Siesta Key Periodontal Office
Gum disease has a reputation for weakening your smile by damaging gums and teeth. The worst part? Once it reaches advanced stages, it’s becomes an incurable disease—in other words, for life. But this doesn’t mean you can’t keep its effects under control. Take the first step by making it a point to contact Russo Periodontics and make it a point to swing by our Siesta Key periodontal office. Act soon, and get your gums and dental bone back through the wonders of regeneration.
You’ve probably heard of gum disease before. But maybe you’re not entirely sure about the specifics. In which case, let’s cover some of the basics. It’s a long-term disease that shrinks gums little by little. Latter stages of gum disease (known as Periodontitis) are far more dangerous. At this point, dental bone loss begins to happen. Other symptoms afflict the mouth, too. Some of these include extreme sensitivity to cold and hot beverages, bleeding upon contact, and gum irritation. If you’re struggling with gum disease, look to reduce tartar buildup. Deep cleanings are the top option when it comes to removing said beneath the gum-line tartar. Unlike regular cleanings, this alternative eradicates tartar lodged beneath the gum line. Unfortunately, it isn’t curable. But it doesn’t mean you can’t arrest the symptoms. Whatever damage done to both gums and jaw bone can be patched up through periodontal surgery. Visit Russo Periodontics as soon as possible. You’ll get top-notch care at our Siesta Key periodontal office.
Don’t gamble on your oral health. If gum disease is slowly destroying your smile, don’t let it get any worse. Restore your smile’s splendor. All you have to do is make a simple phone call (or shoot an e-mail), to Russo Periodontics. Setup an appointment. And bam! If only all things in life were that simple. Then finally meet us at our Siesta Key periodontal office.
1704 Bay Road
Sarasota, FL 34239
Siesta Key periodontics
It is true, and understandable to some extent, that people tend to focus on their teeth only. Sometimes, even dentists are guilty of that. Your teeth are what you use to chew, they form the basis for your smile, and they are the most obvious physical characteristic among your oral structures. However, without the healthy gum and bone tissue to support your teeth, they are of little use. Here at Russo Periodontics, we give equal time to those vital parts of your oral anatomy, and are pleased to provide essential procedures like bone and tissue regeneration.
You may be wondering what that is exactly. Bone and gum tissue can atrophy or be destroyed. One example of this is when you have lost teeth that have not been replaced with an implant. There is a likelihood that the gum and bone, left unused, will erode. Then later, you may wish to get a dental implant but find that your gum and bone are not sufficient to support one. Your need for our Siesta Key periodontics, though, can extend to other situations, such as the effects of advanced gum disease, in which your gum and bone become weaker and may even be lost. Bone and tissue regeneration works like this: the stimulation of new tissue growth is spurred on by surgically placing a small mesh-like piece between the gums and the bone. Bone and connective tissue can then grow into the area where is meant to, without the gums getting in the way. This procedure may be supplemented by another form our Siesta Key periodontics for dealing specifically with the creation of new gum tissue, if required.
Our Siesta Key periodontics are committed to helping you to regain your optimal oral well-being, both now and in the long term. Why not call our office right now and arrange a convenient time to come in for a consultation?