What To Expect After Gum Surgery

At Clagett Periodontics, Dr. Clagett has a highly individualized approach to treating gum disease. Bringing years of experience to the care of his Kentucky patients, Dr. Clagett is a board-certified periodontist. He performs gum surgery for patients who are experiencing discomfort, damage,...
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Traditional vs Laser Gum Surgery

Hundreds of Kentucky residents who suffer from gum disease visit Clagett Periodontics every year for treatment. He is a leading periodontist who specializes in the treatment of gum disease...
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How Do Dental Implants Preserve The Jawbone?

Dental implants placement is one of the most common procedures performed at Clagett Periodontics in Kentucky. In fact, this tooth replacement system is the most popular option on the dental market today. Not only do dental implants provide men and women with a fully functional, natural-looking smile, but they also maintain patients’ oral health and preserve the jawbone....
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Can Teeth-In-A-Day Implants Replace A Full Arch Of Missing Teeth?

With the rapid improvements in dental technologies, Kentucky patients have more options than ever before to replace missing teeth - even an entire arch of missing teeth. At Clagett Periodontics, Dr. Clagett can use special techniques to insert a limited number of dental implants to secure Teeth-In-A-Day and replace a full arch of missing teeth....
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Are There Any Age Restrictions For Dental Implants?

At Clagett Periodontics in Kentucky, our practice is focused on using the best techniques and state-of-the-art technology to provide customized treatment options that give our patients improved dental health and a fantastic smile. If you’ve been considering dental implants for your loose or missing teeth, our amazing team can help!...
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5 Ways Gum Surgery Can Save Your Teeth

Did you know that 85% of adults in the United States suffer from gum disease? It’s true. And gum disease isn’t something to ignore. As this disease develops, the gums begin to recede and expose the tooth roots. This gum loss eventually leads to tooth loss if left untreated....
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