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Restorative Treatments

Gum disease is a condition which affects the supporting structures around your teeth. It causes swelling of your gums. If left untreated, it can damage the bone and ligaments that hold your teeth in place.

Comprehensive oral rehabilitation is the elimination of dental disease and the reconstruction of damaged teeth. Treatments can include a complete examination, cleaning, fluoride application, full mouth x-rays, amalgam and composite restorations (fillings), endodontics, minor periodontal surgery, and extractions.

If you’ve had oral rehabilitation supported by implants, the interval between appointments will vary according to the scale of the rehabilitation. It will also depend on the level of oral hygiene that you have achieved at home.