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More Than Half of American Adults Have Gum Disease

Although frequently unnoticed until it progresses, gum disease gradually affects the gums and tissues of the mouth. Over time, this condition breaks down these tissues beneath the gum line, making it the leading cause of tooth loss as it advances into later stages, referred to as periodontitis and advanced periodontitis. When treated in its early stage, gingivitis, the effects of gum disease are reversible. However, if treatment is delayed, permanent damage is possible including bone and tooth loss.

Take Notice of These Gum Disease Symptoms

The Causes Of Gum Disease

Visiting a qualified dental clinician regularly can help you catch common signs of gum disease and maintain a healthy smile. In its earliest stages, gum disease is characterized by inflamed gums, gum discomfort, bleeding gums and chronic bad breath. If left untreated this disease can result in:

  • Sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures
  • Receding gum line
  • Sore and bleeding gums
  • Shifting or loose teeth
  • Tooth loss
  • Systemic health effects


Effective Treatment Options

Dr. Dale Spencer applies dental training from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, over 30 Years of experience and modern dental technology to offer qualified gum disease treatment to his patients. After a thorough evaluation, he can discuss available treatment options available to you to restore health to your smile. Using the latest dental technology, he can offer the following as part of your treatment plan:

  • Scaling and root planing
  • Soft tissue re contouring with a gentle dental laser
  • Gum grafting
  • Osseous surgery

Our Compassionate Dentist Professionals

Dr. Jamison Probst, a Dalhousie University graduate, stays updated on the latest dental techniques and technologies. Dr. Probst is a member of prestigious dental associations, including the American Dental Association.

Experience the difference it makes to receive treatment from a highly trained dental professional that has over 30 Years of experience.

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