Fairfield CT Gum Disease Treatment Periodontal Dentistry Services Launched

Fairfield dental practice Brickwalk Dental updated its services to provide cutting-edge periodontal treatments. The clinic uses minimally invasive techniques to ensure rapid recovery and maximum patient comfort.

Fairfield, United States - April 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Brickwalk Dental, a full-service dental clinic based in Fairfield, Connecticut, launched an updated range of periodontal solutions for patients looking for safe and professional gum disease treatments. The clinic offers advanced diagnosis and treatment services, including gum grafting and surgery, periodontal maintenance, dental implants and various others.

More information can be found at http://brickwalkdental.com.

Studies estimate that approximately half of American adults suffer from some type of gum disease, with the proportion increasing to 70% for adults aged 65 and older. The prevalence of this type of condition makes it essential to undertake routine periodontal checkups and work with a professional expert to address any potential issues.

Brickwalk Dental works with expert medical staff to provide a full range of periodontal services for patients in Fairfield and the surrounding areas.

The office uses cutting-edge technology and procedures to ensure minimally invasive treatments for patients of all ages.

As well as offering a wide range of standard periodontal services – including gum grafting and surgery and dental implants – the clinic also provides the innovative Pinhole Surgery. This technique treats receding gums by shifting the gum tissue over the exposed roots and stabilizing the tissue with collagen. A single session is typically sufficient to treat the entire mouth.

Patients benefit from microsurgical techniques which are minimally invasive and require only local anesthesia.

The recent service update is part of the clinic’s efforts to provide cutting-edge dental solutions for patients in Fairfield and the surrounding areas.

A satisfied patient said: “My daughter and I have been patients of Dr. Conant for the past ten years. Her analytical skills, charisma and dedication as an accomplished dentist make her stand out among her peers. She has outstanding diagnostic and communication skills and exhibits a quiet confidence in her abilities. Dr. Conant is professional, honest, kind and genuine, and her lack of ego is refreshing. I highly recommend her services.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr Mariana Conant
Email: office@conantdds.com
Organization: Brickwalk Dental
Address: 1305 Post Road, Suite 200, Fairfield, CT 06824, United States

For more information, please visit http://www.brickwalkdental.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331710

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