Oral Health Advantages: Gum Disease Detection

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Have you ever inspected your mouth for any signs of periodontal disease? If you feel as if your gums look different or even feel different, take a closer look and set up a daily checklist to determine if periodontal disease is present. Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, means there is an infection in… Read more »

Don’t Lose Your Teeth To Gum Disease

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Periodontal disease, the medical term for gum disease, is a bacterial infection and inflammation of the gums caused by hard tartar at the gum line. This affects roughly forty-seven percent of the population over 30. Because its early stages are pain-free, it can often go undetected until more painful symptoms emerge. Periodontal disease can be… Read more »

Dentures Can Serve to Fully Restore Your Compromised Teeth

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Long-term problems with periodontal disease, tooth decay or other oral health complications can severely compromise the full function of your mouth. Beyond simply impairing your ability to adequately chew food, it can impact your speech and leave you feeling self-conscious about your smile. In a case like this, our dentist might recommend restoring the full… Read more »