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Periodontal Services - Las Vegas, NV

When you need periodontal services such as gum recession treatment in Las Vegas, NV, trust Red Rock Periodontics & Implantology for a world-class experience.

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Comprehensive Periodontal Services in a Five-Star Setting

Over eight percent of adults aged twenty to sixty-four have prevalence of periodontal disease.

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Every Mouth Deserves Great Periodontal Care

Our periodontist, Dr. Curry Leavitt, specializes in providing care above and beyond what you might get at a traditional general dental office. Some of the periodontal specialties offered at Red Rock Periodontics & Implantology include:

Periodontal Maintenance Appointments Oral Pathology Exams Bone Grafting Gingivectomies Guided Tissue Regeneration Dental Implants Gum Grafting Find out more by calling us at 702-984-2577 to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Curry Leavitt.

These are deep cleanings that take place every four to six months and are needed for patients with gum disease.

Fight back against oral cancer with regular oral pathology exams. Our state-of-the-art equipment helps detect cancerous cells early.

Bone loss can be a residual effect of untreated gum disease. Bone grafting can help you protect your mouth from bone density reduction, as well as provide a stable base for dental implants.

We utilize the power of lasers to complete safe, comfortable gingivectomies in-house using laser equipment. A gingivectomy helps protect your healthy gums and connective tissues by getting rid of diseased gingiva (gum tissue).

Dr. Leavitt can carefully use specialized equipment and materials to guide the soft tissues of your mouth back into proper position. This helps reduce issues caused by gum recession and gum disease.

As a premier provider of dental implants in Las Vegas, NV, Dr. Leavitt uses the latest methods to offer several types of dental implants, including TeethXpress® same-day dental implants and All-on-4® dental implants.

When your gums have become compromised because of periodontal disease, we may be able to graft soft tissues from other parts of the mouth to build up healthy gums. This can also provide a solution for gum recession.

The Obvious and Not-So-Obvious Problems With Missing Teeth

Estimates place the number of Americans over the age 30 with at least one missing tooth in the millions. Yet not everyone seems concerned by this fact. What they might not realize is that having at least one missing tooth is a risky proposition. If you do not seek to replace your missing teeth with dental implants, you could find yourself dealing with:

  • Progressive gum disease
  • Other teeth falling out or requiring extraction
  • Movement/shifting of adjacent teeth
  • Problems with your bite patterns
  • Difficulty speaking and/or eating
  • Worries about your appearance
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These are all indications that peri-implantitis could be the problem. Peri-implantitis is the inflammation of the gums and connective tissues that are supposed to protect your dental implant in the same way they protect your natural teeth. Similar to periodontal disease, peri-implantitis can be caused by poor oral hygiene, bacterial build-up or inadequate positioning of dental crowns.

Without intervention, peri-implantitis will not go away, and may result in the loss of your dental implant. Please contact us at (702) 834-8900 if you think you might have peri-implantitis.

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Have you ever heard the term “long in the tooth?” Teeth do not really get longer, of course. They just look that way because of gum recession.

Receding gums are a common problem for many Americans and can be caused by a variety of factors:

  • Progressive periodontal disease
  • Improper brushing techniques
  • Predisposition toward gum recession because of heredity
  • Thin gum tissues
  • Smoking and other tobacco use
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