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Recovery Tips Following Gum Graft Surgery

2019-10-27T12:42:34-06:00

If the roots of your teeth are exposed due to advanced periodontal disease, professional deep cleaning can help tissue reattach to the teeth. However, once gum tissue is lost, it will not regrow. When it gum recession is severe enough to expose the roots of your teeth, a gum graft may be needed. When facing periodontal disease and potential gum surgery, you want an experienced periodontist who specializes in treating gums. Dr. Mike Norouzinia at Metropolitan Dental Care is a board-certified periodontist and member of the American Academy of Periodontology. With his advanced training, education, and experience, he is the doctor [...]

Recovery Tips Following Gum Graft Surgery2019-10-27T12:42:34-06:00

Don’t Ignore These Gum Disease Warning Signs

2019-04-08T19:27:38-06:00

Did you know that nearly half of all Americans are living with a single type of disease? You may not hear about it on the news, but gum disease is a serious and extremely common disease that can affect the soft tissues of your mouth. Also known as “periodontal disease,” gum disease can affect our Denver patients’ overall health, and has been linked to heart disease and other systemic conditions in recent years. Staying on top of your oral health means remaining vigilant for early signs of gum disease. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, and are looking [...]

Don’t Ignore These Gum Disease Warning Signs2019-04-08T19:27:38-06:00

Research Shows Links Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease

2019-02-13T08:04:18-07:00

Did you know that February is American Heart Month? Heart disease is a major health issue in the United States; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that one in every four deaths each year is caused by heart disease. Finding successful prevention and treatment for this condition is incredibly important, as it remains the leading cause of death in the United States. Organizations like the American Heart Association help to fund research efforts that can give more insight into risk factors or cures for heart disease. Recently, more and more of these studies have shown that patients with periodontal [...]

Research Shows Links Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease2019-02-13T08:04:18-07:00