GumDocs Periodontics Welcomes New Patients, With or Without Referrals for Modern Dental Implants

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Drs. Cameron Jones and Gordon Schwartz with GumDocs Periodontics are now accepting new patients for dental implants in Ottawa, ON, without a referral. Regardless of the cause for missing teeth, dental implants are a great treatment option for many patients because they offer an attractive long-term solution for lost teeth.

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Patients who need dental implants in Ottawa, ON, can now schedule an appointment with Drs. Cameron Jones and Gordon Schwartz of GumDocs Periodontics, without first receiving a referral. Missing teeth can be uncomfortable and unattractive, but dental implants can help patients get their healthy-looking smiles back once again. Additionally, implants are imbedded into the jawbone, which indicates that they offer superior strength and durability when compared to other short-term treatment options for lost teeth.

Missing teeth can affect anyone at any time. Car accidents, sports injuries, gum disease, and several other situations can cause individuals to lose one or more of their teeth. Due to the relative discomfort and expense associated with some short-term treatment options, many patients do not seek immediate treatment for their missing teeth. Unfortunately, delaying treatment may decrease a person’s candidacy for implants because the jawbone starts to disintegrate soon after a tooth is lost. If the jawbone disintegrates too much, dental implants in Ottawa, ON, may not be a viable option.

In some situations, bone-grafting procedures may be recommended if a patient does not have sufficient bone mass to support an implant. Patients are more likely to have a smooth and hassle-free implant experience if they seek treatment soon after they lose a tooth. GumDocs Periodontics is pleased to be able to help patients with one or more lost teeth by offering implant treatment options without requiring a referral. This makes it easier for patients to receive the implants they require, without the hassle or inconvenience of trying to attain a recommendation beforehand.

Implants are great alternatives to bridges and dentures because they do not cause damage to adjacent teeth, nor will they not fall out of the mouth during common activities such as speaking or chewing. Patients who properly care for their implants can expect them to last for many years and to simulate the function of natural teeth. Implants also prevent accelerated deterioration of bone-loss in the jaw, because they stimulate the jawbone, similar to that of the roots of natural teeth.

GumDocs Periodontics encourages individuals with missing teeth to find out if they are ideal candidates for dental implants in Ottawa, ON. Prospective patients can easily schedule a consultation by calling GumDocs Periodontics and speaking with an office assistant.

About The Practice

GumDocs Periodontics and Implant Dentistry is a periodontal practice offering personalized dental care for patients in Ottawa, ON. Drs. Cameron Jones, Gordon Schwartz, Mira Ghaly, Eugenie MacKay, Karen Fung and Alison McGuire offer innovative treatments to ensure the comfort and convenience of their patients. The periodontists are all experienced in diagnosing and treating any conditions affecting the gums, bone or replacement teeth. Their goal is to improve and help maintain the oral and overall health of their patients. Dr. Jones received his doctor of dental surgery degree from McGill University in 1990. He completed a one year general practice residency program at the University of British Columbia Hospital and the British Columbia cancer agency. He then completed a postgraduate program in the specialty of periodontics at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Jones received his specialty diploma in 1993 and has been in private practice limited to periodontics and implant surgery here in Ottawa, Ontario since. Dr. Jones speaks English and French. Dr. Schwartz received his doctor of dental surgery degree from McGill University in 1991. He practiced as a general dentist in Montreal for two years prior to completing a post graduate program in the specialty of periodontics at the University of Toronto. Dr. Schwartz received his specialty diploma in Periodontics as well as a Ph.D. in Neuroscience (facial pain) at the Université de Montréal. In addition, Dr. Schwartz practiced periodontics and implant surgery and speaks English and French. To learn more about GumDocs Periodontics and Implant Dentistry please visit their website at http://www.gumdocs.com or call (613) 210-1033.

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