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New discovery: A Connection was found between Gum Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease

Sebo Marketing March 21st, 2022

BREAKING DENTAL NEWS: There is new discovery relating to Alzheimer’s disease and what seems like a direct connection between the bacteria that cause Alzheimer’s disease and the bacteria that cause periodontal disease. The information is very new and we don’t have all the answers but this is what we do know: The specific bacteria that are…

Periodontal Cosmetic Procedures to Enhance Your Smile

Sebo Marketing March 21st, 2022

  Start smiling! If you’re not happy with your smile, there are cosmetic, periodontal and dental procedures available now that could help you achieve the look and smile you want. Do you have a “gummy smile”? Are your teeth too long? Periodontists today can help you reshape your gumline to expose your ideal smile. In…

Periodontal Surgery: What Can I Expect?

Sebo Marketing March 21st, 2022

  Your periodontist has examined your periodontal condition and recommended surgery for you. Just as there are many types of periodontal diseases, there are many treatment options. Your periodontist looks upon you as an individual and develops a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs. The goal of periodontal therapy is to reestablish good…

Periodontal Disease 101

Sebo Marketing March 21st, 2022

  Don’t Wait Till It Hurts Your teeth are intended to last a lifetime-and they can, with proper care. This means thorough daily brushing, cleaning between the teeth, and regular professional cleanings to avoid periodontal diseases. Advanced periodontal diseases are a major cause of tooth loss in adults. But they can be prevented. There are…

Periodontal Disease and Stroke

Sebo Marketing March 21st, 2022

  Periodontal disease is one of the most common bacterial infections. It frequently leads to a substantial systemic antibody response and the release of inflammatory mediators. Locally, these events lead to inflammatory cell recruitment, connective tissue degradation and bone destruction. Systemically, studies now suggest that periodontal status may be an independent risk factor for stroke.…

How To Treat Gum Disease

Sebo Marketing March 21st, 2022

  Treatment for gum disease depends on the degree of severity. The earliest stage, gingivitis, has infection in the gum tissue but the disease process has not spread down into the bone. More advanced stages, such as periodontitis, where bone damage has occurred, require different treatment. And gum recession, where gum tissue is lost, exposing…