Our years of specialized training and state-of-the-art technology allow us to quickly identify the cause of your periodontal disease or gum recession and develop a treatment plan that is designed specifically for your healing. Sometimes, surgery is required to effectively treat periodontal disease and get your oral health back on track. Our specialists are experts in large and complex bone grafting and gum grafting procedures and will give you a smile that not only sets you up for long-term oral health but a smile that you’ll be confident sharing with the world.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), nearly one half of Americans over the age of thirty are suffering from some form of periodontal disease, also commonly referred to as gum disease. This systemic infection of the mouth can cause damage to the soft tissues, bone, and other supporting structures of the mouth if left unaddressed.
Gum disease typically occurs when bacteria is allowed to proliferate on the teeth and in the gum pockets. In turn, this bacterium causes your body’s immune system to create a response, typically resulting in chronic inflammation of the gums and ultimately to the symptoms of gum disease, including:
Addressing gum disease early and aggressively is crucial to your long-term oral health. If left unaddressed, periodontal disease raises your risk for heart disease, stroke, and lung infections. The specialists at PermaDent Dental Implant Center have the training and diagnostic technology to expertly, comfortably, and quickly provide you with a diagnosis and treatment plan.
If non-surgical treatment options have failed to resolve your periodontal disease or will be insufficient, there are surgical options to help you truly heal your periodontal disease. These surgical options are typically reserved for more severe or complicated cases of periodontal disease.
Esthetic surgical procedures are elective procedures that are performed to help you restore confidence in your smile. Whether you feel you have too much – or too little – gum tissue covering your teeth, there is an esthetic surgical procedure available to help you love your smile.
At PermaDent Dental Implant Center, our specialists are at the top of their fields and are committed to providing you the education necessary to make informed decisions about your oral health every step of the way. Our state-of-the-art suite of diagnostic testing allows us to swiftly diagnose your issues and provide you with a truly personalized treatment plan in a single office visit. We never compromise when it comes to your comfort and confidence in your care. If you’re ready to finally take charge of your oral health and understand the why behind the issues you’ve been facing, call PermaDent Dental Implant Center today at 310-325-9969.