Friday, April 24, 2015
"Joan Otomo-Corgel, president of AAP, reminds the public that they should care for their implants similar to how they take care of their real teeth. Dental Implants, after all, can still be affected by periodontal diseases caused by infections, and may even become loose when not treated properly. Dental implants not only look natural, they also restore the strength and function of a lost one. Those in need of dental implant procedures can approach a cosmetic dentist in Lehigh Valley since they are licensed to perform the procedure. It is also important to remember that the falling of teeth might be a sign of a more serious condition like gum disease, which is present in nearly half of the American adults. "
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
While widely common, periodontal disease is actually one of the most serious dental diseases since it has been shown to increase risks of diabetes and other cardiovascular diseases. Concerned Lehigh Valley dentists remind people to see their local dentists at the first sign of gum inflammation, medically referred to as gingivitis. They explain that gum disease is an infection in the gums caused by bacteria in plaque, and can easily be determined by bleeding during brushing of teeth.