We provide the following services at our practice:
Dental Implants – Dental implants are a great solution for missing teeth because they can closely replicate your natural teeth, maintain your bite, and provide you the confidence to smile again. Having placed thousands of implants, Dr. Gordon is one of the premier implant surgeons in the area. His advanced training in implant therapy combined with the office’s sophisticated equipment helps patients achieve superior results. Our dental implant services include immediate implant tooth replacement and fully implant-supported teeth. The office helps patients who have had implants placed at other offices that have become problematic and need repair functionally or esthetically.
Periodontics – As a periodontist, Dr. Gordon is an expert in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of gum disease. Because gum disease is one of the leading causes of tooth loss, it is important to seek early treatment from a periodontal specialist. Constantly updating his training, Dr. Gordon provides tooth-saving services involving regrowth of lost tooth support utilizing stem-cell-like materials including PRF. Our periodontal services also include esthetic treatment options to address gummy smiles and uneven gums. Dr. Gordon is certified in the Chao “Pin-Hole” technique for gum recession.
Sedation Dentistry – Dental anxiety is often heightened when patients don’t know what to expect. Because you may not have seen a periodontist before, we understand that you may feel nervous about your procedure. First, Dr. Gordon will give you the background to allow you to make educated decisions regarding the care you want and need. To ease anxiety, we offer patients nitrous oxide (“ laughing gas”). If needed, we can also provide oral sedative agents for greater relaxation effects. An anesthesiologist is also available for longer procedures.
Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry – Gums, like teeth, often benefit from cosmetic treatments to address esthetic concerns. These may include asymmetry in the gums, gum recession, and “gummy smiles”. The gums frame the teeth. Without proper shape and form, new crowns or Veneers can just look bad no matter how gifted your restorative specialist is. Many times, excess gums can remain after orthodontic therapy resulting in outwardly very small, unaesthetic teeth. These issues can be resolved to produce truly outstanding, great looking teeth.