"Transform Your Smile, Transform Your Life: Explore Our Range of Periodontal Services!"
Are you experiencing bleeding gums or bad breath? These are signs of gum disease, which can lead to serious health problems. We invite you to meet with Dr. Konstantina Kokosis our licensed periodontist with over a decade of gum treatment experience.
Experience the Best in Periodontal Care with Dr. Konstantina Kokosis
Dr. Tina Kokosis studied Human Biology at the University of Toronto, and then in 2003 received her doctor of dental surgery degree at the University of Western Ontario. It is during dental school that she developed a true respect for periodontics and implant surgery, as setting the proper periodontal foundation is essential for long-term dental success. After completing dental school, Dr. Kokosis followed her passion and completed a 3-year residency at Columbia University in New York City, where in 2006 she received her Master of Science degree in Periodontics. Her research at Columbia University included the evaluation and success rate of short implants, and the comparison of the surface topography of various dental implants and their effect on osseointegration.
With over 10 years of expertise and knowledge, Dr. Kokosis offers effective treatment beyond general dental practice. Trust your complex periodontal conditions to Dr. Kokosis.
We are committed to staying up-to-date on the latest advances in periodontal treatment to ensure our patients receive the best possible care. Discover our comprehensive range of periodontal services, including advanced treatments like root planing, laser therapy, gum grafting, crown lengthening, and gingivectomies.
During your consultation, our experienced periodontist will take the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and provide a thorough examination of your gums and teeth. We believe in educating our patients about their periodontal health and treatment options, so they can make informed decisions about their own care.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is an infection of the tissues that support your teeth.
Symptoms may include red, swollen, or bleeding gums, bad breath, and tooth sensitivity.
Yes, practicing good oral hygiene is the best way to prevent periodontal disease. This includes brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting your dentist regularly for cleanings and check-ups.
During a periodontal exam, your dentist or periodontist will evaluate the health of your gums, measure the depth of your gum pockets, and check for signs of inflammation or infection.
Common periodontal treatments include scaling and root planing (a deep cleaning of the teeth and gums), periodontal surgery, and the use of antibiotics to treat the infection.
Periodontal treatment may involve some discomfort, but your dentist or periodontist will take steps to ensure you are as comfortable as possible. Local anaesthesia and sedation options may be available to help manage any pain or anxiety.
After periodontal treatment, it is important to continue practicing good oral hygiene to prevent the recurrence of gum disease. This includes regular brushing and flossing, and dental check-ups.
Don’t let fear or anxiety keep you from getting the periodontal care you deserve! Schedule your routine periodontal exam today to avoid future oral problems.