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We are back to our normal business hours Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00 except Wednesdays 8:30-5:00.

We hope you and your family are safe and in good health. We are going above and beyond to make sure our infection control keeps everyone safe by:

1.  Having patients practice social distancing in our reception area
2.  No magazines or refreshments offered in the reception area
3.  If you prefer to be escorted from your car to the chair we are more than happy to provide you with that service
4.  Hand sanitizer is abundant and placed throughout the office. As well as multiple handwashing stations
5.  Upon entry we are taking all patients temperatures and having them fill out our screening form
6.  All staff are equipped with the proper personal equipment

Rest assured that you are in a safe, sterile environment for the duration of your visit.

Sincerely,
Classic Smiles Team
Remember Early Gum Disease Does Not Hurt
Posted on 9/7/2020 by Classic Smiles
Remember Early Gum Disease Does Not HurtHealth problems that are asymptomatic in their beginning stages can be difficult, if not impossible, for the infected person to detect. This is the case with gum disease as well. Although advanced stages of gum disease have a variety of symptoms ranging from swollen gums to loose teeth, many patients with gum disease will not be aware they have it until it has developed to a more serious or even incurable state. Fortunately, our team is able to diagnose gum disease whether or not symptoms are present.

How Our Team Can Detect Gum Disease


The most common way for our team to detect gum disease is to measure the gaps between teeth and gums. Multiple gaps that are 4 millimeters or more is a strong indicator of gum disease. Gums bleeding during the exam is another sign of gum disease. X-rays can detect bone loss, which occurs in periodontitis as the harmful bacteria eats away at the bone. Our team may also refer patients to a periodontist who can offer additional examinations, diagnoses, and treatment plans.

Signs That It Is Too Late for Early Gum Disease


By the time gum disease manifests its symptoms, it is already in its late stages. Gum disease with symptoms might be periodontitis, which cannot be cured. Signs of gum disease include swollen gums, bleeding gums, tender gums, bad breath, pus between the teeth and gums, loose teeth, pain when chewing, new gaps between teeth, and a receding gumline. Patients experiencing any of these symptoms should contact our office immediately. Even periodontitis, which cannot be cured, can still be treated.

Our team recommends annual checkups for patients in good oral health and biannual checkups for the rest of our patients. If you are overdue for a checkup, contact our office immediately to schedule an appointment.
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