Treatments for Gum Disease

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If you are a victim of gum disease, then you need to treat it immediately. This is because gum disease is one of the most serious, destructive and dangerous dental issues in the world today. If you don’t treat it quickly, it can worsen and damage your entire smile. Fortunately,... Read more »

Oral Health Marvels: Risk Factors for Gum Disease

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Several risk factors in your life can lead to several forms of oral health damage. If for any reason you have suffered from dental damage or feel that you are at risk of dental damage, make a checklist of all forms of risk factors for each potential ailment. In the... Read more »

Inquiries Into Periodontics

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In order to ensure your smile can be well cared for, visit a periodontist to determine if any damage has started to occur with your gums. Due to the oral health risks associated with gum disease and any other inflammatory diseases to your gums or other supporting structures around your... Read more »

Better Smiles Begin by Spotting the Signs of Gum Disease

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Do you have any abnormalities or irregularities that have popped up with your gums? Does it feel like your teeth are slowly beginning to move around or that your gums have somehow softened? The truth is that you may be suffering from a serious infectious disease known as gum disease.... Read more »

Treatments for Gum Disease

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Do you think you’re a victim of gum disease? If so, our periodontists, Dr. Peter Domagala and Dr. Jennifer Shango, strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment at Institute of Dental Implants and Periodontics right away. Gum disease is a serious and dangerous dental issue that can destroy your oral health if... Read more »

Treating Gingivitis Effectively

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Do you have a problem with persistent halitosis or sensitive teeth? Are your gums red, swollen or inflamed? These are indicators of gingivitis, the early stage of gum disease. This condition is actually common today, and arise due to a variety of factors, including: Practicing poor oral hygiene that allows... Read more »

The Cause of Dry Mouth

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If you are dehydrated or particularly nervous, your mouth may seem dry. That’s normal. It just means you need to drink water or listen to relaxing music. However, if you find that you have a dry mouth on a consistent basis, this may be a sign of an underlying problem.... Read more »

How Do I Determine Whether I Have Gum Recession?

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You may know that periodontal disease is a fairly serious problem. Did you know that gum recession is one symptom of periodontal disease? This can cause extreme sensitivity and be a danger to your tooth roots. There are other causes for gum recession as well, such as brushing your teeth... Read more »

Periodontal Disease, and Its Various Symptoms

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Have you even heard of periodontal disease? You may have but by a different name: gum disease. Gum disease is a dangerous, yet extremely common oral infection that affects many people all around the world. Gum disease can have serious consequences if left untreated, including permanent tooth loss. Although gum... Read more »

How to Know if You Have Gum Recession

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You probably know that gum disease is a fairly serious problem. However, have you heard that gum recession is actually one common sign of gum disease? Sadly, gum recession can cause extreme sensitivity and can be embarrassing. Luckily, there are a few signs you can watch for and a few... Read more »