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6 Tips for a Successful Gum Grafting Recovery

February 7, 2020

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woman in dental chair looking at her smile after gum graft in Colorado SpringsIf your gum line has been damaged by periodontal disease or aggressive brushing habits, your tooth roots might be exposed. Not only can this cause an unattractive smile, but it can also lead to dental issues, like tooth sensitivity and an increased risk of cavities. Your periodontist may recommend a special treatment to restore a healthy gum line. A gum graft in Colorado Springs is a procedure used to restore your oral tissues. As with any oral surgery, there will be a short recovery, but there’s no need to worry. Here are 6 tips to help you recover from gum grafting.

Risk Factors for Gum Disease? Periodontal Therapy in Colorado Springs Can Help

August 12, 2018

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gum diseaseOften, when you think about a healthy mouth, a cavity-free smile comes to mind; however, there is another factor that influences it as well—your gums. Among the biggest threat to their health involves a preventable infection known as periodontal disease. Although it can easily be avoided, it is estimated that roughly 50% of adults in America have a form of it. While anyone can develop periodontal disease, there are certain factors that can increase your risk for it. If it occurs, you will need periodontal therapy in Colorado Springs.

Yes, a Periodontist in Colorado Springs Can Extract a Tooth

July 12, 2018

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Dental instrunemt for tooth extractionTeeth are designed to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, the majority of adults—a full 74 percent—will lose a tooth at some point. Tooth extraction is often necessary in cases of severe decay, injury, disease or infection. If you do need to have a tooth extracted, whom should you see? A periodontist in Colorado Springs is often the best choice. Because a periodontist specializes in treating gum (periodontal disease) and replacing missing teeth, you can have the extraction and rehabilitation performed in the convenience of one office.


When do I Need to See a Periodontist?

March 10, 2018

Smiling woman in dental chairIf you’ve never even heard the word periodontist, you’re not alone. Unless you work in the dental field, one dentist may seem just like any other, but periodontists are dentists who specialize in treatments that impact the supportive tissues that surround your teeth. If you’re in need of gum disease treatments, tooth replacements, or tissue grafts, you may need to take a trip to see your local periodontist. In this post, we’ll discuss what a periodontist does and how they can help you achieve and maintain a healthy smile by offering a variety of periodontal services.

Is There a Link Between Gum Disease & Heart Disease?

September 14, 2017

Woman  and dentist looking at x-raysFor years dental and medical researchers have noticed a relationship between cases of gum disease and a wide range of chronic and systemic illnesses. From diabetes to Alzheimer’s disease, poor oral hygiene seems to be one common indicator of risk for a variety of whole body health concerns. In the past, research has indicated gum disease as a potential risk factor for health issues. However, the recent research out of the University of Florida Department of Periodontology may have found a causal link between gum disease and heart disease.

Do I Need Gum Disease Treatment in Colorado Springs?

June 9, 2017

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Discover your options for gum disease treatment in Colorado Springs.Do your gums bleed when you brush your teeth? Maybe you have noticed that they are slightly swollen or red? If so, you may be experiencing the early symptoms of gum disease (periodontal disease). This is an infection that develops in the gum tissue due to bacteria found in plaque and tartar accumulations. It is estimated that 50% of adults have a form of the infection; however, most are unaware they have it because they do not recognize the symptoms. With the infection leading to serious dental problems like tooth loss and health issues, such as cardiovascular disease, you need prompt gum disease treatment in Colorado Springs. At Rocky Mountain Periodontal Specialists, we provide a proactive and effective approach to restore your gum health.