Americans with Periodontal Disease
Americans 65+ with moderate or severe periodontal disease
Americans 30+ with Periodontal Disease
Dental implants are small titanium posts which are designed to provide a foundation to help replace single or multiple missing teeth.
Site preservation refers to a specific application of bone grafting that attempts to prevent the resorption of bone that normally follows the removal of a tooth.
Ridge augmentation refers to the process of adding or building up bone in an area of bone deficiency.
LANAP® is a progressive technique using a specialized laser to destroy the bacteria which cause disease and alters the tissue so that it has the opportunity to heal.
Scaling and root planning, also known as “deep cleaning,” is a form of nonsurgical periodontal therapy and is often the first step in periodontal treatment.
The ultimate goal with surgery is to reduce the periodontal pocket and control the destructive inflammatory process involved in periodontitis.
Regeneration procedures serve to direct the growth of new bone and gum tissue at sites having insufficient volumes or dimensions of bone or gum tissue for proper function, esthetics or prosthetic restoration.
Common types of gum grafting include free gingival graft, connective tissue graft and acellular dermal matrix allograft.
Crown lengthening is a surgical procedure that reshapes the gum tissue and supporting bone in order to expose an adequate amount of healthy tooth structure.
Cosmetic periodontal procedures are designed not only to restore the functional and structural integrity of the teeth and gums but also to restore a more natural appearance and enhance the beauty of a smile.
Oral sedation is a popular option for our patients because they can administer the medication on their own in the form of a pill.
Intravenous conscious sedation is a highly effective method where sedative medications are administered directly into the blood stream.