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Archive for the ‘Gum Disease’ Category


Important People and Events in the History of Periodontics

Ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians and Romans have written down various remedies for treating gum inflammation. These...


What’s the Difference Between a Gingivectomy and Crown Lengthening

If you're looking for a periodontist near Lexington to do a gingivectomy or a crown lengthening procedure you may have wondered...


Can Salt Water Rinses Actually Help With Periodontitis?

Some ancient remedies have been proven to not work while others have withstood the test of time. One of these remedies is using a...


The Importance of Stopping Gum Disease Before It’s Too Late

Going to your dentist for regular dental cleanings helps keep gum disease at bay, but sometimes, despite best intentions and...

Comprehensive Periodontics and Oral Surgery

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