3 Signs You May Have Gum Disease

Gum disease, medically termed gingivitis, is a serious condition. If left untreated, it can actually cause your gums to be unable to hold your teeth in place and could lead to tooth loss. Unfortunately, there is no way to correct the damage that gum disease has caused. As such, it is best to not let…

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November is National Diabetes Month, and as we raise awareness we also want to examine our lifestyle routines to make sure we are not only managing diabetes well but are also taking the proper preventative measures to ensure that this disease doesn’t affect other areas of our bodies. Did you know that people who have…

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Halloween is just around the corner, which means an endless supply of sugary treats from trick or treating. Kids get a ton of candy from school parties, friends, neighbors, or relatives during Halloween. Sometimes the candy is so much it can last up to thanksgiving or Christmas time! However, the sugar crash is detrimental to…

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October 2022 Newsletter Remove Disease Gum Tissue With Laser Treatments in a Single Visit – LANAP Our team will detoxify your mouth to remove the bacterial infection using a method called LANAP (laser-assisted new attachment procedure). This is the only FDA-approved laser protocol for treating gum infections to remove harmful toxins, which elicit your body’s natural response to…

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September 2022 Newsletter Are you interested in metal-free dental implants or other dental implant options ? Zirconia Dental Implant Benefits As part of our commitment to biologically based therapy, the LANAP and Implant Center has been providing a metal-free alternative to titanium implants for a decade now. This may be a better option for many patients…

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Did you know that over 60 million Americans struggle with gum disease annually? September is National Gum Care Month! Good oral health care is important every month of the year, but during September we focus on educating patients about the importance of your gum’s health and preventing gum disease. Why is Gum Care Important? When…

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There are over 300,000 cases of oral and lip cancer worldwide. Oral cancer, also known as mouth cancer, develops in the mouth’s tissues (oral cavity). Men are at a higher risk of getting it than women. What Is Oral Cancer? This is a life-threatening condition if not diagnosed and treated early. It presents itself as…

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It is estimated that there are 50,000 new oral cancer cases diagnosed annually in the United States. As dentists, we believe that raising awareness about oral cancer and associated symptoms can help you be prepared, and act quickly should you notice any of the signs. Early detection allows for more successful treatment rates. What is…

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July 2022 Newsletter Welcome Dr. Sameer Kapoor Hello, my name is Dr. Sameer Kapoor, I am extremely excited to announce the opening of my practice limited to periodontics and dental implants located in Collegeville, PA. I am a native from Allentown, PA. and attended Temple University, where I received my Baccalaureate and a Master’s degree…

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When it comes to your oral health, your routine at home is arguably just as important as seeing the dentist once every six months for teeth cleaning. A good at-home routine is essential for preventing tooth decay and gum disease. But what is the ideal at-home oral care routine? It’s pretty simple, consisting of daily…

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