Cleanings & Prevention

According to the American Academy of Periodontology, over 50% of Americans have advanced gum disease.  World Health Organization reports estimate that 80%  of Americans aged 35-44 have gingival bleeding, a leading sign of gum disease.  Other indicators include inflamed gums, receding gums, persistent bad breath, obvious plaque build-up and, in advanced cases, mobile teeth.

Successful treatment of Periodontal disease is readily available. Our office offers a non-invasive treatment, called Perio Protect, shown to kill 99.98% of Bacteria with an FDA-cleared medical device antimicrobials to the source of the gingival infection. 


Prevention helps avoid serious and costly dental problems and is the key to having a healthy, confident, beautiful smile.





















































































































































































































































































We understand that day-to-day life can be very hectic. Between work, family, and social commitments, it's tough to make that extra effort to care for your dental health. At Dr. Noetzels' office we want to make your regular dental visit a relaxing and positive experience. 

Regular dental care is important. We can detect tooth decay early, which can save time, money and your teeth! Even if you thoroughly brush and clean between your teeth each day, your teeth need professional cleanings help remove stains, plaque, and tartar from your teeth to keep your smile bright. It also helps prevent periodontal/gum disease. 

Periodontal disease affects the tissues and bones that support teeth left untreated severe periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss. In additional, research suggests that there may be a link between severe periodontal disease and other health problems such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke and increased risk of pregnancy-related problems. Although it's not clear if treating oral disease will improve specific health problems, we do know that oral health is important for overall health and vice versa.

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