Oral Health in America: Advances and Challenges, Exploring the nation’s oral health over the last 20 years
Oral Health in America: Advances and Challenges Exploring the nation’s oral health over the last 20 years “Oral health is essential to overall health and well-being. That relationship was a major conclusion of a Surgeon General’s report on oral health some 20 years ago, yet the many ways in which oral health is related to […]
2020 study links Periodontitis and COVID-19 complications From the American Academy of Periodontology website: “Systemic inflammation is not only a symptom of COVID-19, but can also be a symptom of periodontal disease, or gum disease. Noticing this similarity, new research published ahead-of-print in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology found that gum disease is linked to severe COVID-19-related […]
Your Safety Is Our #1 Priority. We know you might be wondering if it’s safe to visit our practice. While many things have changed recently, one thing remains the same — our commitment to your safety!
Financial Arrangements We understand that every person’s financial situation is different. For this reason, we are happy to provide a variety of payment options to help you receive the periodontal care needed to enjoy a healthy mouth and confident smile. These options include deferred interest plans administered through Wells Fargo Health Advantage and Care Credit. Dental Insurance […]
Pretreatment virtual consultations may be available for certain therapies for both new and existing patients. Please call our office with any questions regarding your appointment or dental needs.
Our patients, team members, and their families are the center of all we do as a practice. CharlottePerio is closely monitoring guidelines from the CDC and ADA and is committed to keeping people safe and healthy. At this time, our office is open following the guidelines from the NC State Board and American Dental Association. […]
In recent news, the value of flossing has been called into question. However, the American Academy of Periodontology has made it clear that everyone should continue flossing their teeth daily. In a statement issued on August 2, 2016, the AAP said: “The American Academy of Periodontology recommends daily flossing as one part of a regular […]