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Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery

Can I make my receding gums grow back?

Gum recession occurs when gum tissue pulls away, which exposes some of the tooth. When this occurs, pockets can form between the teeth and the gumline, making it easy for bacteria to accumulate. When this is left untreated, the supporting tissue and bone structure of...

Can dental bone loss be stopped?

Bone loss is the result of untreated gum disease, especially later stages such as periodontitis. During this gum disease stage, the bacteria eat away at the jawbone and the ligaments that connect teeth to the bone. The most common cause of bone loss is due to...

Can a dentist treat sleep apnea?

At Think Oral Implants and Periodontics, Dr. Ting helps patients to treat their sleep apnea with dental appliances. Obstructive sleep apnea affects millions of adults. This occurs when a blocked or collapsed airway causes pauses in breathing while sleeping. This...

Can a dentist help with snoring?

When you or your loved one suffers from snoring that is affecting your livelihood, schedule an appointment at Think Oral Implants and Periodontics quickly. Sleep apnea not only can affect your oral health, but cause detrimental health issues when it’s left untreated....

When Is Crown Lengthening Necessary?

When a tooth is badly decayed due to many fillings or is damaged due to trauma, there may be enough tooth left so that a dental crown can be placed in order to save the tooth from extraction. However, there may not be quite enough of the tooth left to provide a good...

What’s the Difference Between LANAP and LAPIP?

Dental laser technology is becoming more and more popular for the treatment of periodontal, or gum, disease. Laser treatment offers many distinct advantages for treating this problem, including greater preservation of natural gum tissue, enhanced healing, quicker...

What Are The Advantages of Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a small metal post that is inserted into the jaw bone to provide a new root, or foundation, for some form of replacement tooth like a crown or implant-supported denture. It is a reliable way of replacing a missing tooth that usually lasts a...