Gum Disease Treatments in Beaverton OR
You’ll Love Our Gum Disease Treatments: Minimally Invasive and No Surgery. Let’s Work Together to Keep Your Teeth & Gums Healthy, Happy, and Beautiful.
Always Accepting New Patients.
The Gum Disease Epidemic is Real
It’s unfortunate, but in years past, painful and invasive surgery was the only treatment for gum disease. Times have changed. At Neish Dentistry, we offer the latest in high-tech and minimally invasive gum disease treatments.
Why is treating gum disease so important? Untreated gum disease may lead to…
- Severe infections
- Tooth loss
- Damage to otherwise healthy tissue in your jaw
- Increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke and even Alzheimer’s disease
Laser-Assisted Periodontal Gum Disease Treatments at Neish Dentistry
Dental Exams & Routine Cleanings
By monitoring the health of your gums closely, we’re able to help many of our patients avoid gum disease entirely. And we’re able to catch gum disease early when it does occur. In addition, routine cleanings help remove built up plaque and tartar that can contribute to gum disease.
Our proactive approach allows us to use minimally-invasive and high-tech treatments to stop gum disease in its tracks.
Our periodontal maintenance services include thorough cleaning of the teeth and root surfaces and help improve gum health, freshen breath, and reduce the risk of advanced gum disease.
- Reverse gum disease
- Prevent bone loss due to infection
- Maintain the health of your natural teeth
With laser-assisted periodontal surgery, we can:
- Detoxify gum tissue where bacteria can hide
- Regenerate supporting bone that has been lost
- Reduce discomfort and speed up your recovery
What Our Patients Are Saying…
“My family has happily received fantastic dental care from Dr. Scott Neish for more than 15 years. His staff is caring and considerate. They have current technology, updated facilities, in a central and convenient location. I appreciate Dr. Neish’s minimally invasive approach.”
Meet Your Dentist
Dr. Scott R. Neish, DMD
- Graduate of University of Oregon and the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)
- Studied restorative dentistry at the world-renowned Kois Center
Neish Dentistry has been a family-owned Beaverton dentist practice for more than 30 years. We build lifelong partnerships with our patients.
You’ll work closely with your dentist to develop a gum disease treatment plan that’s right for you.
We’re the most comfortable dentist office in Beaverton! You’ll love our high-tech and high-comfort experience.
You’ll love how fast, easy, and effective our gum disease treatments are. See for yourself!
Above all else, we value your health. There’s nothing more important to us than helping you achieve lasting health and happiness.
Address: 1275 SW 158th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97006
Phone: (503) 641-1600
Monday - Thursday: 7AM-4PM
Friday - Sunday: Closed
Schedule an Appointment Today
Ready to fight back against the gum disease epidemic? Neish Dentistry is always accepting new patients. Schedule your appointment at our Beaverton office today.
Frequently Asked Questions
A huge variety of infections can enter the body through the gums. Research shows these infections may eventually lead to an increased risk of serious complications, including permanent tooth and bone loss. In addition untreated gum disease can increase your risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s, and even diabetes.
“What are warning signs for gum disease?”
The most common signs and symptoms of gum disease include:
- Red, swollen, or bleeding gums
- Gums that are tender or painful, especially when brushing or flossing
- Chronic bad breath
- Receding gums
“Is gum disease permanent?”
No! While the risk of recurrence will always be present, with proper treatment and modifications to your home dental care routine, gum disease is totally manageable.
“How long does it take to recover from gum disease treatments?”
The difference between old-fashioned surgical gum disease treatments and our modern approach is like night and day. Many of the gum disease treatments at our Beaverton dentist office take just an hour or two to complete and you’ll be feeling like yourself almost right away. Many of our patients need just a ibuprofen or other OTC pain reliever– or even no pain medication at all.