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Dr. Behrooz Khademazad DDS

Gum Disease Grand Prairie Tx

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Conquer Gum Disease for a Happy, Healthy You

Struggling with gum disease isn’t just about your teeth—it affects your comfort, confidence, and daily life. Imagine those struggles fading away, replaced by relief and a renewed sense of well-being. That’s not just a hope; it’s what our expert care for gum disease can offer you.

In our clinic, we understand the distress that comes with dental issues. But with our experienced team, your path to healthier gums and a brighter smile is smoother and more comforting than you might anticipate. We’re here to not only address the discomfort but also to enhance your overall well-being.

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Your Best Smile Awaits!

Want a better smile? Let’s figure it out with you! Take our quick quiz and let Dr. Behrooz Khademazad and our team at Grand Prairie Family Dentistry find the right dental care just for you. It’s your first step to a brighter smile!
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Signs of Gum Disease

Adults aged 30 years and older have some form of periodontal disease. Recognizing gum disease early is crucial. Look out for these signs:

  • Bleeding Gums: During brushing or flossing.
  • Persistent Bad Breath: Often a result of bacteria.
  • Gum Recession: Gums pulling away from teeth.
  • Sensitive or Loose Teeth: Indicates advanced gum disease.
  • Swollen or Discolored Gums: Signs of inflammation or infection.
  • Changes in Bite or Denture Fit: Can indicate underlying issues.

If you notice any of these signs, seek professional help promptly for a healthier smile.

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Gum Disease Treatments

At our clinic, we offer a range of effective treatments to combat gum disease and restore your oral health. Here are the treatments we provide:

  • Simple Cleaning: Routine maintenance to prevent gum issues.
  • Deep Cleaning (Scaling and Root Planing): Removes plaque and tartar below the gumline.
  • Deep Cleaning with Laser and Irrigants: Advanced therapy to target deep bacteria and promote healing.

Trust our expertise to restore your gum health and bring back your confident smile.

Gum Disease Relief: Choose Health

Dealing with gum disease can be daunting, but it’s a crucial step towards reclaiming a healthy, pain-free smile. Our compassionate team is here to guide you through every stage of your journey. Imagine the relief of saying goodbye to discomfort and hello to renewed oral health. It’s not just a dream—it’s within reach with our expert care.

Choose a life free from gum disease. Choose vibrant health. Choose us for your gum disease treatment. Together, let’s embark on this path towards a brighter, happier smile.

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What Best Describes Your Condition?

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Gum Disease

What causes gum disease?

Gum disease is primarily caused by plaque buildup along the gumline due to poor oral hygiene. Other factors like smoking, hormonal changes, and certain medical conditions can also contribute to its development.

How is gum disease diagnosed?

Gum disease is diagnosed through a comprehensive dental examination, including visual inspection, probing of the gums, and dental X-rays to assess bone loss.

Can gum disease be prevented?

Yes, gum disease can be prevented through proper oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. Avoiding tobacco use, eating a balanced diet, and managing underlying health conditions can also help prevent gum disease.

How can I maintain gum health after treatment?

After treatment, it’s crucial to maintain good oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing, flossing, and using antimicrobial mouthwash as prescribed by your dentist.

Is there a follow up visit after gum disease treatment?

Yes, regular dental check-ups every six months are essential for monitoring gum health and preventing the recurrence of gum disease. Your dentist may recommend more frequent visits based on your individual needs.

Grand Prairie Family Dentistry

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972-988-0900 (office)


2475 W Pioneer Pkwy
Grand Prairie, Texas, 75051

Office Hours

Monday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Tuesday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Wednesday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Thursday – 11am-7pm (Closed 2pm-3pm)
Friday – Closed
Saturday & Sunday – Closed

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