Reverse Gum Disease Today!

Did you know, gum disease could be treated? In fact, gum disease can be reversed with proper care and professional treatment. Without help, you could risk losing your teeth as well as other conditions. To help you understand how to reverse your gum disease, our dentist, Dr. Jeffrey C. Hambleton... Read more »

Blaze a New Path to Oral Health Success with Gum Disease Risk Factor Prevention

Did you know that gum disease is a progressive disease that can advance over several stages and slowly destroy your smile? This is because gum disease consists of infections of your gum tissue and can spread until tooth loss occurs. To help protect your smile against the risk of gum... Read more »

Which Is Better for Your Teeth, Plain Water or Sparkling Water?

As part of healthier resolutions for the year, quite a few folks have decided to replace their sugary sodas and sports drinks with more healthy versions. One of the more popular alternatives is sparkling water, which offers a little more oomph than plain water. Our Lawrence Periodontics, LLC team is... Read more »

Pregnancy Gingivitis

You’re into your second month of pregnancy and everything is going well. Your pregnancy weight is healthy, you are getting regular exercise, and you keep all of your prenatal checkups. Everything may seem like it’s going just right, but have you gone to the dentist lately? If not, your baby’s... Read more »

Helpers To Prevent Gum Disease: Brushing and Flossing

It is vital to take care of your gums if you want a healthy mouth. We normally talk about brushing and flossing for healthy teeth, but it turns out they are they key to taking care of your gums, as well. Gum disease, or periodontal disease, is caused by an... Read more »

Will Gum Disease Impact My Body?

Would you brush your teeth more carefully if you knew it would protect you from heart disease? Would you floss more if you knew that it would guard you from kidney failure? Think it or not, there is evidence that periodontal disease impacts the rest of your body outside of... Read more »

Clues That You May Have Periodontal Disease

Chances are you may suffer from a form of periodontal disease if you are over the age of 30. If you are not taking proper care of your teeth, plaque can build up and cause infection of the tissues surrounding your teeth—leading to periodontal disease. In fact, even those who... Read more »

Are You Interested in Permanent Tooth Replacement?

Did you know that dental implants offer long-lasting replacement for a missing tooth? Our team is excited to talk about using dental implants for permanent tooth replacement! Dental implants can be an excellent choice for tooth replacement because they are one of the most efficient ways to replace missing teeth... Read more »

Gum Disease and Maintenance

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a disorder impacting the chompers and gums with sacks of bacteria that can lead to tooth and bone loss. Understanding gum disease signs can help you avert and treat it, so we've put together this post for you. Also known as periodontal... Read more »

Special Care Should Be Taken After Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Pressure and discomfort in the back of the mouth and underlying gum tissues can often herald the early emergence of wisdom teeth. Most people lack the sufficient room in the back of the mouth to accommodate emergent wisdom teeth. Even if one or more does manage to emerge without severe... Read more »