What is Periodontal Disease?
If you were diagnosed with periodontal disease, you are not alone. Many others have the same problem. Learn the symptoms, causes, risk factors, types of periodontal disease, and ways to prevent it. Don’t wait until it hurts.Learn More about Periodontal Disease
Nothing can take the place of a healthy set of teeth, but when disease or an accident ends up in tooth loss, it’s good to know that there are options for restoring your smile. If you are self-conscious because you have missing teeth or you wear dentures, there is an alternative: dental implants.Learn More about Dental Implants
Ridge Preservation can potentially minimize the amount of bone loss that occurs between the time of tooth removal and implant or bridge placement. Learn why you need it and what to expect.Learn More about Ridge Preservation
Sinus Lift Procedure
A Sinus Lift is a process that assists your body in rehabilitating a delicate area by restoring lost bone with your own natural bone. Learn why it is needed and what to expect.Learn More about sinus lift procedures
Periodontal Disease Treatment
The good news is that periodontal diseases can often be treated successfully. You’ll increase the chances of keeping your natural teeth – and decrease the chances of serious health problems associated with periodontal diseases. Learn about scaling, root planning and periodontal surgery.Learn More about Periodontal Disease Treatment Options
Nobel All-on-4® Treatment
The All-on-4 treatment concept provides a permanent, screw-retained, same-day replacement for the entire upper and/or lower set of teeth. Learn about the benefits of the Nobel All-on-4 procedure.Learn More about Nobel All-on-4 treatments
You can have a perfectly healthy mouth and be conscientious about oral hygiene, but you may still experience gum recession. Learn about gum recession, treatments and care.Learn More about gum recession
Additional Information from A.A.P.
The American Academy of Periodontology provides several patient education documents on a variety of dental health topics from diabetes, cancer, pregnancy and more. If you have questions, we have answers.Learn More via resources provided by the A.A.P.