A very common condition among American adults, gum disease is characterized by swollen, bleeding, and receding gums. Beyond soft tissue issues, it has the potential to cause serious dental and systemic health problems. When at an advanced stage, gum disease typically requires periodontal surgery and other invasive treatments. For more mild cases, though, Dr. Rebecca Wagner can generally address gum disease with non-surgical methods including scaling and root planing and periodontal maintenance—both effective types of deep cleaning. A board-certified periodontist specializing in gum health, she’s the clinician you should trust to treat your gum disease in Chambersburg, PA.
Non-Surgical Gum Therapy
When treating you for gum disease, Dr. Wagner believes that comprehensive care is the best care. That’s why we offer specialized treatment no matter what stage of gum disease you’re in: gingivitis, periodontitis or advanced periodontitis. We also provide you with periodic treatment and checkups to make sure this condition doesn’t return or progress any further. If you’re in the early stages of gum disease, we offer two non-surgical options to remove infection and restore complete health.
Care with Impeccable Credentials
A Diplomate of The American Board of Periodontology and a Diplomate of The International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Dr. Wagner has the coveted distinction of dual certification in her field. Since earning her university degrees, she’s undergone advanced supplemental training with the renowned Pikos Institute and has become a Fellow of the prestigious Misch Implant Institute. With her outstanding qualifications and credentials, Dr. Wagner is the area’s trusted authority for dental implants and for treating gum disease in Chambersburg, PA.
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