Category Archives: Gum Diseases


How to Massage Your Gums

Getting a back massage might be the most relaxing thing known to man, but did you know that there are other parts of your body (like your gums) that you should be massaging on a regular basis? If you have gum disease or you just feel like your gums are a little bit sore, regular… Read More »



3 Reasons to Quit Smoking

Smoking may look cool if you are dressed up as a character from a western movie, but otherwise, it just puts you at risk of developing a velocity of potentially fatal diseases. Whether your vape or prefer traditional cigarettes, they both have similar consequences. Just in case you need another reason to quit, we have… Read More »


Periodontal Disease’s Effect on the Body

How much do you know about Periodontal Disease and the effect it can have on the body? Provided below Dr. Moskowitz shares some of the most educational articles on periodontal disease’s link to systemic illnesses such as Alzheimers disease. Educational Articles PERIODONTAL DISEASE BACTERIA LINKED TO ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE Gum Disease Bacteria Found in Alzheimer’s Brains… Read More »


Gum Disease, Catonsville, MD

3 Simple Ways to Fight Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the things that we see patients the most for. As a condition that causes your gums to become red, inflamed, and tender, gum diseases is fairly easy to treat and prevent; as long as you catch it in the early stages. To help you avoid gum disease altogether, we have… Read More »


Gum Recession | Catonsville, MD

The Basics of Gum Recession

Unless you were sleeping under a rock during 2008, you probably remember just how devastating the recession was on our economy. Another type of recession that may be equally as devastating is an oral condition called gum recession. What Is Gum Recession? Gum recession is an oral condition that causes your gum tissue to weaken,… Read More »




Laser Gum Therapy Catonsville MD

4 FAQ’s About Laser Gum Therapy

Gum disease is a common oral condition that’s caused by a build-up of tartar along the gum line. And although you may think that you can get away without treating your gum disease, if left untreated, gum disease can cause a variety of issues like tooth loss, heart disease, low birth rate babies, and even… Read More »


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