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Advanced Periodontal Disease Treatment

Once periodontal disease is diagnosed, it cannot be reversed. The only true cure for advanced periodontal disease is to have all of the teeth removed and replaced with a full set of implant supported teeth. The mouth is the gateway to your overall health. When periodontal disease and infection in the mouth are left untreated, they will invade the rest of your body. As the bacteria enter the bloodstream through the infected gums, plaque often forms and contributes to clot formation. Clots restrict the flow of blood and can lead to a heart attack or stroke. New Teeth Now specializes in advanced periodontal disease removal and the placement of dental implants.

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Why is it important to treat periodontal disease?

At an early or moderate stage, gum disease (gingivitis) can be maintained through improved oral hygiene. If it becomes more severe, however, gingivitis can develop into periodontitis (periodontal disease). If not treated, this will develop to advanced periodontitis, where severe gum and bone loss lead to tooth loss and can put you at greater risk of health problems. In addition to being approximately twice as likely to suffer from heart disease, those with periodontal disease are also more likely to experience a weakened immune system, low preterm birth weight, diabetes, osteoporosis, respiratory diseases, and digestive diseases.

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New Teeth Now Treatment

If you have advanced periodontal disease, it’s likely you have missing or loose teeth. Whatever your situation, New Teeth Now can provide you with implant-supported zirconia teeth that are designed to last a lifetime. Before placing the dental implants, we’ll remove all the infection from your mouth. As a result, you’ll be surprised at how much better you feel when your body doesn’t have to fight constant bacteria and infections.

Advanced Periodontal Disease Treatment


The dental implant procedure is the placement of permanent, prosthetic teeth that look and function as close to natural teeth as possible. The implant procedure is designed to be painless and provide a smile that lasts a lifetime. When placed our qualified oral and maxillofacial surgeons, the procedure is one of the safest and most successful treatments for full mouth restorations.

Zygomatic Dental Implants


If you’ve been told you can’t get dental implants due to advanced periodontal disease and bone loss in your mouth, New Teeth Now was created just for you. We’re one of a few clinics in North America qualified to perform zygomatic implants. The likelihood that we can’t treat you is slim, and we’re proud to say yes to patients when other dental professionals have said it could not be done.

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Our oral and maxillofacial surgeons are highly qualified at helping patients with bone loss. Since developing New Teeth Now, they are constantly looking for new ways to refine our process to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients. We successfully place fixed arches and zygomatic implants every day. One of the benefits our patients love to share with us is how much more comfortable it is to be able to sleep through extractions while under the care of qualified anesthetists (CRNAs).

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The New Teeth Now procedure has given thousands of people their lives back with dental implants in just one day. At New Teeth Now, we provide all new patients with an initial consultation. This one-hour appointment is to discuss your treatment options, the best possible results, and any treatment fees. Our surgeons are ready for your new smile. Are you?

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We’re in the office and available for your call, Monday-Friday. You can reach us right away, during business hours, at 1-800-617-2176. Otherwise, you’re welcome to request a consultation by completing the form. We will reach out to confirm a date and time.