You Will Affect Much More Than Your Teeth If you Neglect Your Gums!!

Do your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth? Have you noticed spaces in your teeth or receding of your gum line? If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you have periodontal problems that need to be evaluated and treated immediately. Long term effects of this can not only affect your image but can cause severe health problems; especially if you are already at risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, lung problems and osteoporosis. Expecting mothers have to be extremely cautious as well. If gum disease goes untreated it is six times more likely to cause premature births. Your mouth is considered the gateway for germs getting through to your respiratory system. By breathing in the bacteria that exists with gum disease, it is possible to contract diseases such as pneumonia. To prevent this, it is important to get your teeth cleaned regularly, and to practice good home care. Flossing once a day, brushing on a regular basis, and using a good fluoride mouth rinse will help prevent periodontal disease. Here at Barotz Dental, we want to help you avoid these problems. If you already suffer from gum disease, then you need to treat and monitor it! Call and schedule for your next cleaning and exam, and prepay for the appointment, and we will give you a FREE fluoride treatment (a $30 value). But hurry, this special offer only lasts until April 15th! Call us today schedule your appointment at 303-595-4994!

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About BarotzDental

Dr. Charles S. Barotz is a 1980 graduate of Georgetown University School of Dentistry and has dedicated his life to provide you with the best that dentistry has to offer. Dr. Barotz is continually educating himself and his staff with the newest dental techniques and approaches, in order to provide you with advanced, state of the art, comfortable, personalized, and antiseptic dental care. Dr. Barotz has been published and lectures internationally on numerous subjects relating to excellence in dentistry.
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