Periodontics

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    Peridontal Treatment

    Periodontal treatment is necessary when the gums and bone that hold teeth in place become compromised. Some causes of periodontal disease include improper dental hygiene and maintenance, various medical conditions, and smoking. Healthy gums enhance the appearance of your teeth, like a frame around a beautiful painting. Read more...

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    Periodontal Cosmetic Surgery

    Many people suffer from a dental condition commonly known as a “gummy smile”. A gummy smile is a dental abnormality in which the ratio of gums to teeth is visibly disproportionate. Gummy smiles can be hereditary, or they can be caused by environmental factors, such as the intake of certain medications or as a result of gum disease. Read more...

  • Bone Grafting for Dental Implants

    Bone grafting is a common oral procedure that may be required prior to the placement of dental implants. The process involves the use of bone graft material to stimulate the growth of natural bone tissues in the jaw. It is often used on patients who need dental implants, but do not have sufficient bone left in their jaw to support them. Read more...

  • Advanced stages of Periodontal Disease

    Osseous surgery is a dental procedure that reshapes the bone structure that holds one or more teeth in place. The surgery is most commonly used to treat advanced stages of periodontal disease, where patients develop holes in the bone surrounding their teeth. Osseous surgery is done to get rid of the defects to make the bone structure stronger. Read more...