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Treatment for Periodontics

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    Gum Disease and Diabetes

    The link between gum disease and diabetes has been debated for some time. Researchers agree that the link exists, but the relationship is.

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    Gum Disease Linked to Heart Health

    Gum Disease Linked to Heart Health Believe it or not, how you take care of your teeth and gums affects not only your.

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    Perio Protect®

    Gum disease is a bacterial infection that affects the gums. Antimicrobial medication is an important part of any gum disease treatment..

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    Therapeutic Laser Care (TLC)

    Therapeutic Laser Care involves the use of a special soft tissue laser in lieu of the traditional scalpel and stitches..

Laser Periodontal Treatment and General Dentistry in Scottsdale, AZ

The link between gum disease and diabetes has been debated for some time. Researchers agree that the link exists, but the relationship is unclear. Are patients with diabetes more susceptible to gum disease, or is it the other way around? In recognition of National Diabetes Month, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has released some new guidelines on oral health for people with diabetes.

Believe it or not, how you take care of your teeth and gums affects not only your oral health, but it impacts your cardiovascular health, too. Although scientists are not certain of the precise relationship between the heart and oral hygiene, studies consistently demonstrate a link. In fact, according to the American Academy of Periodontology, people with gum disease are twice as likely to have heart disease.

Gum disease is a bacterial infection that affects the gums. Antimicrobial medication is an important part of any gum disease treatment. However, because of a saliva like fluid called crevicular flow, it can be difficult to keep the medication between the gums, where it’s needed most. Until now. With Perio Protect® trays, the medication stays put, giving bacteria nowhere to hide.

Therapeutic Laser Care involves the use of a special soft tissue laser in lieu of the traditional scalpel and stitches. The laser removes diseased tissue while simultaneously disinfecting and cauterizing the gum tissue. Lasers are extremely precise, and enable the dentist to work on all areas without damaging surrounding tissue.

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Dr. Wilson has trained with some of the top dentists in the world, at the world-renowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. He was one of the first four dentists in the entire world to become licensed by Millennium Dental Technologies to perform Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP), which is the only patented dental procedure in the history of dentistry. He has combined his knowledge of this procedure and several others into a unique protocol which he calls Therapeutic Laser Care. Utilizing a special laser and a customized antimicrobial delivery system, this protocol promises to revolutionize the way that the dental profession cares for gum disease.
Therapeutic Laser Care (TLC), Dr. Wilson

General dentistry Services

 

Preventative Care

Many people mistakenly believe that tooth decay, bad breath, and gum disease are simply a part of life. An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure…

 

Teeth Whitening

Even if you begin with a bright, white smile, stains can settle on your teeth over time. Coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine, even fruit juices can contribute to a lackluster smile.

 

Porcelain Veneers

Whether you have gaps and stains or you have trouble pinpointing exactly what you’d like to change about your smile, we can help.

 

Crowns

Crowns repair teeth that have broken, decayed, or cracked. A crown surrounds the entire tooth and protects it from further damage.

 

Root Canals

Most people don’t think of root canals this way, but they’re actually tooth-saving procedures. A root canal is necessary when the inside of a tooth has become infected.

 

Dentures

Life can take a toll on teeth. For patients with few or no teeth remaining, dentures can offer a new lease on life.

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