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Restorative Dentistry

Periodontal Therapy / Preventive

Periodontal treatment is an investment in your health. Treating periodontal problems will help you achieve a healthy mouth and help prevent tooth loss. In fact, with prompt treatment, proper home care, and regular dental visits, a great majority of patients can keep their teeth for a lifetime. After evaluating your periodontal health, we will work with you to determine the treatment options that best meet your needs. If periodontal disease is the problem, the treatment can vary widely depending on how far the diseases have progressed. If caught in the early stages, simple procedures are done that will remove the plaque and calculus from below the gum line and disrupt the infection-causing bacteria. If these diseases have advanced to the point where the periodontal pockets are deep and the supporting bone is lost, further treatment might be necessary.

My Perio Path Test and My Perio ID Test

It is a known fact that periodontitis, a bacterial infection in the mouth, is the primary cause of tooth loss in adults. According to the American Dental Association, an estimated 75% of all Americans over the age of 35 have some form of periodontal disease.

OralDNA Labs now offers two new diagnostic tests that give valuable information to our doctors for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of your condition. Learn more.

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Listed below are some of the reasons to consider using OralDNA's tests to accurately determine your overall oral health:

Are you a smoker?
Do you have bad breath?
Have you ever had red or swollen gums?
Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss?
Have you lost teeth or are your teeth loose?
Is there a family history of heart disease?
Do you have or does a family member have diabetes?
Have you ever been treated for gingivitis or a periodontal infection?
Are you considering cosmetic or complex restorative dentistry, such as veneers or implants?
Why do I have this infection? Factors that Contribute to Gum Infection...

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