Gum Disease and Cavities: The Real Relationship

In many cases, oral cavities and periodontal disease go together. But despite what you may believe, that doesn’t always have to be the case. Occasionally patients have gum disease without any cavities, so don’t think you’re home free just because you don’t have cavities. Keep reading to discover why cavities... Read more »

What Are Your Treatment Options When It Comes to Gum Disease?

If you have been diagnosed with gum disease, you will need treatment to keep it from progressing into the more advanced, damaging stages that can destroy the bone, necessitating surgery. To treat this progressive disease means taking better personal care at home, along with professional dental cleanings that focus on... Read more »

Visiting Our Office for Gum Disease

"I love chomping away at sugary foods, but I don't like flossing my teeth: how can I thwart periodontal disease?" Short answer: you can't. Unfortunately, periodontal disease is regularly a disease of our own makings. By eating and drinking sugary substances, we put ourselves at risk of making periodontal disease.... Read more »

Watch for These Effects of Gum Disease

Perhaps the most widespread sickness we see at D & D Periodontal Associates, P.C. is periodontal disease, an infection of the gums. Periodontal disease impacts an immense percentage of the population, but with suitable brushing and flossing, you can protect yourself from it. Learn more about gum disease by reading... Read more »

Gum Disease and Your Overall Health

Most people understand that gum disease can lead to dental problems, including lost teeth, bad breath, and problems with the jaw. However, other issues have been linked to gum disease that can implications far beyond your mouth. There are many factors that contribute to gum disease. Tobacco use and some... Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Best Ways to Prevent Bleeding Gums

Do you wish there was a way to prevent your gums from bleeding? If so, our dentist, Dr. Daniel and Daria Royzman, is happy to grant your wish! Fortunately, there are things you can do to keep your gums healthy and strong, which can help you avoid having blood-covered gums.... Read more »

Treatment Options for Your Gums

One of the dangers of gum disease is that in many cases, it can be painless. Because of this, a person may not be aware that they have the disease. You may have noticed that your gums are swollen or that they bleed when you brush and floss. Your teeth... Read more »

The Progression of Gum Disease

It’s that time again. Time for you to visit the dentist for your 6-month exam and dental cleaning. You’re juggling things like work, time with family, and your child’s big game. Maybe you can put off your appointment by a month or two. There’s nothing wrong with that…is there? The... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at D & D Periodontal Associates, P.C., we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to... Read more »

Are You the Ideal Dental Implant Candidate?

Here at D&D Periodontal Associates, we often find people are surprised they are ideal dental implant candidate. In fact this treatment can be beneficial for most people and there really are very few barriers to having this procedure. Can My Age Make Me a Bad Dental Implant Candidate? One common misconception... Read more »