Periodontal Care and Your Teeth
Gum or periodontal disease is common and is the number one cause of tooth loss. While gum disease is widely experienced by adults, soft tissue infection and resulting complications can be avoided with the right dental care provider and treatment regimen. Dr. Stephen Gianino is a board-certified periodontist who provides gum care in Littleton and is committed to restoring patient’s wellness.
If you’re looking for a friendly periodontist near you, contact our office today for your consultation!
Your Source for Gum Disease Treatment in Littleton
Advanced Diagnostic Technology – Dr. Gianino’s specialized in-office equipment allows us to identify and target the specific strain of oral bacteria to ensure the best results from treatment.
Laser Assisted Dentistry – Our specialist utilizes a soft tissue laser to focus precisely on the areas of your gums that need treatment. This provides a more efficient and comfortable experience.
Gum Grafting – During this procedure, Dr. Gianino covers exposed tooth roots caused by severe gum recession. Gum tissue is taken from your palate or another source to cover the root.
Pocket Reduction Surgery – Pockets, or spaces between your teeth and gums, develop due to gum disease and grow as tartar accumulates. This procedure involves removing the tartar and bacteria that has created space between gums and teeth. Gums are then treated to encourage reattachment for a more stable smile.
Gum Disease and Your Overall Health
The correlation between your overall health and the health of your gums is important to consider. There is a link between periodontal disease and systemic illness, especially relating to the heart and lungs. Conditions like diabetes and even medications can exacerbate gum disease. These close connections between dental wellness and physical health make periodontal care all the more important.
Dr. Gianino provides gum disease treatment in Littleton to restore your ideal oral health and contribute to your complete well-being.
If you are experiencing signs of gum disease, please call Dr. Gianino for a consultation today.