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Problems We Treat

Not sure what a periodontal specialist can help you treat? Take a look at the information below to learn about the different issues our procedures address:

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Our team has considerable experience in treating different degrees of gum disease. We are ready to perform a review and determine what treatment approach is right for you based on your history and current health.

If you have questions, or if you are ready to set your appointment, please let us know!

Gum Tissue Recession

Gum tissue recession is a common problem for patients with poor periodontal health. We can perform a surgical gum graft to respond to the matter, but we can also provide options for non-surgical alternatives!

Tooth Loss

Worsening tissue damage caused by gum disease will leave many patients with loose teeth that need to be extracted. If your teeth need to be removed or are already lost, implant dentistry provides long-term security for a custom prosthesis!

Periodontal Pockets

The progression of gum disease can be gauged by examining the “pockets” that open up between the tooth and periodontal tissues. Services that clean and help close these pockets can be important to your care.

Swollen Tissues

Tissues can swell when they are in poor health. This is one of many signs gum disease is affecting you, and it is something that we can help resolve.

Discolored Gums

When gums appear discolored, you are being warned of a tissue infection. We offer solutions that respond to infections of different severity.

Gumline Tartar Buildup

Tartar formation at the gumline leads to the infiltration of microbes and the formation of infections. Controlling the growth and spread of bacteria will be important to managing your condition.