Warm Springs Dental
Official Team Dentists for the Portland Trail Blazers!
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Welcome to Warm Springs Dental
We are honored you are considering us for your family's dental needs and look forward to welcoming you to Warm Springs Dental. Our commitment to excellence and gentle dentistry allows our patients to have the comfortable, beautiful smiles they deserve!
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  • Amazing. Beautiful building, terrific staff. Totally happy.
    - Karis E.
  • Wonderful as always. Great cleaning, friendly staff. Makes going to the dentist a much more pleasant experience.
    - Todd K.
  • Dr. Bryan Euzent and everyone at this office are fantastic! My 7 year old daughter broke her permanent front tooth over the weekend and we got in first thing Monday morning. She had a great experience!
    - Natalie C.
  • I really appreciate everyone at Warm Springs Dental. By far the best group of dental professionals I've experienced.
    - Troy J.
  • After seeing Warm Springs Dental featured in Portland Monthly's best doctors edition I made an appointment. They have Pandora available for distraction and consistently checked in to make sure I was comfortable.
    - Lex O.
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Official Team Dentists of the Portland Trail Blazers!
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Periodontal (Gum) Treatment and Laser Dentistry

The majority of adults suffer from gum disease at some time during their lifetimes. This could range from beginning stage gum disease, called gingivitis, to advanced gum disease, called periodontitis.

Symptoms vary and can include:

  • Bad breath
  • Bleeding gums
  • Gum recession
  • Pain 
  • Pocketing between teeth and gums
  • Sensitivity
  • Tooth loss
  • Tooth mobility

Neglect, certain medications, excessive biting forces, and lifestyle factors such as stress and smoking can all affect the health of your gums.

The Whole Body Connection

Researchers have linked periodontal disease to a number of other health conditions affecting the whole body. 

Some of these include:

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Premature or low birth weight babies
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Respiratory issues such as COPD and chronic bronchitis

Addressing your periodontal disease as soon as you notice a change in your oral health may prevent additional health complications.

Periodontal Treatment at Warm Springs Dental

We treat most periodontal conditions in our office effectively and efficiently in order to help our patients achieve better oral health and overall wellness.

When it's in its early stages, we can often reverse gum disease with a dental cleaning designed to remove tartar, bacteria, and diseased tissue. Regular follow-up care and dedicated home hygiene habits are an essential part of the healing process.

Advanced Gum Disease Treatment

When gum disease is in its more advanced stages, we may recommend a series of cleanings over the course of two or more dental appointments. This specialized type of dental cleaning will remove tartar that has collected below the gumline. Once your dental cleanings are complete, regular follow-up appointments and more frequent dental cleanings will help you restore your oral health.

Laser Gum Treatments

Laser dentistry opens the door for us to complete a wide variety of treatments in our Tualatin, OR dental office. 

These can include:

Remove diseased tissue – Overgrown or inflamed tissue can easily be remedied and heals quickly with the laser.

Frenectomies – Reducing the tissue that connects your upper and lower lip to your gums. Excessive tissue in these areas can create speech difficulties and gaps between your teeth.

Gingival sculpting – If you have a gummy smile that affects your appearance, we can reshape your tissue using our soft-tissue laser. Often this is performed in conjunction with other cosmetic dental treatments such as porcelain veneers or bonding.

We can even use our laser to reduce the healing time of cold sores and canker sores.

Contact Us for a Periodontal Exam

If you notice a change in the health or comfort of your gums, contact us and take charge of your oral health.