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University Periodontal Associates

Our entire Houston dental implant and periodontic team share in Dr. Dennison's commitment to excellence in patient care and enthusiasm to pursue the continuing advances in implant, periodontal (gum disease) and sedation dentistry. Care and concern for our patients is not only the foundation of our practice, but it is the standard that sets us apart.








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Could a Gingival Flap Procedure Improve Your Oral Health?
Posted on 11/20/2018 by Dr. Dennison
Maintaining good oral health is something most people learn at a young age. Despite knowing that it is important to care for your teeth and gums, many people fail to maintain the best oral health. Gum disease is very common along with many other issues surrounding your oral health. The good news is that there are plenty of tools to help improve your oral health. For some, the use of a gingival flap procedure can help. What is the Gingival Flap Procedure?Gum disease is a result of bacterial growth on the teeth and gums. When it is left untreated, the bacteria form plaque and tartar. The plaque and tartar spread to below the gum line. They form pockets between the gums and teeth that are very difficult to clean. If the bacteria continue to grow in these pockets, the gum disease will progress. The gingival flap procedure involves separating the gums and the teeth to allow our dental professionals to reach the root of the teeth and the bone where the bacteria grow. The gums are folded back temporarily during the procedure. This allows for the cleaning of the bacteria on the roots of the teeth and the bone. After the removal of the bacteria, the flap is put back and stitched in place. What Does it DoIt is difficult if not impossible to clean out the bacteria in pockets near the roots and bone of the teeth. Without cleaning out the bacteria, the gum disease will continue to progress. Being able to reach these areas allows the teeth to start to repair the damage that the bacteria caused. Over time, it can help reverse the spread of the gum disease and improve the oral health of the individual involved. A gingival flap procedure is a surgical procedure. Like any surgical procedure, there are risks involved and it does require some form of aftercare. Despite this, it is often the best way to help a person suffering from gum disease to improve their oral health. For more information about this and any other dental issues, contact the professionals at our offices today....
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What Clenching Your Teeth Can Do To You
10/10/2018
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8/20/2018
What Exactly Is Biofilm?
8/10/2018
Do Your Gums Get Hurt When You Struggle with Diabetes?
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7/10/2018
How Drinking from Straws Can Affect Your Gum Recovery Following an Extraction
6/25/2018
How Alcohol-Based Mouthwash Can Damage Your Gums
6/15/2018
Does Oil Pulling Have Any Side Effects?
5/25/2018
Does Gum Help Keep Your Mouth Free of Gum Disease
5/15/2018
Onions Are Great for Increased Gum Health
4/20/2018
How Salt Water Helps You Recover After a Gum Graft
4/10/2018
What is a Perioscopy?
3/20/2018
Signs Your Gum Disease May Not Be Reversible
3/10/2018
What Happens to Your Gums When You Chew Tobacco?
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What Gum Disease Can Do to an Open Socket
2/10/2018
How Root Exposure Feels, and Why You Want It Treated
1/20/2018
How Alcohol-Free Mouthwash Impacts Gum Disease
1/10/2018
What You Feel When Your Gums Begin to Recede
12/20/2017
Why Marshmallow Root is Said to Help Gum Disease
12/10/2017
How Water Helps Treat Gum Disease More Effectively
11/25/2017
How Poor Gum Health Impacts Your Quality of Life
11/15/2017
How Gum Reshaping Increases the Health of Your Mouth
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How Gum Disease Can Impact Your Quality of Life
10/10/2017
How Gum Disease Can Get Diagnosed
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8/13/2017
Oils That Can Help to Reduce Gum Inflammation
7/30/2017
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7/23/2017
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How Crown Lengthening Can Help Give You Your Smile Back
4/23/2017
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The Connection Between Drinking and Gum Disease
2/13/2017
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Recovering from a Gum Graft
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Recovering from Gum Reshaping
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4 Reasons to Consider Pocket Reduction Surgery
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Reversing Bone Loss
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The Most Common Dental Problems That Can be Avoided
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Are You Living with Periodontitis?
4/15/2016
Is a Gummy Smile Just an Aesthetic Issue?
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3/17/2016
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Using an Intra-Oral Camera in Periodontics
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Restoring the Teeth with Crown Lengthening
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Laser Treatment for Periodontal Gum Disease
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