The Efficacy of Dental Implants in Addressing Tooth Loss

Dr. and our team are happy to help you determine the most optimal custom treatment to replace a missing tooth. We can offer dental implants to improve oral function and help you regain your smile with a new tooth that looks natural. To help you learn more about how dental implants can enhance your smile,… Read more »

Careful Daily Flossing Help Maintain Healthy Gums

An effective daily oral hygiene routine is essential in the prevention of tooth decay and periodontal health problems. It needs to include thoroughly brush your teeth twice each day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. You also need to remember to floss at least once every 24-hours. A safe and effective flossing technique is… Read more »

Without Professional Treatment Gum Disease Problems Can Worsen

Gums to bleed easily while brushing and flossing and chronic problems with bad breath often herald the early stages of gingivitis. This early stage of gum disease is often related to poor oral hygiene habits that allow tartar to accumulate near the gumline. If you have noticed anything abnormal with the health of your gums,… Read more »

Gum Disease Can Reveal Itself

Did you know there is a way to spot gum disease? Did you know gum disease has symptoms, so you know when to get help? Gum disease is a severe threat to your teeth and gums, which can result in tooth loss and even bone loss. To help you learn about the traits of gum… Read more »

The Ins and Outs of Dental Implants

If you are looking to restore a tooth, then consider a long-term solution like a dental implant. Dental implants are known for their long-lasting strength and success they have had in restoring a tooth. To help you understand more about dental implants, our , Dr. with in , , is happy to share with you… Read more »

Pocket Irrigation Can Help Treat Gum Disease

At our office, we want to help you avoid having deep pockets. No, we’re not talking about your finances. We’re talking about periodontal pockets. Periodontal pockets form when plaque and bacteria build up on the tooth’s surface and cause the gum tissue to become swollen and inflamed. When this happens, the gums begin to pull… Read more »

Risk Factors for Periodontal Disease

Bleeding gums can be an indicator of gum disease in various stages. This is a common but serious problem; advanced gum disease affects over 40 percent of adults over 30 in the United States. Gum disease can lead to loose teeth, bone loss and exposed roots of teeth, as well as a host of other… Read more »

Issues That Can Cause Gum Disease

Advanced gum disease affects over 47% of adults over the age of 30 in the United States. It is important to be aware of the risk factors of gum disease, and see how you can reduce them in your own life.   Gum disease is also called periodontal disease. The disease is primarily caused by… Read more »

Is Gum Disease Interfering with Your Smile?

Gum disease becomes a problem most often when people are in their 30s and 40s. Gum disease is a result of bacterial plaque buildup along and under the gum line, and often occurs when it isn’t removed every day. This happens because your mouth contains millions of bacteria which intermingle with oral debris and mucus… Read more »

Enjoy the New Year with Your New Smile Thanks to Gum Disease Risk Factor Prevention

In order to protect your oral health, it is a good idea to avoid any potential tooth hazards or forms of dental damage in your everyday life. However, there are numerous risk factors that can exist some of which you may have no control over. Either way, it is a good idea to have a… Read more »