Month: March 2018

Is Good Hygiene Different with Dental Implants?

Tooth loss comes with several concerns, the most immediate of which is addressing the reason behind your tooth loss (such as periodontal disease) and replacing the tooth with the right prosthesis. As the only prosthetic option for replacing lost teeth roots, dental implants are often the preferable option. Besides offering unmatched support for your prosthetic… Read more »

A Few Benefits of Laser Periodontal Care

One of modern technology’s greatest feats is making the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of chronic oral health diseases much simpler and more comfortable. In the case of periodontal disease, for instance, we can often utilize a specially calibrated laser to eliminate harmful oral bacteria and promote the healing and reattachment of healthy periodontal tissues. Known… Read more »

What Holistic Periodontal Care Means

One of the reasons why periodontal disease is so prominent is because the bacteria that cause it naturally inhabit the healthy human mouth. In many cases, these microbes can accumulate and irritate gum tissues before it becomes noticeable, leading to the development of gingivitis (the first stage of periodontal disease). Because the condition is progressive,… Read more »

Gum Disease’s Role in Your Dental Implant Candidacy

As one of the more complex chronic oral health issues, gum disease (or periodontal disease) affects virtually every aspect of your oral health. For instance, severe gum disease is the leading cause of adult tooth loss, as well as a leading risk factor for other chronic inflammatory conditions. If you’ve lost teeth to gum disease,… Read more »

Preventing Tooth Loss Means Preventing Gum Disease

In its most severe forms, periodontal disease can cause significant damage to the gums and jawbone structure that support your teeth. If not treated in time, this can lead to the loss of one or more of your teeth and the need to replace them after getting your periodontal health under control. Because periodontal disease… Read more »