Periodontal Dentistry

Grand Prairie Periodontics

Keep Your Teeth Healthy & Supported

With the accredited education and necessary skills needed to maintain any level of periodontal disease, our highly trained experts are committed to cater to your personal goals to ensure your oral health is elevated to it’s maximum potential. Our welcoming staff promises to provide you our effective procedures with no judgment whatsoever in terms of your periodontal condition.

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Contact us online at Great Southwest Family Dental and Implants for a complimentary consultation to determine a customized course of action for your dental needs.

Periodontal Treatments

We offer a variety of treatments to help aid patient with their conditions, including:Tissue grafting image

  • Periodontal Maintenance: Our staff will guide you on all the necessary tips and tricks to maintain optimal oral health during any stage of your gum disease.
  • Gum grafting: We perform gum grafting to reduce sensitivity in the teeth and improve overall functioning, as well as appearance.
  • Bone grafting: Bone grafting is needed to restore the jaw in alignment with your mouth. It involves transplanting gum tissue to restore and repair damaged bones.
  • Soft Tissue Grafting: This procedure is very versatile and can be used to improve the aesthetics, comfort, and overall gum health.

What Is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is a progressive condition, with two main stages called gingivitis and periodontitis. The mildest form of periodontal disease, gingivitis is generally indicated with red, swollen, or inflamed gums, along with bleeding while gently brushing or flossing. Although easily reversible, if left untreated, it can develop into periodontitis. This more destructive stage is where gum tissue and bone are eaten away at as a result of the immune system attacking the built-up bacteria on the teeth. As the gum line starts to recede and create infected pockets, severe periodontitis can result in tooth loss and more serious health conditions.

What Causes Periodontal Disease?

Some of the causes of periodontal disease include:

  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Family history
  • Tobacco use
  • Certain medications
  • Hormonal changes

Call us today at (972) 433-7970 to book a free consultation for one of our periodontal treatments!

Why Choose Us?

Complete Dental Care
  • Experienced & Compassionate Staff

    Our family is here to help your family! Our experienced team helps patients of all ages, with any dental needs.

  • One-Stop Shop For Your Dental Needs

    To provide our patients with confidence and convenience, our team is highly trained to handle any dental procedure.

  • State of the Art Technology

    Our office is equipped with the latest dental technology, so our patients receive precise and accurate care.

  • High Quality Surgical Care

    Our dentists are trained in advanced comprehensive surgery to ensure that our patients receive quality care.

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