Periodontics

Periodontics

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Periodontics


A unique branch of dentistry
Periodontists specialize in the treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the gum and other structures that support the teeth. These supporting structures include the alveolar bone, the cementum and the periodontal ligament. Smile Focus has highly professional periodontists who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of all periodontal diseases. They also specialize in the placement and maintenance of dental implants and the treatment of peri-implantitis (bone loss around dental implants). Periodontists are trained to perform routine procedures like scaling and root planning or debridement and are also certified to perform surgeries if required of patients with advanced gum disease.

Periodontists are often consulted when invasive treatments are required.
Hence the need for detailed medical and dental histories. Patients who are pregnant, suffer from cardiac problems, are diabetic, or are prescribed certain medicines need special care while being treated.

Visit your dentist regulary
By scheduling regular visits at Smile Focus, you ensure good oral health--your health is your wealth! If your dentist suspects you are suffering from any periodontal disease they may refer you to a periodontist. If you observe any unusual bleeding in the gums or inflammation which may be signs of gum disease; visit a periodontist immediately. During diagnosis, your periodontist will check for unusual recessions in the gum line, any abnormalities in your bite, and any loose teeth. They may also place a small probe in the periodontal pockets, which are the small spaces between your teeth and gums to determine if your gums are affected by any disease. Sometimes, X-rays may be required for an accurate diagnosis.

Gum diseases can be dangerous
If left unchecked and untreated gum diseases can even lead to tooth loss. If you think you have gingivitis, periodontitis or any other gum problem; make an appointment at Smile Focus today for the best care possible!


Schedule Your Complimentary Consultation

Periodontics


A unique branch of dentistry
Periodontists specialize in the treatment of diseases and conditions that affect the gum and other structures that support the teeth. These supporting structures include the alveolar bone, the cementum and the periodontal ligament. Smile Focus has highly professional periodontists who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of all periodontal diseases. They also specialize in the placement and maintenance of dental implants and the treatment of peri-implantitis (bone loss around dental implants). Periodontists are trained to perform routine procedures like scaling and root planning or debridement and are also certified to perform surgeries if required of patients with advanced gum disease.

Periodontists are often consulted when invasive treatments are required.
Hence the need for detailed medical and dental histories. Patients who are pregnant, suffer from cardiac problems, are diabetic, or are prescribed certain medicines need special care while being treated.

Visit your dentist regulary
By scheduling regular visits at Smile Focus, you ensure good oral health--your health is your wealth! If your dentist suspects you are suffering from any periodontal disease they may refer you to a periodontist. If you observe any unusual bleeding in the gums or inflammation which may be signs of gum disease; visit a periodontist immediately. During diagnosis, your periodontist will check for unusual recessions in the gum line, any abnormalities in your bite, and any loose teeth. They may also place a small probe in the periodontal pockets, which are the small spaces between your teeth and gums to determine if your gums are affected by any disease. Sometimes, X-rays may be required for an accurate diagnosis.

Gum diseases can be dangerous
If left unchecked and untreated gum diseases can even lead to tooth loss. If you think you have gingivitis, periodontitis or any other gum problem; make an appointment at Smile Focus today for the best care possible!


Schedule Your Complimentary Consultation

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