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Drs. Hal H. and Adam S. Kimowitz welcome new patients with gum disease in Randolph, NJ, and surrounding communities to experience the benefits of laser dentistry, with or without a referral. Patients with bleeding gums and other signs of gum disease can now benefit from minimally invasive and gentle laser gum surgery.
RANDOLPH, N.J. (PRWEB) February 15, 2018
Drs. Hal H. and Adam S. Kimowitz encourage patients in Randolph, NJ with bleeding gums and other symptoms of gum disease to experience minimally invasive laser gum surgery, with or without a referral. Patients with gum disease in Randolph, NJ, and surrounding areas, including Morristown, Boonton, and the greater Morris County, can now receive gum disease treatment without invasive scalpels and sutures associated with traditional osseous surgery.
Gum disease is a progressive condition that begins with the reversible stage of gingivitis, characterized by tender, bleeding gums. If the disease is left untreated and progresses past this stage, gums become increasingly inflamed and infected. In the most severe stage, advanced periodontitis, gums and bone structure are critically damaged, teeth may become loose and even fall out. Ongoing research on advanced gum disease shows there may be a link between the disease and systemic health complications, including diabetes, heart disease and the risk of stroke. Patients showing signs of gum disease can benefit from a safe and effective treatment option—laser gum surgery.
Laser gum surgery is a minimally invasive technique that can gently and effectively treat moderate to severe gum disease. The laser is used to access the infected areas around the roots of the teeth, selectively targeting areas of bacteria and diseased tissue, without harming surrounding healthy tissue. Once all disease has been effectively removed, the teeth roots are cleaned and smoothed to allow for healthy reattachment of the gum tissue. The laser is then used to form blood clots that will also encourage a faster and healthier recovery.
Unlike traditional osseous surgery involving incisions, scalpels, and sutures, laser gum therapy uses only a single ray of laser light to eliminate areas affected by gum disease. Without the need to cut flaps in the gum tissue to reach the diseased areas, laser surgery promotes a quicker healing time for patients. Laser gum surgery is beneficial for many reasons, including:
Patients who have bleeding gums or other symptoms of gum disease in Randolph, NJ, may benefit from gentle laser gum surgery. New patients from Morristown, Boonton, and the greater Morris County are invited to experience laser dentistry from Drs. Kimowitz. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 973-627-3363 or visiting http://www.denvilledentist.com.
About the Practice
Denville Dentist is a general and cosmetic dental practice offering personalized dental care to patients in Denville, New Jersey. Denville Dentist upholds a philosophy of providing leading preventative care to ensure patients reach and maintain proper oral health. Dr. Hal H. Kimowitz is a Fellow and Diplomate in the International Congress of Oral Implantology, Diplomate in the American Society of Osseointegration, Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, graduate of the Misch Institute of Implant Dentistry and member of numerous professional organizations. Dr. Adam S. Kimowitz is a graduate, Alumni President elect and lecturer at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and founder and president of the Grassroots Dental Study Club. He is also a credentialed Fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists and a credentialed Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Drs. Kimowitz offer the latest techniques in a variety of services including implant, cosmetic, and laser dentistry. To learn more about Denville Dentist, Drs. Kimowitz or the services they offer, visit http://www.denvilledentist.com or call 973-627-3363 to schedule an appointment.
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