Lanap Surgery: Enjoy a Healthier Smile!

Published: April 18, 2019

What is LANAP Surgery? LANAP surgery is an FDA-approved treatment for gum disease. This laser surgery is focused on regaining tissue and bone lost in the mouth due to gum disease. LANAP targets the diseased tissue without harming the healthy tissue. How is LANAP surgery different from osseous surgery? LANAP surgery is intended to be […]

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Enjoy the Holiday Festivities With Healthy Gums Treated by LANAP®

Published: December 10, 2018

If you have gum disease like millions of other Americans, you may not be aware that there are new treatments that can improve the way your smile looks and your overall health. When left untreated, gum disease can seriously affect your overall health, and Dr. Green wants to head that off before it is a […]

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Feel Younger and More Confident With Dental Implants

Published: October 20, 2018

There is little that can make you want to hide away from other people’s view more than missing teeth. Even when you are out in public, if you have gaps in your teeth, you may not smile as much, making it more difficult to enjoy yourself when out with friends. If it has been a […]

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Freshen Your Breath With Gum Disease Treatments

Published: August 1, 2018

August 6th is National Fresh Breath Day, so if you have gum disease, it’s the perfect time to freshen your breath with treatments. Periodontal disease is a condition that’s very common in adults. It is most frequently caused by poor oral hygiene and is characterized by inflammation and bleeding of the gum tissue. When caught […]

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3 Benefits of Precise Dental Implant Placement

Published: June 15, 2018

If you’re currently living with tooth loss, dental implant placement may be the most reliable and beneficial tooth replacement option available to you. Dental implants have a renowned reputation for preserving jaw bone tissue, restoring dental function and improving aesthetic appearance. Dr. Kiya Green is a skilled periodontist who uses advanced technology, including CT scans, […]

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What Can I Do if I Have Excessive Gums?

Published: April 11, 2018

Do you have what people call a “gummy” smile? Do your gums appear a little bit out of proportion to your teeth because they are thick and pronounced? If so, you might want to consider crown lengthening in Matthews, NC as an aesthetic option to rebalance your smile. While excessive gums are not a problem […]

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The Importance of Oral Cancer Screenings

Published: February 8, 2018

Did you know that over 49,000 adults are estimated to be diagnosed with oral and oropharyngeal cancer this year alone? The average age of diagnosis is 62, but it’s possible to develop the disease much younger than that. Fortunately, the outlook for the average person is significantly improved if the disease is detected and treated […]

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Give Yourself the Gift of Implant Supported Dentures

Published: December 18, 2017

Whether you are missing one tooth or several, you have many different choices to think about for tooth replacement. Besides traditional dentures or dental implants, there is another option that takes the benefits from both treatments and brings them together, implant supported dentures in Matthews, NC. Dr. Kiya Green has worked with patients all over […]

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How Advanced Dental Technology Can Improve Your Dental Visit

Published: October 4, 2017

Does it really matter whether you visit a dentist who uses updated technology or one who relies primarily on traditional diagnostic and treatment methods? If you have ever asked yourself this question, here are a few of the top ways advanced dental technology in Matthews, NC and Charlotte, NC like the Cone Beam scanning system can improve […]

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What Is Periodontal Charting?

Published: August 3, 2017

Gum disease is a common and preventable illness. Oral health professionals like Dr. Kiya Green recommend regular checkups and teeth cleanings. She is an expert in treating receding gums in Matthews, NC. What Is Gum Disease Exactly? This illness is caused by infections in the gum tissues surrounding your teeth. When too much plaque builds […]

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