Many factors can cause periodontal disease (gum disease) and influence its progression. Treatment of periodontal disease at our offices pairs advanced, scientifically documented procedures with simple home care instructions to reestablish your oral health.
Periodontal Disease Treatment »
Receding gums can occur for a variety of reasons. In order to restore gum health and prevent further gum recession, we offer newer, predictable alternatives that are supported by a team approach from the periodontist, general dentist and patient.
Gum Recession Treatment »
Whether you are missing one tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants can improve your overall quality of life. Our approach to dental implant therapy successfully prevents further bone loss and provides you with a chewing efficiency similar to that of natural teeth. The ultimate result is that you have a tooth that is as good as the original.
Dental Implant Therapy »
A temporary anchor device, or TAD, is a highly effective method for guiding teeth to their correct position. Orthodontists require the placement of TADs to facilitate and expedite tooth movement.
Temporary Anchor Devices »
When a dental implant is placed, a temporary crown is often used to complete the smile while bone and tissue grow around the dental implant. We can place your temporary crown and assist you throughout the final stages of dental implant therapy.
Temporary Crowns »
When you have an abnormal frenum attachment, a common procedure known as a frenectomy can be performed. During a frenectomy, the frenum attachment is removed or reattached to a normal position on the gum so that orthodontists can close the gap between your front teeth.
Abnormal Frenum Treatment »
Many chronic inflammatory and systemic diseases manifest in the mouth. Our offices provide experienced diagnostic and treatment services for a variety of oral soft tissue diseases.
Oral Soft Tissue Disease Treatment »
Temporomandibular disorders are often a manifestation of stress or the result of a congenital defect. The pain and discomfort associated with these disorders can be managed with over-the-counter medication, moist heat application, or non-surgical treatments.
Temporomandibular Disorder Treatment »
Our office provide periodontal treatment to the cities of Hoffman Estates, Darien, Downers Grove, Naperville, Bloomingdale and Schaumburg in DuPage County, IL.