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 »

Dental Implants Sometimes Involve a Sinus Lift

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Losing teeth, whether due to periodontal disease or tooth decay, may best restore oral function with the help of a dental implant restoration. Sometimes a dental implant might also call for a dental procedure called a sinus lift. Sinus lifts have become more common in the last 15 years as... Read more »

Ways to Keep Periodontal Disease From Destroying Your Smile

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If inflammation of the gums have caused your gums to recede from your teeth and this infection is causing the bone material which supports your teeth to break down, we can help. Our skilled periodontists, Dr. Peter Domagala and Dr. Jennifer Shango offer gum treatments at Institute of Dental Implants and... Read more »

Understanding Bone Grafting

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Here at Institute of Dental Implants and Periodontics in Gurnee, Illinois, we understand not everyone is familiar with bone grafting and what it entails. That is why we are happy to talk to you about bone grafting and how it is important to restore your oral health. A procedure that... Read more »

What Are Dental Implants?

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Do you feel self-conscious about your smile? Do you have missing teeth, and wish you can restore them? If so, dental implants may be right for you. Here at Institute of Dental Implants and Periodontics in Gurnee, Illinois, we take pride in helping our patients achieve their ideal smile, which... Read more »

Periodontal Treatments to Restore Your Healthy Smile

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As dental plaque infiltrates below the gum line, the bacteria releases toxins which irritate your gum tissue. Your body then responds to this invasion with inflammation, and then the tissue in the mouth and the bones supporting your teeth begin to break down. As your gums pull back from the... Read more »