3 Types of Dental Implants

Dental implants have become the hottest way to replace missing or failing teeth. They provide a permanent solution for your smile. While your exact size and shape are unique, all dental implants fall into one of three categories. Choosing the right one for you will depend on your time and the bone mass of your…

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5 Ways To Prevent Gum Disease

Gum Disease affects almost 50% of adults over 30 in the United States. One in every three of these adults suffers from only mild symptoms. However, gum disease is a progressive illness and can vary in severity from gingivitis (moderate) to advanced periodontitis (severe). Every stage, if left untreated, can cause its own unique set…

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Is Root Planing Necessary?

Root planing and scaling is a common procedure used to treat periodontitis or gum disease. Gum disease or periodontitis is an infection of the tissue around the teeth, often causing shrinkage of the gums and loosening of the teeth. When you don’t clean your teeth properly, a sticky film of bacteria, also known as plaque,…

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Dental Implants: A Great Remedy For Tooth Loss

Today’s patients have many alternatives for restoring their smiles after tooth loss. Dental implants tend to produce the best outcomes in many aspects. Because they are structurally complete, dental implants are superior to standard appliances and an ideal replacement for missing biological teeth. Patients interested in exploring this treatment option should consult with a periodontist…

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