Denville Dentist Raises Awareness of Periodontitis in Denville, NJ, Offers Minimally Invasive and Effective Laser Solution

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Drs. Adam and Hal Kimowitz, with Denville Dentist, are pleased to welcome new patients with periodontitis in Denville, NJ for treatment with or without a referral. The Denville Dentist team is educating patients on the importance of treatment and the effectiveness of minimally invasive gum therapy using laser dentistry.

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Drs. Adam and Hal Kimowitz are now accepting new patients suffering from periodontitis in Denville, NJ for gentle laser gum therapy, with or without a referral. Dedicated to patient education and modern care, Drs. Kimowitz are teaching their patients the benefits of laser dentistry as a minimally invasive gum surgery alternative as well as the importance of receiving prompt treatment. The doctors know that education is the first line of defense against gum disease, and hope to educate as many people as possible on how to overcome the condition.

Periodontitis is an advanced form of gum disease that affects over 64 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The first stage of gum disease is known as gingivitis. It is characterized by swollen gums that may bleed during brushing and flossing. When left untreated, this infection can progress into periodontitis. At this stage, the supporting bones of the mouth that keep the teeth in place are irreversibly damaged. Pockets of infection form along the gum line, and may spread bacteria throughout the body through the blood. Laser dentistry is often one of the most effective and minimally invasive ways to stop the damage from spreading.

If periodontitis is not treated, it becomes advanced periodontitis. During this stage, the bone that support the teeth is weakened and the affected teeth may begin to loosen or fall out completely. Bite is often affected and many teeth may need to be removed. When a laser is used to treat the gum disease at any of its stages, it targets the bacteria causing the infection as well as the tissue it is affecting and eliminates them. Healthy tissue is left intact and may even help facilitate reattachment of the tissues. Depending on the stage at which treatment is received, the use of a laser may save some patients’ existing teeth.

Patients with periodontitis in Denville, NJ, are invited to contact Drs. Kimowitz for more information about gum disease and its treatment. Call 973-627-3363 to schedule an appointment or visit the Denville Dentist website at http://www.denvilledentist.com to learn more.

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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