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Gum Disesease Cure Ask The Dentist Corinne Scalzitti Question:
Periodontal disease: My X-ray shows my teeth bone desending lot. Some teeth pockdets are about 11cm deep.

My question is do I need only bone grafting or pull out some teeth to have an implant?

Please advise whaht needs bone grafting and wwhat needs implant.Thank you.... Visitor from CA     (answer)

You are in the city that is the home of the Millennium periodontal laser, the PerioLase.

This machine provides a means of treating periodontal
disease without cutting away the gum tissue and is capable of regenerating bone.

I would suggest a consult with a dentist who uses this technique. You can start with a referral from their website, _www.millenniumdental.com (http://www.millenniumdental.com). They look for volunteer patients for this procedure for classes that they teach in Cerritos. I would not recommend being a volunteer, but looking for an instructor in this technique to see if they can help you without surgery, extractions, or implants.

Good luck with this.

Corinne Scalzitti, DMD, MAGD
Austin PerioLase Denist
3900 RR 620 South
Austin, Texas TX 78738
(512) 263-3330

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