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Periodontal Disease and Implants

Periodontal Disease and Implants Continuing on our blog entry last week about periodontal disease, we would like to address treatment options. If a patient’s teeth are able to become stable, a trained dentist, periodontist, and/or hygienist can properly manage gum disease. The aim is to attain and maintain gingival health with a consistent recall schedule…

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Gum Disease

Gum Disease Gum disease is a health concern that affects almost 1 in every 2 Americans. Its stages can range from mild and contained to the gums, as in gingivitis, to severe and affecting the bone, as in severe periodontitis. Gingivitis is the mildest form of gum disease. In patients with gingivitis, the gums are…

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Implant vs Bridge

Implant vs. Bridge This week, Dr. Annoni will be explaining the differences between an implant versus a bridge. When choosing how to replace a missing tooth, or missing teeth, it’s important to consider all of your options. The first choice to make is whether you would like something fixed, or something removable. Some removable options…

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