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2440 N. Josey Ln, Suite 202
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 242-7603
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DENTON
1601 N. Elm St, Suite B
Denton, TX 76201
(940) 566-7021
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651 Cross Timbers Rd, Suite 102
Flower Mound, TX 75028
(972) 434-8050
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Frisco, TX 75034
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ROOT™ Periodontal & Implant Centers

DENTON, TX

Serving the Greater Dallas Fort Worth Metro

Periodontist Denton, Texas

At ROOT™ Periodontal and Implant Center in Denton, TX, we are committed to ensuring you maintain your bright and healthy smile, and are proud to provide you with the latest dental technology to provide you with the long-lasting results that you deserve. We take your health, confidence, and teeth seriously. Scheduling regular visits to maintain your teeth and gums will actively improve your overall health. Maintaining a bright and strong healthy smile will do wonders to improve your self-confidence. Along with recognizing the importance of maintaining your oral health and sustain your sense of self-confidence, we also understand the importance of your time, which is why we are committed to making every visit to our dallas periodontist as efficient as possible.

If you have been diagnosed with periodontal disease and are prepared to take active steps to improve your oral health, we are here to provide you with the supports you deserve.

To learn more about the quality services we offer at our Denton location, please review the information provided below. Our office is located at 1601 North Elm, Suite B or you can contact us at (940) 566-7021. We are committed to helping you achieve and maintain that bright, healthy smile that you deserve!

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At ROOT™ Periodontal and Implant Center, your bright, healthy smile is our top priority. Our experienced team of specialists is invested in meeting all of your dental needs: from calming anxieties to teaching good habits, from periodontal check-ups to dental surgery.

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Dental Implants

Patients with a missing tooth or teeth may greatly benefit from having dental implants placed. Unlike dentures, the dental implant procedure involves placement of a dental prosthesis to the bone of the skull or jaw, providing patients a more permanent solution. Best of all, dental implants prevent additional oral health issues from developing and return patients back to their natural full and healthy smile.

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All on 4 Dental Implants

All-on-4 Dental Implants are a unique type of dental implant that supports all teeth using only four implants, rather than one implant per tooth. The All-on-Four dental implant procedure involves using an implant placement plan designed specifically for your unique needs. The number of implants used for each arch is typically four to six, depending upon your particular case and what your periodontist feels is best practice.

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Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is the administration of medication for patients having intensive oral procedures performed and/or who have extra sensitive teeth or anxiety related to having dental procedures performed. There are a range of sedation types, from mild, moderate, and deep sedation.

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Gum Disease

Gum disease refers to a range of inflammatory conditions that affect tissues surrounding the teeth. Gum disease most typically presents itself as a tinge of blood on your toothbrush following brushing your teeth. If left untreated long enough, gum disease can result in the gums becoming inflamed, which can then cause the tissue and bone around your teeth to begin deteriorating.

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Pinhole Surgical Technique

Patients suffering from periodontal disease may experience gum recession. If this issue is not treated at an early stage, more complicated and serious problems can develop, as gum recession creates greater exposure of your natural teeth, which creates opportunities for bacteria to build. The Chao Pinhole® Surgical Technique (PST) is a scalpel and suture free procedure that involves making small holes in your gumline through which your periodontist can loosen the gums and move them to the desired position.

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Laser Gum Therapy

Laser gum therapy efficiently and painlessly treats gum disease through the use of a laser. The laser penetrates beneath the tissue surface and destroys any bacteria, plaque, or infected tissue. The laser then seals the area surrounding the tooth, which develops tissues that form around the root of the tooth. This process ensures that tissue is not reduced and facilitates the formation of collagen, bone, and new connective tissue.

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Gum Recession

Gum recession is the loss of gum tissue, which results in teeth appearing to be longer than normal. If left untreated long enough, will result in tooth root exposure. Gum recession can be caused by a variety of factors, such as aggressive brushing, genetic predisposition, and/or periodontal disease. If recession is due to poor oral hygiene, a deep cleaning may be suggested to remove bacteria and debris from the gums. For patients who have advanced periodontitis, a scaling and root planing procedure may need to be performed in order to clean the teeth and address the inflammation.

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Socket Preservation

Socket preservation is an effective method for preventing jaw deterioration from happening. During the socket preservation procedure, dental scaffold material or a temporary bone graft is used at the extracted site to improve the overall appearance of the remaining teeth and simplify the process of placing the dental implant. The grafting material can be human, animal, or made of a synthetic material.

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Tooth Exposure

Tooth exposure is performed to uncover a permanent tooth that has not yet erupted. This is done by making a tiny incision in your gum, through which the tooth can erupt. It is important to address impacted teeth, because failure to do so can result in painful infections developing. Tooth exposure is most commonly performed when wisdom teeth do not erupt or when children have permanent teeth that do not erupt naturally.

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LANAP

LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure) is a type of therapy that efficiently and painlessly treats gum disease through the use of a laser. There are a range of immediate and long-term benefits that you will enjoy following your LANAP treatment, including a faster recovery time and it being a significantly less painful method for killing bacteria compared to traditional methods.

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Frenectomy

A frenectomy (frenulectomy) corrects issues related to a frenum. This procedure is most typically performed in children. The two most common type of frenulum’s that are treated are the maxiliary labial frenum and the lingual frenum. The procedure is typically painless and can be performed quickly.

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Gum Contouring

Patients who have an imbalanced ratio between their visible gums and teeth have what is commonly referred to as a gummy smile. Gummy smiles can be caused by a range of factors, including bone deterioration, periodontal disease, or genetic predisposition. Regardless of the reason, patients often feel self-conscious about their appearance and will seek to improve this issue by having a gum contouring procedure performed. Gum contouring is one of the more common procedures performed to address this issue.

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Scaling & Root Planing

When bacteria is allowed to settle on your teeth for too long, it will eventually mineralize and turn into tartar. The primary difference between plaque and tartar is that plaque can be removed by conventional brushing methods, whereas tartar will need to be removed through the efforts of your periodontist. Scaling and Root Planing is a common method used to address periodontal disease.

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Laser Gum Surgery

Laser gum surgery is a type of surgery that efficiently and painlessly treats gum disease through the use of a laser. There are a range of immediate and long-term benefits that you will enjoy following your laser gum surgery and treatment, including a faster recovery time and it being a significantly less painful method for killing bacteria compared to traditional methods.

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Crown Lengthening

Patients who have a gummy smile may benefit from a crown lengthening procedure, which involves removing a tiny amount of bone and gum to expose more of the tooth/teeth. Crown lengthening may be performed as a single procedure or in conjunction with other procedures, such as
treating cavities or repairing and restoring broken teeth that have been cracked or damaged. Crown lengthening is also commonly performed along with placement of a dental crown, as this procedure helps reduce damage to the gum that can occur during this procedure.

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Scheduling regular visits to maintain your teeth and gums will actively improve your overall health, and maintaining a bright and strong healthy smile will do wonders for your self-confidence.

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Information On Denton, Texas

Denton, Texas is the county seat of Denton County and has a population of approximately 115,000. Denton is best known for its vibrant music scene, which includes the 35 Denton Music Festival which draws in 300,000+ participates every year, as well as the annual Arts and Jazz Festival. With two universities and a population of 45,000+ students, Denton is commonly considered a college town.

If you are in the Denton, Texas area, there are a number of wonderful activities to enjoy. One of the most popular sites to visit is the Campus Theater, a 300 seat theatre located in downtown Denton. The theater hosts over 100 theatrical performances and musicals every year and is a must go to stop for anyone visiting the Denton area.

For the history buff, be sure to schedule a visit to the Denton County Courthouse on the Square Museum, which offers up a unique repository of historical documents, special collections, and exhibits that provide a wonderful insight into the rich history of the county and the fascinating people who are part of its story.

For the outdoor enthusiast, be sure to check out the Clear Creek Heritage Center, a quaint park that offers peaceful trails, well-worn paths, and a charming butterfly garden. Teeming with wildlife and offering plenty of modern facilities, this is the perfect place to take the family or simply relax and enjoy the scenery.

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