The Benefits to Be Had From Periodontics

It's always a good idea to have your teeth and gums inspected for any signs of dental damage. In situations where you have gum tissue disorders, you will need to visit our team to determine if you are suffering from gum disease. Gum disease, frequently referred to as periodontal disease,... Read more »

Scaling and Planing Teeth

One of the most important procedures you’ll have done here at Sean P Avera DDS Inc. in Auburn, California is getting your teeth scaled and planed. If you haven’t heard of these terms before, don’t worry - you’re not the only one. Scaling and planing are technical terms we use... Read more »

Recognizing Gum Disease Symptoms

Several health risks tend to arise when gum disease is affecting your mouth. If you are suffering from gum disease, you may have signs and indications in the form of abnormalities and irregularities with the look and feel of your gums. Rather than waiting for gum disease to progress to... Read more »

Oral Health Marvels: Symptoms of Gum Disease

Are you familiar with periodontal risk factors such as gum disease? Gum disease, also frequently referred to as periodontal disease, consists of an oral health condition in which the gum tissues in your mouth have become infected. Gum disease is a serious issue that must be treated. To learn more... Read more »

What is Periodontal Disease?

Periodontal disease is also known as gum disease. It’s a serious and dangerous dental issue that develops when plaque is left on your smile. When you fail to remove the plaque, it attacks the teeth and gums. This can cause red, swollen and tender gums that bleed easily as well... Read more »

The Best Smiles are Built with Preventing Gum Disease Risk Factors

To ensure you receive the quality care your smile needs, it is important to always be aware of what you can do to help keep your teeth and gums safe. Although many individuals follow proper oral hygiene techniques in order to protect their teeth from damage that can arise, it... Read more »

The Consequences of Gum Disease

According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 50 percent of Americans age 30 and over suffer from gum disease. The early stages of gingivitis begin with swollen and bleeding gums. If it is into treated, it can develop into a more severe form of gum disease called... Read more »

Can a Dental Implant Give You Back Your Confident Smile?

People can lose one or more teeth for a variety of reasons. Dental diseases such as tooth decay and gum disease can claim teeth, as well as oral trauma or injury. No matter what the cause of missing teeth, dental implants have become more and more popular as restorative measures.... Read more »

Gum Disease: Signs and Symptoms

Gum disease is typically painless, but it can damage your mouth greatly if it is not taken care of. Gum disease is also called periodontal disease. It is caused by plaque buildup on your teeth; plaque is a sticky film of bacteria which constantly forms on our teeth and gum... Read more »

Long Term Periodontitis Can Cause the Loss of Multiple Teeth

If chronic gingivitis problems are not treated in a reasonable amount of time, the latent inflammation in the periodontal tissues can worsen into the gum infection condition of periodontitis. As it continues to advance this severe state of gum disease can cause your periodontal tissues to recede from the base... Read more »