Periodontal Gum Disease Lower Bucks County

Periodontal gum diseasecan do major damage to not only your smile, but also your health. Studies have shown that periodontal gum disease can be directly linked to much more serious diseases such as heart disease, cancer and pneumonia.

Professional Lower Bucks County Dental Treatment

For reliable and efficient periodontal disease treatments in the Lower Bucks County area there is no one as experienced as Dr. Robert Levine. Dr. Levine is a renowned Lower Bucks County periodontist. Dr. Levine is Board Certified (Diplomate) by the American Board of Peridontology, he is Chairman Emeritus of the division of Periodontics (1984-2003) at the Albert Einstein Medical Center. At the PA Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics, Dr. Levine and his team use innovative and non-invasive treatment for periodontal disease. Once periodontal gum disease starts it is imperative to seek professional periodontal disease treatments to ensure healthy gums!

Bucks County Non Surgical Treatments For Periodontal Disease

Dr. Levine prides himself on the fact that he is very conservative in his periodontal disease treatments and treatment recommendations and limits surgery to only those circumstances where it is absolutely necessary. Even when it comes to advanced periodontal gum disease, Dr. Levine can generally treat his Lower Bucks County, PA patients using non-surgical periodontal therapy. This ensures that your gum and tissues quality is stronger in order to limit the areas needed for surgery.

Dr. Levine and his team at the Lower Bucks County based PA Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics are generally able to use non surgical periodontal disease treatment. Some of these methods include; “root planing” with a comfortable ultrasonic instrument which is placed between the tooth and gum tissue to remove any plaque and calculus below the gum line. Culturing of subgingival bacteria is sometimes done so that the infection can be targeted with specific antibiotic therapy given in conjunction with treatment.  We also place antibiotics (Arestin® or Atridox®) under the gum and use Periostat® (doxcycline, 20 mg.) to further add to the healing process.  This multi-pronged, anti-infective approach is the basis of Dr. Levine’s non-surgical treatment for periodontal disease.  

Contact Dr. Levine in Lower Bucks County

With Dr. Levine you will receive the most comprehensive periodontal disease treatments in the Lower Bucks County, PA area. So, for the most advanced and innovative non-surgical periodontal disease treatments in the Lower Bucks County, PA area, contact Dr. Robert Levine and his staff at Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics.