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Precision Periodontics & Implant Dentistry Has Officially Moved

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As you may have read in our previous blog post, our team at Precision Periodontics & Implant Dentistry has moved to a new office in Jupiter! We are closing our location in Palm Beach Gardens to better accommodate our growing patient base and additional resources at a much larger office in Jupiter. There is over 2,700 square feet of space dedicated to providing you with the best periodontal care possible. As part of this transition, we have added new state-of-the-art…

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We’re Moving to a New Office in Jupiter!

Over the next couple months, our team at Precision Periodontics & Implant Dentistry will be moving to a new location in Jupiter. We look forward to this transition, as the new office will offer more space for our practice to grow. Although we are still operating out of our location in Palm Beach Gardens, starting in March 2019, you will be able to find us at: 3535 Military Trail, Suite 207, Jupiter, FL 33458. As part of our office upgrade,…

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Why Choose All-on-4® Dental Implants?

In the past, when a patient needed all of their teeth replaced, traditional removable dentures were the only option. With the development of dental implants, dentures have evolved to become more functional, comfortable, convenient, and natural looking. Single-tooth dental implants are comprised of a titanium post inserted into the gums and a porcelain crown to complete the new tooth. Using this implant technology, dentists can now use implant-supported dentures to give patients a brand new smile. All-on-4® is a specific…

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How Can I Fix My Gummy Smile?

Some people have gum tissue that extends further down the crowns of their teeth than normal—often referred to as a “gummy smile.” Patients with this excess tissue may feel shy or embarrassed to smile due to their teeth appearing abnormally short. Cosmetic crown lengthening, also known as an aesthetic gum lift or gum recontouring, is a procedure designed to remove excess gum tissue from the teeth, revealing a more balanced and symmetrical smile. As a board-certified periodontist experienced in gum…

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How to Restore Receding Gums Without Tissue Grafting

Gum recession is an extremely common problem caused by factors like periodontal disease, premature wear and tear, and even trauma in some cases. When your gums continue to recede, the roots of your teeth gradually become exposed, making them vulnerable to bacteria. The good news is, this receded gum tissue can be restored. The traditional method of treating gum recession is through a gum graft, which entails donor tissue being harvested from another area of the mouth—usually the palate—and transplanted…

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How Gum Disease Affects My Health

Gum disease is a common problem caused by a bacterial infection in the gum tissue surrounding the teeth. If this goes untreated, the disease can continue to worsen and eventually lead to loose or missing teeth. In addition to these issues, many people may not realize that gum disease can have an effect on your overall systemic health as well. If you do not brush, floss and visit the dentist regularly, your dental hygiene is most likely lacking. Not prioritizing…

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Why Choose Precision Periodontics?

At Precision Periodontics & Implant Dentistry, your comfort, safety, and overall well-being are our top priorities. We understand you have many options when it comes to periodontal care, which is why our team is committed to helping you have a positive experience as you receive the oral care you need. Since the feeling of dread tends to accompany people to their dental treatments, Dr. Daniel Lauer and our staff strive to help you remain relaxed and at-ease every step of…

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What to Expect When Getting All of Your Teeth Replaced

When a person is told they need to get all of their teeth replaced, this tends to evoke feelings of fear and anxiety. After all, you only get one set of teeth, and if you still have a few left—albeit severely damaged—you most likely want to save them for as long as possible. Unfortunately, this mindset is preventing many people with failing and missing teeth from obtaining a life-changing set of new teeth. Dr. Daniel Lauer, our double board-certified periodontist,…

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Why Should I Switch to Implant-Supported Dentures?

This is a question many patients ask as they consider their options for replacing multiple teeth. After all, dentures seem to be a much simpler option because they have a lower up-front cost and don’t require surgery. While this is the mindset of some individuals who choose dentures, more and more people are learning the dramatic improvement that switching to implant-supported dentures can offer their lifestyle. Although dentures are a viable solution for many people, there are a number of…

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What Are All-on-4 vs. All-on-6 Dental Implants?

Dental implants are considered the best permanent replacement option for missing teeth. While some individuals only need a couple of teeth replaced, there are many others who require a full mouth teeth replacement. There’s no doubt this can be an intimidating situation, but with All-on-4® and All-on-6, patients at Precision Periodontics & Implantology can get a brand new smile that looks and functions like their natural teeth – often in as little as one day. All-on-4® and All-on-6 both involve…

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