If you are interested in finding a new dentist in the Nashville or Madison area, look no further than Madison Family Dental. We offer everything from dental cleanings, x-rays, fillings, and gum disease treatment to help with bruxism and TMJ, veneers, dental implants, and more. Madison Family Dental has the skills and the dental technology to help you get and keep a gorgeous smile. Below are some of our most popular dental services:
Periodontal disease is getting increasing attention as dangerous due to the many systemic links. The link between gum disease and diabetes is something to be very concerned about. Those with diabetes must be vigilant about keeping gums healthy as gum disease means an ongoing infection that will exacerbate diabetes.
Gum disease can do more than put you at risk for tooth loss. It can also significantly boost your risk of several Cancers, including: blood, kidney, and pancreatic cancer.
What might start off as some tenderness in the gums or bleeding gums during tooth-brushing could result in a plethora of health problems.
During pregnancy gum disease doesn’t just endanger you, it endangers your unborn child, as well. The risk of periodontal disease becomes heightened during pregnancy because it means that an ongoing bacterial infection impacts your unborn baby as well as your own health. Wherever possible, women should take time for a gum and oral health assessment before becoming pregnant.
Are you taking good enough care of your heart’s health? If you are trying to improve your lifestyle due to cardiovascular disease, it’s time to pay close attention to your gums, too. Make a dental appointment with us and we can help with gum assessments as well as gum disease treatment so that your periodontal health doesn’t hurt your heart health.
An overwhelming percentage of the population in Madison and the greater Nashville area have some degree of gum disease. Did you know that gum disease is linked with ulcers and h. pylori bacteria? Ulcers and h.pylori bacteria are part of a long list of systemic links to periodontal disease.
Bone density and your gums, what’s the connection? Periodontal disease is increasingly being linked to a number of diseases and gum disease is one of the systemic links getting more and more attention. If you are not paying enough attention to your gum health you could be putting your health in a variety of areas at increased risk and bone health is one of those areas.
Medical research has more people than ever on alert for signs of gum disease. The respiratory system can be particularly impacted by gum disease, but the team at
Madison Family Dental can help. We can do a gum assessment, treat gum disease, and help those living with gum disease with periodontal maintenance, too.
We offer thorough visual examinations, periodontal probing, charting, and x-rays so we can assess your teeth and your gums for signs of any problems.