Gum disease often appears subtle in its early stages. It can start out with just a little tenderness while brushing and flossing, and you may even experience bleeding after brushing. However, gum disease (periodontitis) can quickly escalate and become a serious health concern. Untreated gum disease can lead to tooth loss, jawbone loss, and an increased risk of developing a serious health condition like heart disease and diabetes.
If left untreated, gum disease will also result in your teeth physically pulling away from the gums, which causes a variety of serious health complications. At Boltchi Perio Implant Concepts, our periodontist Dr. Farhad E. Boltchi specializes in advanced gum disease treatment. If you’re experiencing early or advanced stages of gum inflammation, call us today and start taking corrective measures to maintain your oral health and wellness.
Fortunately, gum disease is treatable at all stages. In the earliest stages of gum inflammation (gingivitis), brushing and flossing is often enough to clean out pockets of plaque and tartar and take care of the problem. For more advanced stages, however, procedures such as LANAP, LAPIP and/or osseous surgery may be required to clear out periodontal pockets and rid the gums of dangerous infection. At Boltchi Perio Implant Concepts in Arlington, TX, Dr. Boltchi possesses over 25 years of experience in all facets of gum disease treatment.
Dr. Boltchi treats peri-implantitis (gum inflammation as a result of failed dental implants), as well as advanced stages of periodontitis using the industry’s most advanced technological methods. This results in treatment that is not only highly effective, but also virtually pain free. If you are experiencing tender gums, bleeding gums, receding gums, toothaches and/or loose teeth, you may be in need of gum disease treatment. Don’t wait; call Boltchi Perio Implant Concepts today and schedule a personalized gum disease consultation.
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