From receding gums to gum disease, Capitol Periodontal Group is equipped to handle all your periodontic needs. To help you understand your options, we've included descriptions of some of our leading services on this page.
What Is Periodontology?
Periodontology is an entire branch of dentistry dedicated to studying the gums and bone surrounding the teeth; researching new techniques for treating periodontal diseases; saving teeth; and replacing lost teeth with dental implants.
What is Implantology?
Implantology is the insertion of replacement teeth for individuals with missing teeth and gaps in their smile. The procedure involves creating an artificial tooth that resembles the person's own lost tooth. An artificial tooth root is inserted into the jaw bone and subsequently, the artificial tooth is attached to the root. Oftentimes, bone regeneration may be needed prior to dental implantation in order to create a better bony foundation to securely anchor the implanted root. Dental implants are a natural-looking alternative to traditional bridgework. Furthermore, since they are firmly embedded in the jaw bone, they provide a chewing and biting surface which is almost as secure as the natural teeth. Please consult us for more information.
Understanding Dental Anesthesia: What Every Patient Should Know.
Providing you with high-quality, appropriate care and making your dental visit as comfortable as possible are top priorities for the 143,000 members of the American Dental Association (ADA). Advances in dental techniques and medications can greatly reduce – even eliminate – discomfort during dental treatment, and your dentist and the ADA want you to know about them. Here are some of the options available to help alleviate anxiety or pain that may be associated with dental care.
The doctors of Capitol Periodontal Group are concerned regarding your overall health and believe it is important that you are well informed regarding the complications that can occur as a result of periodontal disease.