Reaching Optimal Health Through Periodontal Treatment

When plaque and tartar accumulate on the teeth for an extended period of time, it’s possible to develop periodontal disease, or gum disease. If this happens, it’s important for a gum disease dentist to treat it as soon as possible to avoid more severe issues with your mouth and overall health. Currently, periodontal disease is the most common form of tooth loss among adults. Our team of expert gum disease specialists work to deep clean your teeth and gums to remove bacteria from buildup and defeat periodontal disease. If you are experiencing symptoms of periodontal disease, our team may be able to help you rid of the problem and restore your health to its best.

Stages of Gum Disease

Gingivitis treatment


Periodontitis treatment


Diagram showing bone loss from advanced periodontitis

Advanced Periodontitis

Recognize Symptoms Of Periodontal Disease

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American adults have
untreated tooth decay

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Adults aged 30 or older have
some form of periodontal disease

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Adults aged 65 or older have
severe forms of periodontal disease


Learn About Gum Disease Detection and Treatment

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