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Welcome To Our Periodontal Office, Portsmouth, NH

A periodontist is a dentist that has had years of advanced training in the treatment and management of the supporting structures of the teeth.The goal of a periodontist is to help prevent and treat periodontal (gum disease), to help maintain teeth that have lost their support due to disease, and to help rebuild the bone and gum tissue so that missing teeth can be replaced. Offering services in Newington, Portsmouth, and the surrounding area.

Why Periodontics?

Research studies have shown a strong association between periodontal disease (gum disease) and other chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, pregnancy complications and respiratory disease.

Your overall systemic health can have a positive impact when treating your periodontal condition.

Our Portsmouth Dental Blog

Read more about the topics concerning the dental industry and other general fun facts. Come back frequently to see what new topics we post here. We are always striving to provide top service and information to the dental patients in Portsmouth, NH.

Feb 11, 2019, 5:58 PM
It seems like every day there’s new research connecting dental and oral health with overall health. But it’s not just teeth that need to be clean and healthy, it’s gum tissue as well. While bad dental health has been linked…
Jan 28, 2019, 9:37 PM
Most American kids get excited for a visit from the Tooth Fairy when they lose their teeth! The tradition goes that, when a baby tooth is placed under the pillow at night, the Tooth Fairy will come and exchange it for a…
Jan 15, 2019, 9:45 PM
Jaw bone loss, also called osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ) can result in the complete deterioration of the jaw and the bones and teeth supporting it. This disease can be difficult to catch, as there often aren’t many signs…
Dec 24, 2018, 4:05 PM
The thought of visiting the dentist can give some people severe bouts of anxiety. In order to mollify this fear of the dentist, some people believe in dental myths. Unfortunately, this could increase your chances of needing…