Research consistently shows that maintaining good gum health is crucial for your oral and overall health. Unfortunately, the majority of adults in the US suffer from gum disease, and the implications to public health are alarming. Gum disease has been linked to heart trouble, respiratory issues, uncontrolled diabetes, and other serious health conditions.
In addition to scaling and root planing, periodontal surgery in Florham Park provides a wonderful solution for moderate to severe gum disease — and we use a LANAP® laser to make the process more comfortable, efficient, and successful overall.
If we told you rabbits are to thanks for today’s most successful tooth replacement method, dental implants, would you believe us? It’s true — the secret ingredient for dental implants’ success was discovered by a physicist who was actually working on a separate study on bone growth in a bunch of bunnies.
Having gum disease could affect a young woman’s ability to conceive, says a new study. That means a visit to the periodontist in Florham Park could do more than just boost your oral health — it could have a big impact on your overall reproductive health.
Much like a car just won’t go without all its wheels, a smile without all its teeth just doesn’t function correctly. After tooth loss, dental implants are a comprehensive solution that restores the entire structure of a missing tooth, from the root to its crown. Many adults are eligible candidates for implant dentistry. Dr. James Rynar places and restores dental implants in Florham Park — keep reading to learn more about the premiere option in tooth replacement!
Having a beautiful smile is about more than making sure your teeth are white and sparkling. If you have always had an uneven gum line, or if there’s simply too much gum tissue covering up your tooth enamel, you likely have what we call a gummy smile. Cosmetic periodontics in Florham Park — specifically crown lengthening and gum grafting — can help.
It takes more than just having healthy, white teeth for a beautiful smile. If there is too much gum tissue covering up your teeth, you know just what we mean when we say “gummy smile.” We know that excess gum tissue can affect the way you feel about the way you look — but there is a beautiful solution to be had with cosmetic periodontics in Florham Park. Dr. James Rynar and his team perform crown lengthening procedures at Metropolitan Periodontics and Implantology. Keep reading to learn more, then schedule an appointment today!
A healthy, beautiful smile is made up of more than just your teeth. If you have too much or too little gum tissue, or if your gums are red, inflamed, or sensitive, you may benefit from a periodontal procedure. Gum grafting in Florham Park repairs gum recession after gum disease or poor dental hygiene habits cause the tissue to dissolve. Your periodontist at Metropolitan Periodontics & Implantology provides the procedure in Florham Park. Keep reading to learn more about the treatment, and why it may be just the thing you need to smile your best once again!
We’re happy to welcome the start of spring here in New Jersey. And much like this season wouldn’t be right without a few good rain showers, a smile just isn’t a smile without a full set of teeth. Dr. James Rynar, your dentist at Metropolitan Periodontics & Implantology, replaces missing teeth with a comprehensive solution: dental implants. This method looks, feels, and functions just like your natural teeth. And Dr. James E. Rynar is the most experienced, trusted implant dentist in Florham Park! Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of and process for dental implants.
Just like any masterpiece, your healthy teeth need a beautiful frame to really set them off. But if you have a gummy smile, or if gum disease or aggressive toothbrushing have eaten away at your healthy gum tissue, you may find that you’re reluctant to flash your grin. Dr. James Rynar can help with cosmetic periodontics in Florham Park. Learn more about why you may benefit from crown lengthening, soft tissue grafting, or bone grafting today.
Your gums are something you probably don’t think about too often. That is, until they’re suddenly red, swollen, or seem to be pulling away from where they originally were. Then you’ll probably find yourself wondering, do I have gum disease? The symptoms of periodontal (gum) disease aren’t so difficult to spot. Dr. James Rynar explains how to know when it’s time to seek gum disease treatment in Florham Park.