What is periodontal disease/gum disease?Outstanding periodontal health can improve your appearance, your personal comfort, and your general health. In fact, healthy gum tissue, as well as the supporting bone, can even have an impact on the final outcome of certain cosmetic dental procedures.
For patients who suffer from gum disease, our expert periodontal team can employ a wide range of treatment solutions that are proven to stop or reverse the damage caused by infection. Science has shown us that periodontal disease is not self-correcting. Without the appropriate intervention of an experienced periodontist, untreated gum disease can yield disastrous and unhealthy consequences.
Our therapeutic periodontal treatments can be customized to provide you with the precise, high-quality results that you deserve. We utilize a proactive, leading edge approach to addressing the needs of each patient. Our treatments are always based on proven clinical evidence and driven by advanced dental technology. According to the state of your oral health, your periodontal treatment plan may include one or more of the following:
Following the completion of your recommended periodontal treatment, you will receive personalized home care instructions and detailed oral hygiene counseling from our periodontist.
If periodontal disease has led to inflammation, bone loss, receding gums, loose teeth, or bad breath, then you will be pleased to know that our team is prepared to intervene on your behalf. We are excited about the opportunity to use our talents for the betterment of your oral health, and we appreciate the long-term advantages of healthy periodontal tissues.
Smoking has many negative effects of your oral health and may cause complications with the periodontal treatment.
The signs and symptoms of periodontal disease are almost impossible to recognize and treat on your own. We encourage you to contact us today for a full periodontal assessment and a personalized discussion about your treatment options. Carrollton: (972) 662-8660 or Flower Mound: (469) 444-1515