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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.

Sep 13, 2021, 10:54 AM
Your gums can be susceptible and are prone to getting infections quite easily. This is why it’s essential to make sure your gums don’t get infected due to any other negligence regarding your oral health. You must have a…
Aug 23, 2021, 2:09 PM
Are a healthy set of teeth and a bright smile too much to ask for? Sometimes, yes. Stains on your teeth and tooth discoloration are very common and can happen for several reasons. Some reasons are beyond our control, such as…
Aug 9, 2021, 9:35 PM
We should stop calling it ‘Do It Yourself’ – DIY Dentistry. It attaches the connotation of creativity and excitement among users swaying their focus away from its harmful implications. Dentists have been voicing their concern…
Jul 26, 2021, 3:14 PM
If you've abruptly noticed your smile looking more "toothy," you may have issues with your gums. They may have lost their typical attachment to your tooth and started to shrink back — or recede.