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If you are suffering from swollen, bleeding, or tender gums, we can stop the pain and restore your dental health


On your teeth, gums and tongue, harmful bacteria collect and are the primary culprits in causing gingivitis. If your gums are receding, swelling, inflamed, bleeding or infected, these are signs of gum or periodontal disease. Gum disease is one of the most serious threats to your overall health. Gum disease spreads bad bacteria throughout the body and its organ systems via the circulatory system. It has been directly connected to diabetes, heart disease, strokes, arthritis and even alzheimer’s disease. Most people do not realize how serious gum disease can be in causing tooth loss, permanently damaged gum tissue and the loss of jawbone density. When put in perspective, the significant importance of regular dental checkups cannot be overstated. If you are in the beginning stages of gum disease, our periodontist at Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn will suggest a deep cleaning. A deep cleaning helps rid one of harmful bacteria lying in pockets below the gum line, which can potentially reduce the physical size of your jawbone. The lack of jawbone support will eventually result in losing teeth. Often deep cleanings are separated into two or more visits in order to clean the affected areas thoroughly. Since a deep cleaning also involves removing tartar below the gum line, it requires the skilled hands of an experienced dentist. For those with more advanced periodontal disease, Dr. Nader Bazzi is one of the only dentists trained and qualified to perform the Pinhole Surgical Technique in Dearborn. Schedule your appointment today with our gingivitis dentist at Contemporary Dentistry or call us at (313) 581-4884 for more information on gum disease in Dearborn.

On your teeth, gums and tongue, harmful bacteria collect and are the primary culprits in causing gingivitis. If your gums are receding, swelling, inflamed, bleeding or infected, these are signs of gum or periodontal disease. Gum disease is one of the most serious threats to your overall health. Gum disease spreads bad bacteria throughout the body and its organ systems via the circulatory system. It has been directly connected to diabetes, heart disease, strokes, arthritis and even alzheimer’s disease. Most people do not realize how serious gum disease can be in causing tooth loss, permanently damaged gum tissue and the loss of jawbone density. When put in perspective, the significant importance of regular dental checkups cannot be overstated. If you are in the beginning stages of gum disease, our periodontist at Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn will suggest a deep cleaning. A deep cleaning helps rid one of harmful bacteria lying in pockets below the gum line, which can potentially reduce the physical size of your jawbone. The lack of jawbone support will eventually result in losing teeth. Often deep cleanings are separated into two or more visits in order to clean the affected areas thoroughly. Since a deep cleaning also involves removing tartar below the gum line, it requires the skilled hands of an experienced dentist. For those with more advanced periodontal disease, Dr. Nader Bazzi is one of the only dentists trained and qualified to perform the Pinhole Surgical Technique in Dearborn. Schedule your appointment today with our gingivitis dentist at Contemporary Dentistry or call us at (313) 581-4884 for more information on gum disease in Dearborn.

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See our Periodontist in Dearborn To Find Out If You Have Gingivitis

At Contemporary Dentistry, gum disease will be systematically treated to keep it from becoming an ongoing disease

Do you have symptoms that could indicate gum disease? You can’t know for sure until our periodontist at Contemporary Dentistry examines you. However, you should be aware there are some specific indicators that mean your dental health is being compromised. Classic symptoms include frequent bleeding, swelling, and tenderness of the gums. Sometimes lumps or sores accompanied by abscesses may also appear on your gum line. In addition, your gums can become red and irritated and, sometimes, they may recede from your teeth. Another primary symptom of gingivitis is bad breath. Bad breath, caused by pockets of bacteria and food, form between your teeth and gums. When, and if these pockets develop, you should see our gum specialist immediately. Gingivitis can lead to significant bone loss and then the loss of several teeth. Happily, if you are in the early stages of gum disease, it can be reversed. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of gingivitis in Dearborn, please give us a call at (313) 581-4884. At Contemporary Dentistry, we want to keep your gums healthy, while also helping you avoid bacterial diseases that can impact the quality and longevity of your life. If you do have gum disease, there is no need to fear. Dr. Nader Bazzi is fully qualified to treat periodontal disease at every stage. He is even trained in the Pinhole Surgical Technique which is much more comfortable and successful than previous forms for surgery.
Do you have symptoms that could indicate gum disease? You can’t know for sure until our periodontist at Contemporary Dentistry examines you. However, you should be aware there are some specific indicators that mean your dental health is being compromised. Classic symptoms include frequent bleeding, swelling, and tenderness of the gums. Sometimes lumps or sores accompanied by abscesses may also appear on your gum line. In addition, your gums can become red and irritated and, sometimes, they may recede from your teeth. Another primary symptom of gingivitis is bad breath. Bad breath, caused by pockets of bacteria and food, form between your teeth and gums. When, and if these pockets develop, you should see our gum specialist immediately. Gingivitis can lead to significant bone loss and then the loss of several teeth. Happily, if you are in the early stages of gum disease, it can be reversed. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of gingivitis in Dearborn, please give us a call at (313) 581-4884. At Contemporary Dentistry, we want to keep your gums healthy, while also helping you avoid bacterial diseases that can impact the quality and longevity of your life. If you do have gum disease, there is no need to fear. Dr. Nader Bazzi is fully qualified to treat periodontal disease at every stage. He is even trained in the Pinhole Surgical Technique which is much more comfortable and successful than previous forms for surgery.



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No matter the day or the time, our dental team at Contemporary Dentistry is ready to take your call and eliminate your pain

When intense pain is out of control and you need relief, our capable and caring dental team will be here to control your pain and then take it away. Push your fears aside and come to see us, because we offer all forms of sedation dentistry in a comfortable, relaxed and safe dental environment. Don’t suffer when great dental care is close at hand. Make the call and leave your pain behind!

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"Gum Disease Can Be Cured"

"Gum Disease Can Be Cured"

Our hygienist at Contemporary Dentistry talks about gum disease prevention that will help you avoid swollen, inflamed and bleeding gums so they do not become infected

"Many people know that brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day will protect them, but did you know that this daily routine will also protect your gums as well. It is important to avoid brush strokes that push your gums away from your teeth, but the brushing helps rid your gums of bacteria just like it does for your teeth. Using a water pic properly along the gum line is another effective tool for positive gum maintenance. It is also very important to eat healthy to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet. Sugar and bacteria produce the acids in your mouth that eat away at tooth enamel and collect below the gum line to destroy gum tissue. By getting a dental exam every six months along with regular cleanings by a certified hygienist, gum disease can be easily prevented.”

"Many people know that brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day will protect them, but did you know that this daily routine will also protect your gums as well. It is important to avoid brush strokes that push your gums away from your teeth, but the brushing helps rid your gums of bacteria just like it does for your teeth. Using a water pic properly along the gum line is another effective tool for positive gum maintenance. It is also very important to eat healthy to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet. Sugar and bacteria produce the acids in your mouth that eat away at tooth enamel and collect below the gum line to destroy gum tissue. By getting a dental exam every six months along with regular cleanings by a certified hygienist, gum disease can be easily prevented.”

Amanda B.
Registered Dental Hygienist
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