Dentist in Naperville | Providing Relief from Periodontal Disease

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Periodontal disease, a prevalent oral health issue affecting over 45% of U.S. adults, encompasses a spectrum of conditions ranging from mild gum inflammation to severe periodontitis, which can lead to tissue and bone damage as well as tooth loss. Dr. Brammeier and his dedicated dental team are committed to providing exceptional periodontal treatments for both new and existing patients suffering from any form of periodontal disease in the 60565 area. In this article, we’ll delve into the importance of maintaining optimal oral health and how our experienced dentist can help you achieve it.

The Role of Oral Hygiene:

One of the primary contributors to gum disease is the practice of poor oral hygiene. Consistent daily brushing and flossing, coupled with regular professional examinations and cleanings, are vital to preserving optimal oral health. Failure to adhere to these practices can result in the accumulation of plaque on teeth and along the gumline. When left unattended, this plaque can harden into tartar, a substance only removable by dental professionals.

Timely Treatment:

Neglecting gum disease can lead to the further buildup of tartar and the progression of the condition. As the disease advances, gums become inflamed, swollen, and prone to bleeding during routine activities like brushing or eating. At this stage, professional periodontal treatment becomes imperative to halt the disease’s progression.

The Advanced Stage: Periodontitis

When periodontal disease goes untreated, it can escalate into periodontitis, the most severe form. In periodontitis, gums recede from the teeth, forming small pockets along the gumline that are challenging to clean without professional intervention. This condition poses a severe threat to overall oral health, potentially resulting in the destruction of bone, gums, and soft tissues and becoming one of the primary causes of adult tooth loss.

Contributing Factors:

Various factors contribute to the development of periodontal disease, including poor oral hygiene practices, diabetes, smoking, hormonal changes in females, and certain medications that can cause abnormal gum tissue growth. Individuals receiving treatment for AIDS are also at an elevated risk.

Expert Diagnosis and Care:

Dr. Brammeier possesses the expertise and experience to diagnose and treat all stages of periodontal disease effectively. If you experience symptoms such as chronic bad breath, sensitive teeth, red or swollen gums, bleeding or tender gums, or difficulty or pain while chewing, we urge you to contact our office and schedule a consultation. Our dentist excels in providing exceptional periodontal care, and we warmly welcome new patients.

At Dr. Brammeier’s practice in the 60565 area, we prioritize the oral health of our patients. Our commitment to delivering comprehensive periodontal care sets us apart, ensuring that you receive the best treatment available. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our office. Your oral health is our top priority, and we look forward to serving you.

Brammeier Dental Associates of Naperville
Phone: 630-548-2300
2603 S Washington St
Naperville, IL 60565

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Dentist in Naperville, IL

2603 S. Washington St, Ste 100, 
Naperville, IL 60565
(630) 548-2300

Office Hours:
Monday: 10am – 7pm
Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: By appointment only

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Family Dentist in Naperville
2603 S. Washington St. Ste 100,
Naperville, IL 60565

(630) 548-2300