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  • Important Coronavirus Update

    By Spring Periodontist on March 23, 2020
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    Texas Governor Abbott issued an executive order on March 22, 2020 mandating all dental offices to postpone dental procedures that are not dental emergencies until after 11:59 pm on April 21, 2020.   We are in the process of re-scheduling our patients who do not have dental emergencies for treatments until sometime after April 21, 2020.   However, if you have […]
  • Benefits of Laser Gum Surgery (LANAP)

    By Spring Periodontist on March 6, 2017
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    Main Benefits of Laser Gum Surgery (laser-assisted new attachment procedure, LANAP) Faster Healing– LANAP (laser gum surgery) is minimally invasive and allows the body to recover and heal more rapidly. Less Discomfort– Patients report less discomfort during and after surgery. No Cut, No Sew, No Fear – the LANAP (laser gum surgery) uses laser light energy to eliminate the bacteria […]
  • What is a periodontist?

    By admin on May 23, 2015
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    What is a Periodontist? A periodontist is a dentist who specializes in two specific areas of dentistry. Gum Disease: prevention, diagnosis and treatment of gum disease Implant Dentistry: placement of titanium/zirconia screws in the jawbone to support missing teeth
  • Why see a specialist?

    By admin on May 20, 2015
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    Why see a periodontic specialist? Advanced Training. An additional 3 years of advanced training after 4 years of dental school is needed for a dentist to become a specialist in periodontics. Experience. Because a periodontist performs gum, dental implant and bone grafting surgeries on routine basis, he/she has extensive experiences and clinical skills to serve patients.
  • Why see a periodontist for dental implants?

    By admin on May 15, 2015
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    Why see a periodontist for dental implants? A dental implant needs to be both functional and esthetic. From a functional standpoint, the survival rates of implants have generally been reported to be greater than 95%. However, achieving good esthetic outcomes around dental implants is less predictable. The esthetics of a dental implant is dependent upon two factors – A) implant […]