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Periodontal Care


Diagram of periodontitis and healthy tooth vs tooth with gum disease.Our team here at Jeanette Thai, DDS is committed at helping you get the best periodontal medical service that you is available today.

Periodontal care is a branch of oral medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of any periodontal disease. A medical specialist who specializes in offering periodontal care to patients is called a periodontist. We are experts at providing top-notch periodontal services to our patients including even dental implants. We also deal with the treatment of oral inflammations which pose a potential health hazard to your overall health.

Why You Should Maintain an Optimal Oral Health


Plaque is a sticky substance that forms on the surface of teeth which is often builds up from the food debris that you eat. Plaque may also be caused by bacteria and even saliva. If not removed, plaque can cause some problems to your teeth and mouth. Plaque buildup on the teeth can slowly turn into tartar, and when both of the two substances are not removed, they will slowly begin to destroy your gums and even the bone. For these reasons it is wise to book regular appointments with us so that we can help prevent serious problems arising. If you see that your gums are slowly becoming red, inflamed, and start to bleed, it is time to give us a call right away.

Overall Health


Your oral health is interconnected with your overall health, and this can cause any problem arising from your mouth to directly affect your general wellbeing. That said it makes sense to give your oral health the best care it deserves.

We offer each patient periodontal service that is customized to their unique needs because we recognize the fact that each patient has their specific requirements. Our periodontist specialists offer a variety of sedation options to alleviate any chance of pain during the procedure. Sometimes you may have periodontal disease and don’t even know it! You may not know it because, in the early stages of the disease, it doesn’t come with any complications and is painless.

The Signs and Symptoms of Periodontal Disease


Gums that bleed either occasionally or all the time could be a sign that you have a serious periodontal problem, and therefore need to seek urgent professional help. Another sign of periodontal disease is when you start to experience loose teeth, and this is usually caused by lost bone or periodontal fibers that have been weakened.

If you notice a change of spacing between your teeth, it could be a sign of periodontal disease which may have been caused as a result of bone loss. Also, if you experience bad breath that is persistent, it could be a sign of periodontal disease. Other symptoms are receding gums or gums that are red and puffy. One way to be sure is to book regular check-ups with us.

If you wish to learn more about periodontal care, please contact us at Jeanette Thai, DDS at (949) 317-4884 today. Our team of professionals is looking forward to hearing more from you.

Office:

24432 Muirlands Blvd. #201 Lake Forest, CA 92630

Phone:

(949) 317-4884

Hours:

Mon - Thur: 9am - 6pm
Fri: Closed
SAT: 8am - 3pm
Sun: Closed




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