Periodontitis
Unremoved, plaque hardens into calculus (tartar). As plaque and calculus continue to build up, the gums begin to recede (pull away) from the teeth, and pockets form between the teeth and gums.

Advanced Periodontitis 
The gums recede farther, destroying more bone and the periodontal ligament. Teeth - even healthy teeth - may become loose and need to be extracted.
DENTAL TREATMENT

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OUR SERVICES

Fully modern operating suite
Dentistry for people of all ages
Core and crown buildups
Cast gold restorations
Crowns and bridges
Dental Education
Cosmetic dentistry

Endodontic (Root canal) therapy
Toothbrush erosion / abrasion
Dental extractions
Supplemental fluoride rinse
Mouthguard / tooth whitening
Removable partial dentures
Periodontal disease and treatment
Radiographs
Maryland bridge
Replacing missing teeth
Bonded resin restorations
Resin inlays and onlays
Orthodontic evaluation
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CONSULTATION
Replacing missing teeth
Bonded resin restorations
Resin inlays and onlays
Orthodontic evaluation
Sealants
Replacing missing teeth
Bonded resin restorations
Resin inlays and onlays
Orthodontic evaluation
Sealants
101- 7 Strachan Bay SE. Medicine Hat Alberta,T1B 4Y2 Office:403.548.7077  Fax:403.548.2116