2. Thoroughly remove and clean the tartar on your exposed dental roots. This work prevents bacteria from easily attaching to and growing there again.
3. Smooth and reshape the bone in the pockets. This will avoid tartar from accumulating and attaching to previously roughened root surfaces. And that is because your bone will now be smooth once again. It will also allow your gums to reattach more easily to the newly healthy bone.
4. Secure the gums in place.
In spite of this, periodontal disease may occur again. It is called a silent disease since it is mostly asymptomatic, despite its destructive consequences. This further highlights the importance of:
regular biannual professional cleanings
an effective daily personal hygiene regimen.
Depending on how severe your periodontal disease is, Dr. Reshad may not stop at pocket reduction surgery and osseous surgery.
Honestly the best dental practice. Everything single practitioner, receptionist and assistant are excellent. Been going here for years and everyone is phenomenal.
12/12/2021 - Healthgrades
Very patient and meticulous cosmetic dentist. I went to replace a few old veneers done many years ago and results are really good. The new veneers look super natural. I definitely recommend Dr Salim and his staff. The office is super modern and staff is very kind.
11/16/2021 - Google
I am very happy I found a wonderful dentist with an extremely pleasant and professional staff.
11/13/2021 - ZocDoc
I am so pleased with my first visit to my new dentist. He was wonderful and the staff was so pleasant and professional.
11/06/2021 - Google
Very pleasant office and helpful staff. Finally found an honest dentist who doesn't try to talk you into procedures that you do not need.
11/04/2021 - Google
dr. Nazeri was sweet, efficient, honest, and helpful. the office staff was pleasant and a place you don't mind "going to the dentist".