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Additional Resources on Periodontal Disease and Dental Implants

The following website links contain helpful information
and pictures. Just click on the link below to go to the website page that
is described.

Links from The American Academy
of Periodontology
:

Gum
Disease


This section covers
the types and causes of periodontal disease. It includes illustrations
and possible treatments.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/gum-disease.htm

Frequently
Asked Questions


This link contains “Frequently Asked
Questions” covering general periodontal questions, periodontal
procedures, and how periodontal disease affects general health.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/faq.htm

Possible
Medical Complications

This link covers how periodontal
disease can adversely affect your general health.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/mbc.top2.htm

Risk Factors for Periodontal Disease

Comprehensive list of the possible factors that can increase your risk for periodontal disease.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/risk-factors

Women
& Periodontal Disease


This link contains information to help women avoid periodontal
(gum) disease and protect their oral health.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/women.htm

Gum Disease & Diabetes

This link contains information on how diabetes increases periodontal
disease and how periodontal disease can also increase diabetes.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/diabetes.htm

Family
Member Transmission


This link describes how periodontal disease can be passed
from parents to children and between husbands and wives.
http://www.perio.org/node/224

Periodontal
Procedures


This link describes periodontal procedures such as dental
implants, scaling & root planing, crown lengthening, regeneration,
tissue grafts, and dental laser surgery.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/procedures.htm

Dental
Implants: Teeth that Look and Feel Like Your Own


Dental implants are artificial tooth roots (posts) placed
into your jawbone. Crowns, bridges or dentures are then anchored
to these. This link describes the process and benefits of
dental implants.
http://www.perio.org/consumer/2m.htm 

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