Dental & Oral Trauma
Trauma to the inside and even sometimes the outside regions of the mouth can lead to a whole host of additional problems if not dealt with promptly and properly. There are many ways in which the human mouth can become damaged or undergo trauma, but there are also many ways to reverse those effects. Here are some potential traumas, solutions, and other considerations you should be aware of.
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Periodontal disease is disease of the gums. Although it can occur in several different ways, gingivitis is the term that is most often used for the beginning stages of this disease.
If gingivitis is allowed to progress, it can move into periodontitis, which extends deeper into the gums and may even lead to tooth loss. However, gingivitis does not have to progress this far.
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
There are many conditions and events that can bring a patient in to see us, including dental trauma due to accidents, former substance abuse, congenital defects, post-cancer recovery, and old age in general. Because every patient is different, our approach is simple: listen to the patient and find the problem, address that problem as efficiently and safely as modern dental science allows, and follow up with continued compassion and care even after all restorative, in-office work has been completed.