Your Mouth Could Be Killing You
Are your gums killing you? Here at Morris Park Dental in the Bronx, New York we have been treating and preventing gum disease for years. Gum disease or periodontal disease can be a genetic disorder or it can be the result of poor oral hygiene. The Periodontists and Periodontics specialists here at Morris Park Dental have been helping patients with bleeding gums, decay, inflammation and general mouth pain with great success. The dentists are experienced with treatment of all gum disease and will use the latest technologies and laser therapy to treat your problems. So for a Beautiful Smile and help with your gum problems, dial (718) DR-SMILE! (718-377-6453) Or feel free to request an appointment by clicking here.
Periodontitis or Gum Disease can cause blisters on the gums, infection, sensitive teeth, bad breath (gingivitis) and permanent damage that affects the function of your mouth. Gum disease is important to avoid as it can quickly spread and affect your teeth. We will clean in and around your gums and remove any infection. We want your mouth to be healthy and we want your smile to be fantastic. Get your smile back and call us today!
Did you know that periodontal (gum) disease is actually a bone infection in your mouth?
When your gums become infected and inflamed from periodontal disease, bacteria from the plaque in your mouth can spread and grow below the gum line. The bacteria can then enter into the blood stream and travel to major organs and begin new infections. Recent studies show that periodontal or gum disease is linked to other diseases in the brain, heart and rest of the body, including:
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Heart Disease
- Premature Birth
- And More
78% of Adults have some form of periodontal disease
Symptoms of Periodontal Disease include:
- Dry Mouth
- Swollen, Inflames and Sensitive Gums
- Receding Gums and Longer Looking Teeth
- Bleeding Gums
- Discolored Gums
- Bad Breath
- Bad Taste in Mouth
- Loose or Missing Teeth
- Spacing in your teeth
- Pockets in between your Teeth
If you have any of these symptoms, contact us immediately for a clinical evaluation for this life-altering disease.
Gum disease can be treated if treatments begin in its early stages. Call us today and we will help you find the best solution for your gum disease.
We accept all assignable insurances as full or partial payment. In addition, our medical insurance may cover certain procedures if you have dry mouth, diabetes or other medical conditions. We also offer Relaxation Sedation for the apprehensive patient and can do most procedures in as little as one visit.