Category: Periodontal Treatment

Bring Your Gumline Back To Life!

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Many Americans suffer from periodontal disease, or the infection and inflammation of the gum tissue. It is estimated that almost half of adults over the age of 30 in this country have this condition to some extent. You might notice redness and swelling prior to a full-blown infection. This is known as gingivitis, and it… Read more »

How Can Treatment Manage Gum Disease?

If you have problems with your periodontal health, your vulnerability to oral health and even general health complications can be greater than you realize. Proper care in response to this issue is important. Without the right care, your infection can progress in severity, raising your risk for tooth loss as well as the harmful spread… Read more »

Recognizing The Progression of Gum Disease

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In our most recent blog post, our team took a look at the major complications that can arise as a result of periodontal pain, as well as what signs and symptoms you should be on the lookout for. Indeed, taking care of your oral health extends much further than simply brushing your teeth, and a… Read more »

Major Complications From Periodontal Pain

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Maintaining a healthy smile for life is a feat much more complex than many are willing to give it credit for. After all, there are several sources of damage and threat to your oral health, and unfortunately, there is not much in terms of natural defenses. What’s more? Nontraditional issues such as bruxism, a deviated… Read more »

Don’t Ignore Receding Gums!

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When your gums recede, this could make your teeth appear long or uneven. But in addition to the esthetic issues, this could also mean a high risk for periodontal disease! Without treatment, this could even increase the risk of missing teeth. In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist talks about treating gum recession.

How Do We Treat Gum Disease?

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Periodontal disease forms when gum inflammation isn’t managed, and without treatment, could lead to discomfort and even tooth loss. Fortunately, we have treatment designed to help manage the disease and protect the stability of your smile. In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist looks at our periodontal disease treatments.

Gingivitis: What You Need To Know

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When the gums become inflamed, often due to poor oral hygiene, this could lead to gingivitis. At this stage, treatment is absolutely crucial to avoid the onset of periodontal disease or even periodontitis (a factor in the onset of adult tooth loss). In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist talks about what you need… Read more »

Treating Periodontitis Stops Tooth Loss

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When you have periodontal disease and don’t seek care to manage it, this could lead to a later stage known as periodontitis. At this stage, painful symptoms grow more severe, and you risk losing your teeth! In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist talks about how we can treat and manage periodontitis to prevent… Read more »

What Does It Mean When Gums Recede?

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When you have gum recession, this could mean poor oral hygiene habits, and the presence of gingivitis and possibly even gum disease. When this occurs, you need to seek treatment right away. Otherwise, this could grow more severe and threaten your smile’s stability! In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist talks about stopping receding… Read more »

Could We Reverse Gingivitis?

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When our gums become inflamed, also known as gingivitis, this could cause discomfort and leave our gingival tissues vulnerable to disease. But could we reverse this with the right treatments? In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist talks about the benefits of dental cleanings and scaling and root planings.