Importance of Treating Gum Disease
Published: December 8, 2020
Have you been noticing your gums bleed easily whenever you brush or floss? Or they are starting to pull away from your teeth? These are common signs of gum disease and should never be ignored. Whether you’ve recently started developing symptoms of gum disease or it has been affecting your health for some time, don’t […]Read More
The Major Health Benefits Of Laser Gum Surgery
Published: October 10, 2020
Laser Gum Surgery has major health benefits in Waco, TX because it improves your oral health by removing bacteria within your mouth that can be detrimental to your oral health. Also, because of the fact that your oral health is connected to your overall health when you have laser gum surgery and improve your oral […]Read More
Do You Know These 7 Risks of Gum Disease?
Published: July 24, 2020
When it comes to gum disease because it is a bacterial infection if it’s not treated promptly and allowed to spread to the rest of your mouth it can then cause some associated risk factors to turn into the development of systemic diseases. To better understand these risk factors as well as these systemic diseases […]Read More
LANAP: The Minimally Invasive Laser Gum Disease Treatment
Published: June 24, 2020
Gum Disease better known as Periodontal disease is increasingly affecting a large portion of the population annually. However, thanks to advancements to major advancements within dentistry major advancements have emerged for gum disease treatment. One of these advancements has led to the Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure also known as LANAP. This procedure allows gum […]Read More
Gum Disease And The Development Of Systemic Diseases
Published: June 8, 2020
When it comes to gum disease and the development of it there are quite a few risks. However, for the purpose of this article will be discussing the 7 major risks of gum disease development in Waco, TX. To be more specific, there is a direct link between your oral health and your overall health. […]Read More
Top 3 Options for Treating Gum Disease
Published: October 10, 2019
Whenever disregarded or overlooked, gum disease can turn into an intense dental condition, and can eventually lead to other major medical issues. Luckily, when treated appropriately, you can reestablish your dental wellbeing. Seeing a highly qualified dental professional like Dr. Donna Miller can offer you different types of corrective treatments. There are three essential alternatives […]Read More
A New Way to Fight Gum Disease
Published: September 6, 2019
Do you suffer from bad breath, swollen red gums, pain caused by chewing, or even loose or missing teeth? If you answered yes to any of these symptoms, then you might be suffering from periodontal disease also known as gum disease. This can lead to serious oral compilations later on in your life if you […]Read More
Gum Disease: Who is at Risk?
Published: August 30, 2019
Gum disease is not discriminatory – it can affect any one at any age. While it is true that gum disease is more prevalent in people over the age of 30, anyone is susceptible. Without treatment, gum disease can turn into periodontitis. Periodontitis is a greater infection of the gums, and the tissues that surround […]Read More
Is There a Link Between Endometriosis and Periodontal Disease?
Published: May 13, 2019
Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus grows outside the uterus(1). It is important for women to understand the signs of this condition and to pursue treatment promptly, because it can be debilitating if left untreated. While learning about the symptoms and effects of this […]Read More
Can Gum Disease Be Affecting My High Blood Pressure?
Published: July 17, 2018
Studies show that gum disease links to diabetes and stroke, but there is also evidence that it could affect blood pressure. One study from The Scientific World Journal estimates that there are over 700 different bacteria in the mouth. Periodontitis contributes to increased systemic immune response. The bacteria associated with periodontal infection not only invade […]Read More