Your Gums Play an Important Role in The Health of Your Mouth
Chronic red, swollen, and tender gums, known as Periodontitis, can be uncomfortable and lead to loss of teeth and circulatory issues throughout the body. We offer many solutions ranging from a deep cleaning of your gums to a new technique called Pinhole Surgery that lifts your gums without the use of a scalpel or need for sutures. Gum care is important and we are here to help you preserve your gum health.
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The Path to Healthy Gums
If swollen and irritated gums are left untreated, they can lead to significant issues such as infection and tooth loss. Periodontal disease has also been linked to serious health problems such as stroke and high blood pressure.
Hanosh, Hunter, and Farris Dental group offers the latest technology, including Pinhole Surgery, to help bring your gums back to a healthy state. There are various levels of gum disease and each requires its own corrective procedure. We want you to be fully confident in your smile and the care you receive, and we would love to offer you a free consultation, so we can determine the best course of treatment for you that fits your budget. Select the button below to request a free consultation and then head to this page to learn about what periodontal disease is and how it can be treated. That way, you can come prepared with questions, and we will be more than happy to answer them during your consult.
Hear From Our Patients
"Best Dental experience I have ever had. Yes! It's possible to have one. Top of the line equipment, and more than friendly service. I will not go anywhere else for dental services. Hanosh and Hunter is the place to go!"
"I liked Dr. Hunter a lot. The staff was nice, friendly and helpful. The appointments were always on time. The plans for each visit and costs of treatment were clearly explained. The receptionist even helped show us a way to finance the implants. The teeth fit great. Dr. Hunter and his Dental Tech even stayed late to finish an implant for my two molars. I can eat anything with my two new teeth!"