If periodontal gum disease becomes too advanced, periodontal surgery may be your only option to a healthy smile. If this is the case, Dr. Robert Levine and the team at the Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics also specialize in periodontal surgery in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. With Dr. Levine and his extensive periodontal surgery background, you know you are in the best hands. With all of the periodontal surgery options available to the residents of Philadelphia, it is important to find someone who can diagnose which periodontal disease treatment choice is right for you.
While many Philadelphia area dental practices immediately view periodontal surgery as your only choice, Dr. Levine and his staff at Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics visits every other option to ensure that periodontal surgery is the right step for all of your oral needs. This includes, bone grafting, crown lengthening, and gum grafts. Periodontal surgery can restore loss of bone and/or tissue and prevent future health problems often associated with periodontal gum disease such as heart disease and cancer.
Periodontal surgery methods have become much more effective and innovative over the years and Dr. Levine is constantly attending seminars and lectures to make sure he is ahead of the curve when it comes to periodontal gum disease and periodontal surgery. This makes him not only one of the premier surgeons in the Philadelphia, PA area but also in the world. If periodontal surgery is the most effective option for your unique situation, Dr. Levine provides a caring and relaxing atmosphere to make sure that your periodontal surgery is as comfortable for you as possible. Dr. Levine and his team at Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics are also available to address any questions or concerns you may have regarding your periodontal surgery.
For more information on Dr. Levine and his dedicated staff of Philadelphia, PA periodontal gum disease and periodontal surgery experts, contact Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics at (215) 677-8686.