Periodontal treatment includes a focus on the inflammatory diseases associated with your gums and the surrounded supporting structure. If you are being told that you suffer from a Periodontal or a Gum Disease, You should contact Dental Specialists of Pembroke Pines Group as there are numerous of cases that fall into this category and are helped by our Dr. Kyle DeLuca. Contact our Periodontist immediately at (954) 639-6998.
Gum disease or Periodontal Disease depends on the level of care you give to your teeth, It may even worsen if you ignore to visit your general dentist for proper, preventive evaluation. If you are a patient already in a periodontal disease phase, then you should contact our dental office to book an appointment with our Periodontist – Dr. Kyle DeLuca. The mouth is full of bacteria that constantly create the plaque which, if not removed properly may lead to many oral health issues. A regular flossing and brushing tips are a key ingredient to maintain a good oral health.
Sometimes when you perform an improper cleaning of plaque, it will harden and forms tartar leading to gingivitis. The acute form of gingivitis is usually called Periodontitis, thus causing your Periodontal disease to advance to a higher state. This creates the gaps or pockets between the tooth and the gum line, which eventually leads to loss of bone.
Bone Loss is the result of an untreated periodontal disease. As bacteria spread beyond your gumline. If you lost a tooth due to periodontal disease, proper treatment will be advice, followed by a Dental Implant recommendation which may be the best option for you.
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At the Dental Specialists of Pembroke Pines, we have our Dentist, Dr. Charles Krikorian, and our expert Periodontist Dr. Kyle DeLuca with years of experience in handling all kinds of periodontal diseases. They will diagnose and provide a proper Periodontic treatment based on your current oral health or periodontal disease stage.
Reasons to visit our Periodontist:
If you notice any of the above symptoms, you should contact your periodontist immediately at (954) 639-6998 and you must make the earliest appointment with Dental Specialists of Pembroke Pines. Our well-experienced periodontists will examine your gums and teeth, along with asking about your medical history to identify the underlying factors leading to a periodontal disease.
X-rays may also be taken to get a better evaluation. A Scaling and Root Planing (Deep Cleaning) may be recommended after your proper evaluation.
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Pembroke Pines, FL 33027