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Gummy Smiles
Some patients have excessive gum tissue which can cause teeth to appear short and stubby and what they may not realize is that they have a beautiful smile beneath that overgrown gum tissue.

Gum Disease
Gum disease can silently hide in your mouth destroying gum tissue, bone and teeth and also can potentially contribute to other health problems such as strokes, heart attacks or complications with pregnancy or diabetes.

How Do I Know If I Have Gum Disease
Gum disease can occur at any age, but it is most common among adults. If detected in its early stages, gum disease can be reversed.

Who Is At Risk
Up to 80 percent of the population, that's who! Many adults in the U.S. currently have some form of gum disease and don't even know it. Our mouths are full of bacteria.

Treating Gum Disease
In the early stages of gum disease, characterized by redness, swelling and bleeding gums, minimally invasive nonsurgical treatment can reverse gum disease.

Dental Implants
Hundreds of millions of people of all ages and races worldwide are affected by gum and bone disease and tooth loss. It is estimated that several hundred million people are missing at least one or more teeth and that over 40 million people are completely edentulous.

The All-On-4 solution has been developed to simply treat patients who are edentulous or suffering with uncomfortable or painful dentures. The procedure allows for the immediate placement of a full mouth restoration on the same day as the implants are placed by maximizing the use of available bone.

Mini Dental Implants
Mini Dental Implants are a minimally invasive treatment that can immediately stabilize loose dentures and eliminating the need for messy denture adhesives. Even the best denture adhesives can't compare to the denture stability achieved with Mini Dental Implants.

Laser Dentistry
Lasers have revolutionized the way dentistry is practiced today. Compared to traditional methods, lasers perform a wide array of soft tissue procedures with far less collateral tissue damage and immediate hemostasis, promoting faster healing with less gingival recession.