When gum disease becomes more advanced, pockets form between the teeth and gums. These pockets allow for the spread of infection, and they give bacteria a way of entering the bloodstream and traveling to other parts of the body.
In many cases, Dr. Rynar can treat gum disease non-surgically. But in patients where periodontal disease is more advanced, treatment with osseous surgery may be necessary. Advanced gum disease is treated by eliminating the pockets that form around the gumline. The result will be a healthier smile and better wellbeing in the future.
Call Metropolitan Periodontics & Implantology Associates, PA to learn more about periodontal surgery. Dr. Rynar is proud to help patients from the all over the tri-state area.
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