We specialize in protecting the foundation of your teeth: the gums and bone that hold everything in place. We work hard to protect that foundation because without it, teeth become loose and fall out. And if it’s too late to save your teeth, our implants can still save your smile.
Everything we do is about you and your needs. Every treatment is specialized to you, and we use the most advanced treatments to ensure the fastest, most pain-free procedures possible.
Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is the loss of the foundation around your teeth. It is one of the leading causes of tooth loss in the world. It is also linked to systemic diseases like diabetes and heart disease. We utilize the latest technologies to diagnose and treat gum disease in order to establish and maintain a healthy smile.
Gum recession is the movement of the gums exposing the roots of the teeth. This can lead to sensitivity, an unesthetic smile and a risk of losing teeth. Our practice offers multiple treatment options to treat gum recession including the Pinhole Technique to restore your healthy mouth.
Failing or missing teeth can compromise your ability to smile, chew and speak. Dental implants have become the best and most natural way to replace teeth. Utilizing the latest 3D and digital technologies, our team can accurately diagnose and precisely place dental implants to give you back full control over your smile, chewing and speech.
At Transcend Dental Implants and Periodontics, we are passionate about leveraging the latest technologies and science to help our patients achieve their oral health goals.
The main advantage of treating gum disease with lasers is that procedures are far less painful than traditional methods. Using your own body’s defense system, this approach is just as effective, less invasive and more precise than traditional treatments.
This minimally invasive method is a faster and far less painful alternative to traditional gum grafting. By creating and working from a small hole in the gums, the recession can be quickly treated. Plus, healing time is far faster and doesn’t require stitches.
In order to fully evaluate, diagnose and plan dental implant procedures, 3D scans are crucial. The scan only takes a few seconds, can be completed during your first consultation and the results of the scan can be seen immediately.
Some patients need to replace an entire row or mouth of teeth. We can do as little as four implants for either the top or bottom teeth or the entire mouth. Some patients leave our office with an entire new set of teeth in one day. In order to replace teeth, it is necessary to place a titanium screw where the root of your tooth once was to hold your replacements in. In order to do that, a small surgery is required. This method permanently affixes your implants with only four screws instead of one for each tooth.