Gum disease is a significant problem, believed to affect more than 80% of the population. Yet despite the huge number of estimated sufferers, only a very small percentage of patients actually seek treatment for gum disease during their lifetime. Gum disease can cause a range of unpleasant symptoms ranging from bleeding, swollen gums to dental pain. However, if left untreated it can have a severe and permanent consequence – tooth loss. ..Read More​​​​​​​

Laser Gum Surgery​​​​​​​

Laser gum treatment is a popular new, FDA-approved alternative to conventional surgery for severe periodontal disease. The only laser-based variety of periodontal therapy given this important approval is the LANAPÒ protocol. This is a tissue preserving, regenerative and bone-building procedure that uses a specific wavelength of energy in order to target and destroy bacteria and infected tissue causing periodontal disease. There is absolutely no damage to healthy tissues, making the process extremely safe..Read More​​​​​​​

teeth whitening ​​​​​​​

Virtually everyone wishes that their teeth were at least a little whiter and brighter. This is because white smiles are considered the epitome of attractiveness, health, happiness, and success. While whiter teeth can’t necessarily guarantee you any of these things, what it can do is boost your confidence and self-esteem, empowering you to grab your life with both hands and make every opportunity count. This can lead to a positive effect in all areas of your life, from your career to your personal relationships. ..Read More​​​​​​​

dentist office ​​​​​​​

Gum damage is principally caused by a progressive, yet avoidable dental condition known as periodontal disease. You may hear it referred to as gingivitis, gum disease or periodontitis too, and these names all relate to a specific stage of the condition. Gingivitis is used to describe it in its earliest forms while periodontitis is generally used when the issue has become severe. ..Read More​​​​​​​

Dental Bruxism​​​​​​​

Bruxism is a common condition that will affect most people during their lifetime. If you feel like you could be suffering from Bruxism call Dr. Hawke today...Read More​​​​​​​