- Modern Miracle of Dental Implants
- Can’t Have Dental Implants?
- Implants for Single/Multiple Teeth
- Investing in Dental Implants
- Diseased Teeth & Gums
- Benefits of Dental Implants?
- Diseased Teeth
- Psychological Lift of Implants
- Cosmetic & Social Benefits
- Hidden Cost of Doing Nothing
- Invest in a Healthy Mouth
- Drawbacks of Dentures
- Partial Dentures Cause Bone Loss
- No Denture Adhesives
- The Truth About Missing Teeth
- What is a Dental Implant?
- Why Dental Implants?
- Are You Suffering?
- Do You Love to Eat?
- Financing Your Dental Implants
Diseased Teeth Problems
Gum and bone infections (periodontal disease) are a very destructive process that not only causes loss of teeth, but also causes loss of the remaining bone in your jaw. As a result of their deep desire to keep their teeth and avoid dentures, many people suffer with severely diseased teeth.
The damage caused by periodontal disease is often extensive and permanent. It also causes severe loss of bone that could have been used to support dental implants. It is detrimental to your health and to your tooth replacement options to hold on to diseased teeth that are not good candidates for restoration/repair.
Jaw Bone Pain
It is possible to have diseased teeth removed and have a complete restoration of function, without dentures. With our skilled team of dental implant specialists, we can often place your dental implants the same day that the diseased teeth are removed. In some cases, it is possible to treat some teeth and incorporate them, along with implants, into a fixed, non-removable set of teeth.
Gilreath Dental Associates offers comprehensive restorative procedures including dental implants, wisdom teeth extractions, and full-mouth reconstruction. Procedures such as dental implants have created a revolution in dentistry because of the expanded treatment possibilities it provides.
Tooth Decay Problems
Patient care at Gilreath Implant Dentistry is truly a team approach, and we are blessed to work alongside a caring and talented group of people. Our compassionate team strives to treat each patient with the same attention and care that we would show a member of our own family.
If you live in Marietta or the Greater Metro Atlanta area and suffer from periodontal disease, do not put your health at risk and compromise tooth replacement options by holding on to diseased teeth. Call Dr. Paul Gilreath today to schedule a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.
Diseased Teeth Problems | Jaw Bone Pain | Tooth Decay Problems