The first stage of gum disease may not show obvious signs, but if you have advanced periodontal disease, you know the symptoms all too well. Swollen, bleeding gums that have receded. Deep pockets between teeth, which also be loose or have fallen out. Severe and chronic bad breath. If you’re living with this stage of gum disease, don’t wait to schedule a consultation with our periodontist for pocket reduction surgery or osseous surgery in Provo, Utah! Treating gum disease at this stage requires surgical intervention to preserve the health of your gums and teeth. Our periodontist is a gum specialist, with focused training in diagnosing and treating all stages of gum disease. Additionally, we have the expertise to replace any bone and teeth lost from advanced gum disease. With precision and skill, our team at Sundance Implant and Periodontal Center can treat your symptoms and restore your health and quality of life.
Advanced stages of gum disease not only damage your oral structures but increase your risk for systemic health complications as well. Research has shown a link between advanced periodontal disease and health conditions like diabetes, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. Treating gum disease with osseous surgery in Provo, Utah can effectively restore health to your smile and improve your physical health.
During osseous surgery, we clear the calculus and bacteria that are causing inflammation and infection. Next, we trim away the diseased gum tissues and reshape damaged bone. By restoring health to these structures, we create a better oral environment that helps preserve teeth, bone, and gums in the future while restoring proper function and smile esthetics. Without chronic inflammation affecting your systemic health, you experience better overall health and the ability to eat, talk, and laugh comfortably and confidently.
Periodontists are the only dental specialists with unique training and qualifications to treat soft tissue conditions like gum disease. With additional years of focused education and hands-on clinical experience, periodontists are considered the gum experts uniquely qualified to treat your gum disease with osseous surgery in Provo, Utah. Our periodontist has years of experience, not only in treating periodontal conditions but in related procedures as well, including gum recession treatment, bone grafting, and dental implants to permanently replace lost teeth. We can help you improve the health of your mouth and restore a better quality of life with our specialized and targeted gum disease treatment!
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