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PERIODONTIST IN ORLANDO, FL

Periodontal disease is very treatable, but cannot be fully cured. After the completion of your periodontitis treatment, you will be scheduled for regular ongoing maintenance care with Dr. Pires, Orlando Periodontist. These visits will involve a thorough professional cleaning and monitoring of your oral health to ensure the disease does not recur and progress further.

Lake Nona Dental Implants and Periodontics recommends scheduling your periodontal maintenance visits and your general dentistry visits on an alternating schedule. This ensures you are receiving the proper care and treatments for your oral health needs in a timely, consistent manner.

Contact Dr. Pires at Lake Nona Dental Implants and Periodontics for more information.

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