Denver cosmetic, general, and restorative dentist, Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD and his Littleton dental health team are firm believers in preventative dental care. We are happy to take on new patients at our Denver Dentistry center in Littleton, CO. Dentists can help your smile last a lifetime and our team strives to take the stress out of going to the dentist. We leverage the latest in dental technology to be as minimally invasive as possible.
“Mercury-free” refers to our strict opposition to the use of amalgam silver fillings. As a member of the International Association of Mercury-Safe Dentists (IAMSD), Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD utilizes a safe amalgam-free protocol to protect the patient as much as possible from excessive and unnecessary exposure to mercury during filling removal. We then insert non-metal fillings that can be made of either composite resins or ceramic.
In order to solidify the effectiveness in his approach, Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD has undergone additional training to become an expert on the relationships between the mouth and the body. He has also completed dentistry training in advanced dental techniques and usually completes anywhere from 100 to 150 hours of dental continuing education classes every year.
Treating periodontal problems can help you achieve a healthy mouth and help prevent tooth loss. In fact, with prompt treatment, proper home care, and regular dental visits, a great majority of Denver patients can keep their teeth for a lifetime. After evaluating your periodontal health, Denver dentist Dr. Grabiak DMD, FAGD will work with you to determine the periodontal treatment and dental care options that best meet your needs.
If periodontal disease is your problem, the periodontal treatment can vary widely depending on how far the disease has progressed. If caught in the early stages, simple periodontal procedures are done that will remove the plaque and calculus from below the gum line and disrupt the infection-causing bacteria. If the disease has advanced to the point where the periodontal pockets are deep and the supporting bone is lost, further treatment might be necessary.