Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
Dr. Charles Barotz encourages residents in the greater Denver, CO area to take advantage of March’s designation as National Nutrition Month to help improve their overall health by eating better and seeking gum disease treatments such as laser gum surgery when needed. Eating properly is known to help guard against the development of many medical and dental problems and prompt attention to the early gum disease symptoms can help prevent many potentially serious consequences.
Many people may not initially think of nutrition as a contributing factor for periodontal infection, but it most certainly can be. Inadequate nutrition makes it much harder for a person’s body to resist or fight off infections. Gum disease is simply an infection in which bacteria take hold in the gum tissue. Redness, swelling, pain and bleeding in the gums are just some of the first visible gum disease symptoms that a person might notice. If not properly addressed, gum disease can spread and contribute to the development of or exacerbate other medical conditions.
Untreated gum disease can also lead to a host of other dental problems such as tooth loss or further gum tissue loss. Fortunately, Dr. Barotz offers Denver, CO residents a variety of treatment options for gum disease, including laser gum surgery. With the relatively new laser treatment option, Dr. Barotz is able to treat gum disease with less discomfort for the patient. The lack of need to cut and stitch the gums also makes recovery far quicker, often allowing patients to go back to work or other activities immediately.
During the month of March, Dr. Barotz and his staff will be working to help more people understand the relationship between better dietary choices and improved gum health. He encourages patients to schedule a consultation appointment to learn how to identify gum disease symptoms and find out whether or not laser gum surgery in Denver, CO may be a viable option for them.
About The Doctor
Charles S. Barotz is a general dentist offering personalized dental care for patients in Denver, CO since 1980. He became a doctor of dental surgery at Georgetown University School of Dentistry. He is a well-known author, lecturer and clinician. Dr. Barotz is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the LANAP® FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease and periodontal treatment. To learn more about Dr. Barotz and their dental services visit their website at http://www.barotzdental.com and call (303) 595-4994.