comes to replacing your missing teeth and restoring the natural beauty of your smile. Dental implants can be a permanent way of Read more
  • Gum Disease: The Benefits of Treatment
    Gum disease is a progressive condition that begins with an excessive build-up of bacteria in the mouth, particularly along the gum line at the base of the teeth. Patients with Read more
  • Immediate Load Dental Implants: Are They Right for You?
    When implant technology was first introduced, the protocol for placing dental implants was to place the implant and wait for a period of three to six months before making the Read more
  • Prevent Bone Loss With Dental Implants
    One of the largest risks of losing permanent teeth is the risk of bone loss. Not only does this make it difficult to keep your retaining teeth, but it also Read more
  • Why You Should Consider Replacing Missing Teeth
    Missing teeth can certainly detract from an otherwise beautiful and inviting smile. A missing tooth is more than just a cosmetic flaw. The absence of a tooth can have lasting Read more
  • The Importance of Flossing to Help Prevent Gum Disease
    Periodontal diseases are infections of the gums, which gradually destroy the support of your natural teeth. There are numerous disease entities requiring different treatment approaches. Dental plaque is the primary Read more
  • Tips for Maintaining Healthy Gums
    When most people think about dental health, they may focus mostly on preventing decay and cavities in their teeth, but having healthy gums is just as important as having healthy teeth. Read more
  • Tips for Maintaining Healthy Gums
    When most people think about dental health, they may focus mostly on preventing decay and cavities in their teeth, but having healthy gums is just as important as having healthy teeth. Read more
  • Benefits of Investing in Dental Implants
    Dental implants represent the most advanced tooth replacement and dental reconstruction procedures currently available. An artificial substitute for your natural tooth roots, the implant fuses seamlessly to the bone, providing strong Read more

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