Dental Problems: Get the Treatment You Need

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Expert Solutions for Optimal Oral Health

We make sure that your dental problems don’t turn into something serious!

Your general health and welfare come first at Foundation Implants & Periodontics. We know that it is dangerous to let these kinds of diseases go because they will take away your eating, speaking abilities, or even the confidence itself. You must treat any dental problem as soon as it appears. In most cases, we can employ non-invasive procedures that require little discomfort and are favorable economically in the long run.

However, if left alone, dental issues may progress and result in toothache, infection, or – worst case scenario – loss of teeth. We offer all-encompassing care and give you nothing but the most effective dental treatment for your individual case so that you can have a healthy and beautiful smile.

Bleeding Gums & Gum Disease

In many cases, bleeding gums are the first indication of gum disease, a serious condition that, if ignored, may result in tooth loss and other systemic health issues. To successfully treat gum disease and stop tooth loss, we provide advanced therapies such as non-surgical therapy, laser treatments, and surgery.

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Bleeding Gums & Gum Disease

In many cases, bleeding gums are the first indication of gum disease, a serious condition that, if ignored, may result in tooth loss and other systemic health issues. To successfully treat gum disease and stop tooth loss, we provide advanced therapies such as non-surgical therapy, laser treatments, and surgery.

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Receding Gums & Gum Recession

Gum recession increases the chance of tooth loss and may cause sensitivity, decay, and exposure of the tooth roots. Our non-invasive gum grafting techniques preserve your teeth while treating receding gums.

Swollen Gums

Swollen gums may indicate a variety of underlying conditions, including gum disease, trapped food particles, and even pregnancy. We identify and address the underlying causes of swollen gums to ease pain and encourage healing.

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orthodontic-surgery

Swollen Gums

Swollen gums may indicate a variety of underlying conditions, including gum disease, trapped food particles, and even pregnancy. We identify and address the underlying causes of swollen gums to ease pain and encourage healing.

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Toothache & Sensitive Teeth

Tooth sensitivity and toothaches may result from many sources, including gum recession, decay, and broken teeth. We diagnose and treat tooth pain and sensitivity using advanced tests, followed by periodontal or root canal therapy.

Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Halitosis, or persistent bad breath, may indicate dental problems such as gum disease, dry mouth, or oral infections. We diagnose and treat chronic bad breath with periodontal treatment, dental hygiene advice, or lifestyle adjustments.

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orthodontic-surgery

Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Halitosis, or persistent bad breath, may indicate dental problems such as gum disease, dry mouth, or oral infections. We diagnose and treat chronic bad breath with periodontal treatment, dental hygiene advice, or lifestyle adjustments.

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Bone Loss & Missing Teeth

Missing teeth and bone loss may have a substantial effect on your dental health, function, and appearance. We restore lost teeth and regenerate bone via bone grafting, directed regeneration, dental implants, and implant-supported restorations.

Misaligned Teeth

Many dental conditions, including wear, decay, and periodontal diseases, can be brought on by crooked or misaligned teeth. We provide Accelerated Orthodontic Treatment (SFOT) in conjunction with orthodontists to straighten teeth more quickly while minimizing gum recession.

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orthodontic-surgery

Misaligned Teeth

Many dental conditions, including wear, decay, and periodontal diseases, can be brought on by crooked or misaligned teeth. We provide Accelerated Orthodontic Treatment (SFOT) in conjunction with orthodontists to straighten teeth more quickly while minimizing gum recession.

Frequently Asked Question

Plaque buildup is the most common cause of dental cavities. The bacteria that live in plaque, a sticky coating, are fond of sugar. These bacteria generate acid as they consume sugar. The tough outer coating of your teeth, called enamel, is eroded by this acid. Your teeth develop cavities, or holes, as a result of this erosion over time.
Caries is the scientific name for cavities. Just like the previous question, plaque accumulation is the root cause of cavities. Preventing cavities mostly requires proper oral hygiene and regular dental examinations.
There might be many reasons for dental pain. Common reasons include cavities, gum disease (inflamed gums), and dental sensitivity. See a dentist to determine the reason for your oral discomfort and get the appropriate care.
Many issues could arise from poor oral health. Infection, discomfort, and tooth loss may result from untreated gum disease and cavities. This can make speaking and eating properly difficult. The key to preserving excellent oral health and general well-being is consistent brushing, flossing, and dentist checkups.
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Why people choose our dental practiсe?

5/5

Wonderful facility and knowledgeable staff! All the information I received was thorough. Love how Dr. Cherry's explained my situation to me. If you need a periodontist...this is the place to go to! Shuwanna

4/5

Dr. Cherry was very thorough and honest about my treatment. He was gentle and has a great beside manner. I found him to be very informative and it made me feel...hopeful! Thanks Dr. Cherry.

4/5

I went in for a consultation about a gum graft. All the staff was very kind and answered my many questions. Dr. Cherry took the time with me to listen to my concerns. I feel comfortable with getting the procedure done here.

4/5

Amazingly friendly staff!!!! - I was a bit anxious about this appointment after dealing with a situation for 4 months. Everyone, literally EVERYONE was so friendly and welcoming to me! Morgan at the front desk, Sue explaining things to me - and Dr. Cherry - all so friendly, calming and welcoming! Thanks for all that you did for me today!

4/5

Tina and Dr. Cherry both are such a pleasure to engage with each time I have my routine visits. They really genuinely care about me as a patient. I always feel valued as a patient because they customize the care to my specific needs

4/5

I had my first consultation for a second opinion with this office. Everyone was courteous and professional. I was seen promptly at my appointment time. Dr. Cherry took time examining me and explaining what treatment was needed. I plan to follow up with this office.

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