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Gums Treatment Catonsville MD

The Basics of Gum Grafting

One of the leading oral conditions is gum disease. And although gum disease can be easily treated if caught early on, that’s not always the case. In more advanced stages of gum disease, sometimes we at Baltimore Periodontics may recommend a treatment called gum grafting. So, what is gum grafting? How is it performed? And… Read More »


Advanced Dental Technology Catonsville MD

Why Technology Counts

When it comes to technology, you may have the latest smartphone, tablet, and computer, but did you know that technology also plays a huge role in other aspects of your life including your oral health? Here at Baltimore Periodontics, we pride ourselves on the fact that we use the latest and most innovative technology to… Read More »


Pinhole Surgery Vs. Gum Grafting | Pinhole Surgical Technique Catonsville MD

Pinhole Surgery Vs. Gum Grafting

Having a gummy smile may be something that you were born with but having a receding gum line is something that is due to things like extreme tooth decay, or even gum disease can cause a wealth of issues. Although gum recession may seem more cosmetic and like something that can be left untreated, harmful… Read More »



Osseous Surgery Catonsville, MD

FAQ’s About Osseous Surgery

You’ve heard it once, and we will continue to say it again, one of the best things you can do for your oral hygiene? Brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day. Sometimes, though, even with this basic oral hygiene step, patients run into issues with their oral health and develop conditions like… Read More »


Gum Disease Catonsville, MD

The Importance of Dental Care

Yes, you’ve heard it your whole life: “You need to brush and floss your teeth both morning and night.” But similar to most things our parents ingrained in us when we were little, you may not know precisely why you should be doing it. But proper dental care isn’t just about brushing and flossing your… Read More »





Gum Disease Catonsville, MD

What to Know About Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums may be attractive to your vampire friends, but otherwise, they are typically indicative of an underlying dental condition. If you have started to notice that your gums are bleeding more frequently— typically after you brush your teeth— you may be suffering from a variety of conditions including gingivitis or hormone changes. To help… Read More »


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