GUM DISEASE TREATMENT - Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA

Is Late-Stage Gum Disease Ruining Your Smile?

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Why It's Crucial To Treat Gum Disease Early

Believe it or not, most of us have already witnessed the early stages of gum disease (also known as periodontitis) firsthand. If you’ve ever felt tenderness in your gums or experienced bleeding while brushing or flossing, chances are you’ve been exposed to the early stages of periodontal disease. Most often caused by the buildup of bacteria-containing plaque and tartar, untreated gum disease can quickly escalate to cause pain, inflammation, tooth loss and bone loss! In severe cases, unchecked periodontal disease can even increase the risk of developing severe conditions such as stroke, diabetes and heart disease!

If you do require gum disease treatment in Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA we’re the team to trust.

Thankfully, the acclaimed team at Woodbridge Periodontal and Implant Center in Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA have the tools and the technology to treat – and effectively reverse! – even the most severe cases of inflammatory gum disease. Our gum disease treatment is customized to each patient, and includes a variety of invasive and non-invasive procedures aimed at cleaning out periodontal pockets, eliminating inflammation and returning the soft tissues of the mouth to a state of health and balance.

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Early Warning Signs of Periodontal Disease

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Targeted Gum and Periodontal Disease Treatment

The good news is that even the most severe stages of periodontal disease are treatable, and in most cases, fully reversible! The periodontal disease treatments offered at our Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA clinic by renowned periodontist Dr. Ahmad Hawasli are unparalleled in terms of results, precision and cosmetic perfection. As is the case with any gum disease treatment, however, the first step is to come in for an initial consultation.

During your first visit, Dr. Hawasli will develop an integrated treatment plan. We will also go over relevant payment options, as well as discuss the need for corrective procedures relating to irregular gums. As a board-certified periodontist and a current Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, Dr. Hawasli has unparalleled experience in treating severe, late-stage gum disease. The team at Woodbridge Periodontal and Implant Center will work with you on a customized level to get you back to your most brilliant and healthiest smile.

Innovative Treatments We Offer

As a non-invasive procedure, scaling and root planing is typically the first approach to treat gum disease and gingivitis. While scaling removes built-up plaque on and between the gums (both above and below the gumline), root planing helps to smooth enamel in order to promote growth of new tissue and prevent future buildup of inflammation-causing plaque and bacteria.
Osseous surgery is a far more aggressive form of gum disease treatment. Outfitted at our Woodbridge, VA periodontal center with advanced gum disease treatment technology, our acclaimed periodontist can take a surgical approach to eliminate diseased soft tissue and correct bone loss. Like scaling and root planing, osseous surgery also removes years of plaque and calculus buildup between the teeth.
After your gum disease has been effectively treated, you’ll definitely want to make sure it doesn’t come back! Working with a trained periodontist will help to establish effective periodontal maintenance, which requires coming in for supplementary treatments every 3-4 months. Periodontal maintenance involves deep cleanings below and above the gumline, as well as deep in the pockets between teeth.

Eliminate Your Gum Infection … Before It's Too Late!

Call our office today and schedule a gum disease consultation in Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA.

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Woodbridge Location

New Patients:
(703) 436-1316

Current Patients:
(703) 491-2974

2200 Opitz Blvd #205,
Woodbridge, VA 22191

Office Hours
Monday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Thursday | 8:00am – 5:00pm
Friday | Closed

Fairfax Location

New Patients:
(703) 570-4800

Current Patients:
(703) 570-4802

8622 Lee Hwy, Unit D
Fairfax, VA 22031

Office Hours
Monday |
Tuesday |
8:30am – 5pm
Wednesday | 
Thursday | Closed
Friday | Closed
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