Gum disease develops in stages, from gingivitis to periodontitis to advanced periodontitis. Let's consider how they affect periodontal health.
These simple tips for preventing gum disease will help improve your periodontal health as well as your general wellness.
Periodontal pockets pose many dangers to oral health. Learn more about the importance of seeking treatment for periodontal pockets here.
Your dental health and your general wellness are linked, which is why it's important to practice good oral hygiene and healthy teeth and gums.
Gum recession is a common periodontal health issue often caused by gum disease and aggressive brushing. Grafting procedures are an ideal treatment option.
Gum disease can affect more than just gum tissue. Here’s what you should know about gum disease and bone loss, and what you can do to prevent both.
Drs. Eugene D. Stanislaus and Lisa Reid of Brooklyn Heights Dental explain the symptoms of gum disease and the causes of the issue.
The LANAP® procedure gives patients an alternative to surgery in the treatment of gum disease at any stage.
As gum disease progresses, it poses increasing risks to your teeth, jaw, and overall health. To help combat this, it may be necessary to reduce pockets of disease in the gums.