Albertson, NY Periodontics & Implant Dentistry
Periodontal disease, also referred to as gum disease, is a severe infection, affecting millions of Americans each year. Making daily brushing, flossing, and regular cleanings part of your oral care routine can prevent your risk of periodontal disease. If you are battling periodontal disease, the professionals at North Shore Long Island Periodontics and Implantology, P.C., provide comprehensive treatments for patients in the area of Albertson, NY. Dr. Ginsberg and Dr. Batalias offer various services to treat and heal affected gums.
Proper treatment has been shown to be effective against periodontal disease – with deep cleaning, proper antibiotics, and even minimally invasive surgery (as needed). Laser dentistry has also made great strides in the overall treatment of gum disease. More severe cases sometimes require gum reconstruction, bone grafting, debridement, and more, through surgery. Save your teeth, and bring your unhealthy gums back to life, through conventional gum treatments with Dr. Ginsberg and his team.
Our Dental Specialties
Treating Gum Disease
Gum disease is a common gum infection, also known as a mild form of gingivitis. More severe forms of gum disease are considered periodontitis, which leads to serious health issues if left untreated. A patient could expect treatment to include a few visits, including scaling and deep cleaning. These treatments would be followed up by appointments every few months with a periodontist, consisting of periodontal maintenance cleanings and checkups. In cases where the severity of the periodontal disease has reached a more serious level, surgery may be required. Surgery sometimes includes bone grafting, gum reconstruction, and debridement, to name a few.
Compared to conventional dentures and bridges, dental implants are currently considered to be the best option for tooth replacement. Because they’re similar to natural teeth, dental implants offer patients a more attractive smile, in a convenient package. If bone loss is an issue, dental implants are the only solution or treatment alternative where gum disease is an issue. Bone loss directly impacts the overall shape of a patient’s face because it affects the oral cavity.
When a tooth in bad health is being extracted, bone grafts must be done quickly. Thanks to new and emerging technology, dental implants may be placed the same day – meaning less time spent without a tooth. A missing tooth may require sinus/ridge augmentations to provide a solid bone foundation. A better foundation produces more successful future implant therapies, reducing the risk of possible complications – affecting results.
How Are We Different?
The professionals at North Shore Long Island Periodontics & Implantology provide a well-known reputation of safe and comfortable comprehensive periodontal care. With an office conveniently located close to the Albertson area, an appointment for treating gum disease is just around the corner. Our staff ensures that patients are not just another smile, but another member of our family.
TOP NOTCH TECHNOLOGY
The periodontists at North Shore Long Island Periodontics & Implantology, Dr. Ginsberg and Dr. Batalias, provide advanced treatment options. In order to correct periodontal pockets, one utilized technique includes LANAP (Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure) to make corrections – while increasing gum tissue. Our professionals provide CBCT, 3D imaging, digital camera equipment, and even intraoral digital x-rays.
Our specialty of periodontics manages the bone and soft tissue surrounding teeth. This specialized branch of dentistry has a primary goal of assisting individuals in attaining optimal oral health goals and maintenance. This specialization requires three additional years of training, in addition to dental school. Three years of high-level training allows dental professionals to acquire the special certification of periodontics.
The entire staff at North Shore Long Island Periodontics looks forward to interacting with every patient, attending to their needs, and learning about their dental health goals. Please feel free to reach out to our office to book a periodontal appointment. We have the experience to guide you through the entire process and work with you to ensure your appointment fits your schedule to provide optimal oral health.