Periodontal Care

Periodontal Care in Pittsburgh

What is Periodontal Care?

Periodontal care is about preserving your natural smile. Healthy gums play a vital role in supporting your teeth and impact your overall oral health. And with millions dealing with some form of gum disease, we offer a judgment-free approach to periodontal care. Utilizing advanced diagnostic techniques to identify early signs of gum disease, we ensure timely intervention so we can treat and manage gum disease hassle-free. By partnering with us for regular periodontal care, you're taking an important step towards preserving your gums and the longevity and beauty of your smile.

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The Periodontal Treatment Process


Our first step is a thorough examination to diagnose the extent of gum disease, using advanced tools to accurately assess your gum health.


Based on the diagnosis, we tailor a treatment plan, which may include deep cleaning, scaling, root planing, or other specialized procedures.


Post-treatment, we focus on maintaining your gum health with regular check-ups and personalized oral hygiene advice.

The Periodontal Treatment Process

Periodontal Care Benefits


Improved Gum Health

Effective periodontal care leads to healthier gums, reducing the risk of future dental issues.


Enhanced Overall Health

Healthy gums contribute to overall health, reducing the risk of associated systemic conditions.


Preservation of Your Smile

Our periodontal treatments help preserve the natural beauty and functionality of your smile.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why does prevention matter?

Prevention is essential in periodontal health as it is far easier and less invasive to prevent gum disease than to treat it once it has progressed. Regular dental check-ups, proper brushing, and flossing can significantly reduce the risk of gum disease, which, if left unchecked, can lead to tooth loss and other serious health complications. Preventive care helps maintain not only the health of your gums but also the overall integrity of your oral health, contributing to a healthier, more confident smile.

What are the common signs of gum disease?

The common signs of gum disease can range from subtle to more pronounced symptoms. Early indicators include gums that are swollen, red, and bleed easily, especially during brushing or flossing. Persistent bad breath or a bad taste in the mouth can also be a sign. As gum disease progresses, symptoms may include receding gums, formation of deep pockets between teeth and gums, and eventually, loose or shifting teeth. Recognizing these signs early and seeking prompt dental care is crucial in preventing the advancement of gum disease.

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