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5 New Year’s Tips from Your Periodontist in Savannah

January 2, 2017

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5 easy tips from your dentist in periodontist. It’s a new year, which means one thing to many people: New Year’s Resolutions. What do you want to be better in 2017? Your health? Your appearance? Why not improve both by taking better care of your gums? When it comes to your oral health, your gums are just as important as your teeth. They protect your teeth’s sensitive roots while also providing important support. Plus, gum disease has been strongly linked to much more serious conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and dementia, so taking care of them is an easy way to protect yourself. These 5 tips from your periodontist in Savannah, Dr. Kimberly Turner, can go a long way in keeping both you and your gums healthy for 2017.    (more…)

Periodontist in Savannah Has Tips for a Healthy Holiday Smile

December 25, 2016

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Your periodontist in Savannah for healthy gums.The holidays are a busy time of year. Often, as you are focused on gift wrapping, holiday travel plans, and family get togethers, your oral hygiene can easily become less of a priority. However, skipping out on brushing and flossing or overindulging on sweets can lead to oral health problems. As your periodontist in Savannah, we do not want to see you place the health of your teeth and gums at risk. We have simple tips to help you maintain a healthy holiday smile.

How to Know When to Visit the Periodontist in Savannah

October 15, 2016

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periodontist in savannah serving local patientsShould you be visiting the periodontist in Savannah instead of a general dentist? What is a periodontist, anyway? Periodontics is a field of dentistry that’s concerned with the oral tissues surrounding and supporting your teeth (i.e. your gums). As periodontists, Dr. Turner and O’Neill each completed three years’ additional training after dental school studying the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal disease and the placement of dental implants.


Periodontist in Savannah: Yes, Flossing Still Matters

September 26, 2016

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periodontist in savannah encourages flossingAs your periodontist in Savannah, Dr. Turner and our team see a lot of smiles. That’s why last month’s news that the U.S. departments of Health and Human Services and Agriculture had removed flossing from their Dietary Guidelines came as a (frustrating) surprise to us at Savannah Periodontics. We encounter the side effects of poor dental hygiene firsthand — and we know that flossing is a crucial part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums. If you’ve given up flossing based on the recent news, or if the no-floss firestorm just strengthened your resolve against flossing, we’ve got one thing to say: flossing still matters.


What Causes Gum Disease or Gingivitis?

August 9, 2016

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gum disease in SavannahIt is estimated, more than 3 million new cases of periodontal disease (gum disease) are diagnosed in the United States each year. Periodontal disease is a very common condition that is easily preventable with the right oral hygiene and regular appointments to your dentist. However, even with the best oral hygiene, periodontal disease can still develop. When caught during the first stage of the disease, known as gingivitis, the condition is easily treatable without producing any long-term damage. As your dentist for gum disease in Savannah, we offer the care you need to prevent and treat periodontal disease.

Periodontist in Savannah: Please Don’t Give Up Flossing

August 1, 2016

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periodontist in savannahAs your periodontist in Savannah, we look at gums every day. From pink, whole, healthy gums to infected gums and receding gums, we see the whole range of periodontal health. We know how to keep this periodontal tissue healthy: excellent dental hygiene at home and regular preventive dental care. That’s why the news that flossing was removed from the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services and Agriculture Dietary Guidelines came as a surprise to us — a frustrating shock, to be completely honest. The firestorm that followed this news (people proclaiming the end of flossing, etc.) is filled with misinformation that’s detrimental to everyone’s oral health.


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