As the nation and our community copes with the fast-moving spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus we hope you and yours are in good health during these stressful times. The National and State Dental Associations have provided guidelines recommending Dental Offices postpone elective procedures. Any patients with appointments that have to be cancelled will be notified by our team shortly.

We will be closing our office starting Wednesday, March 18th and plan to reopen on Tuesday, April 21st. We thank you for your patience during this interruption and hope to see you when we re-open, happy and healthy. Please contact us at 512-637-7333 if you have a true dental emergency or if there are any questions and we will respond back as quickly as we can.

Periodontal Treatment
in Austin, TX

When you think about great oral health, the condition of your teeth is probably the first thing that comes to mind. But did you know that your gums are just as important as your teeth? Gums are the gateway to the rest of the body and need just as much care and attention. Have any questions about your gum health? Please contact us to schedule your consultation!

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What Is Gum Disease

Periodontal (gum) disease is an ongoing infection of the gums that takes place in stages. Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease, which can lead to full-blown periodontitis if left untreated. Gum disease can lead to gum recession, tooth loss, and more serious health issues. If you think that you may have gum disease, please get a consultation right away. The sooner you see a dentist, the easier it is to treat!

Common Signs of Gum Disease

  • Bleeding Gums
  • Changes in Your Bite
  • Gums That Have Pulled Away From Teeth
  • Loose Teeth
  • Persistent Bad Breath
  • Red, Swollen & Tender Gums
  • White Spots Around Gumline

Treatments for Gum Disease

We offer gum disease treatment through a procedure called scaling and root planing, a deep cleaning process for patients with periodontal disease. We’ll remove the built-up plaque and tartar from the teeth and the gum line as well as re-contour the gums to promote reattachment.

Preserve Your Gum Health