The team at Periodontal Associates of North Florida are specialists in Periodontics. Our practice emphasis is in the conservative treatment of gum diseases, cosmetic procedures to aesthetically enhance your smile, and dental implants that can replace single, multiple or all missing teeth. We also diagnose and treat oral pathology.

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Periodontal Associates of North Florida

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Dr. Chon and Khadijah were awesome. Extremely professional, courteous, and reassuring. Recommend he and his staff over & above their peers.

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Dr. Guzman and Sara are very friendly and treated me excellent during my dental appointment

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Dr. Colon did a great job with my implant and I could not be more pleased. I am also very happy with his staff, especially Chris, who assisted Dr. Colon with my surgery. Also, special thanks to Sara, who gave me the best dental cleaning i have ever had when I returned, after completion of the implant, for my follow-up checkup and cleaning.

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When to See a Periodontist

Periodontal treatment may be sought in several ways. Your general dentist or hygienist may recommend a consultation with a periodontist if they find signs of periodontal disease through the course of a checkup. You may also decide to see a periodontist on your own, no referral is necessary to be seen at our office.

If you experience any of these symptoms, we encourage you to schedule an appointment at our office without delay:

  • Bleeding while brushing or eating normal foods. Unexplained bleeding while performing regular cleaning or consuming food is the most common sign of a periodontal infection.
  • Bad breath. Ongoing halitosis (bad breath), which continues despite rigorous oral cleaning, can point to periodontitis, gingivitis or the beginnings of a gum infection.
  • Loose teeth and gum recession. Longer-looking and loose-feeling teeth can indicate recession of the gums and/or bone loss as a result of periodontal disease.
  • Related health concerns. Patients with heart disease, diabetes, osteopenia or osteoporosis are often diagnosed with correlating periodontal infections. The bacterial infection can spread through the bloodstream, affecting other areas of the body.

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Call Periodontal Associates of North Florida for Periodontal Treatment you can Trust: Periodontal Associates of North Florida Phone Number 850-562-6111

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