Pregnancy Gingivitis

Did you know that pregnant women might be more vulnerable to gum disease and tooth erosion? Fortunately, with a small bit of help from our office, you can keep your oral cavity healthy even during pregnancy. Here's a tiny bit of info on gingivitis and why it occurs in women having children so regularly; we hope that you enjoy it... read more »

Gum Treatments for Your Smile Health

Gum disease afflicts 64.7 million Americans, and essentially, it is an infection of gum tissue, which can cause tooth loss if left untreated. This common disease can also increase one's risk for diabetes and heart disease since the inflammation releases harmful bacteria throughout your body. Treating periodontal disease is easy in the early stages and is often reversible. In this... read more »

Gum Disease Poses Threats to Your Health

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an infection and inflammation of the gum tissues, that is usually caused by hardened tartar at the gum line. Increased risk factors like tobacco use and certain medical conditions, like diabetes, can allow gum disease to develop and progress faster. The earliest stage of gum disease is known as gingivitis. Initial symptoms... read more »