Treat Your Gum Disease With Laser Periodontal Therapy

If you suffer from the adverse effects of periodontal (gum) disease, then you need to visit our skilled periodontist, Dr. Anne Nicholas, and her team of specialists immediately. Gum disease is a destructive dental problem that can silently and painlessly damage your teeth and their supporting structures (bone and gums) over time. Indeed, if you ignore the problem, gum disease... read more »

Dental Checkups: A Way to Prevent Gum Disease

Your oral health and image are a reflection of your overall general health. One insidious “invader” to your oral well-being is gum disease (also known as “periodontal disease”). Gum disease is a serious gum infection that harms the gums and can destroy the jawbone if it’s left untreated. Other potential risks of untreated gum disease are strokes and heart attacks,... read more »

Causes and Treatments for Receding Gums

Have your gums started pulling away from your teeth, exposing the roots? If so, you have gum recession. This can be a troubling and painful dental problem that may make your teeth look longer, making your smile look unnatural. To start helping your gums, it’s best to visit your talented periodontist, Dr. Anne Nicholas, and her team of specialists. Together... read more »

Introducing the Gemini 810 + 980 Diode Laser: The Very Best in Laser Treatments

Modern dental technology is nothing short of remarkable. Today we are enjoying the benefits of very effective treatments that would have seemed like mere science fiction a few decades ago. But Dr. Anne Nicholas and her team of specialists now offer the benefits of top-of-the-line technology: the Gemini 810 + 980 Diode Laser, the world’s first, dual-wavelength, soft tissue diode... read more »

Laser Periodontal Therapy: An Effective Solution for Treating Gum Disease

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a serious and dangerous dental issue that begins with bacterial growth in your mouth and may end with tooth loss. Generally, this disease develops when the plaque on your smile is left untreated. When left untreated, the plaque grows on your teeth and irritates your gums. The longer you wait to treat... read more »

Why It’s Essential to Consult an Expert Periodontist

The American Dental Association reports that chronic periodontitis (advanced gum disease) affects 47 percent of U.S. adults who are older than 30. This means that nearly half of U.S. adults are at serious risk for losing the tissue and bone that support their teeth. And, of course, if the support structure is gone, then the teeth are lost. Periodontitis is... read more »