Enhance Your Smile’s Health and Appearance With Crown Lengthening

Formally referred to as a gingivectomy, crown lengthening is a versatile periodontal procedure used to correct a number of dental health problems affecting patients. Crown lengthening reshapes your gum line to lengthen your teeth, thereby discouraging many health risks. One of the common reasons for a gingivectomy is the threat... Read more »

Additional Information About Periodontics

In order to ensure your smile has the best chance of receiving the care it needs, you'll need to assess all aspects of your oral health including the status of your teeth and gums. If for any reason your gums are damaged or diseased, periodontal treatment will be necessary. Periodontics... Read more »

Align Your Oral Health Care Goals With Gum Disease Prevention

If you are suffering from gum disease, it is important to visit your Periodontist to inquire about the necessary treatments and procedures to restore your smile. Going forward, you need to understand you will be at an increased risk for gum disease. In addition, be aware of any aspects of... Read more »

What Exactly Does a Periodontist Do?

Just like all dental and medical professionals, a periodontist attends a speciality school to develop and learn specific skills that help keep others health. A periodontist is a type of dentist who specifically prevents, diagnoses, and treats periodontal (gum) issues, including gum disease. Periodontists also specialize in placing dental implants.... Read more »

How to Address Gum Disease at Each Stage

When it comes to your oral health, the state of your gums matters as much as the quality of your teeth. If you are suffering from gum disease, our team can provide customized treatment for each stage of your condition. It’s best to prevent gum disease as much as possible... Read more »

When to Consider Crown Lengthening

When you smile, do you feel like too much of your gums are showing? If so, you may have what some dental professionals refer to as a “gummy smile”. But don’t worry. “Gummy smiles” are actually quite common, and if you feel like this type of smile is making you... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Periodontic & Implantology Associates, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry... Read more »