Free Periodontal Dentist Exam in Plainview, Huntington, Melville, Hicksville, Woodbury, Levittown, Bethpage, Farmingdale, NY, and surrounding areas.
The Benefits of a Free Periodontal Disease and Tooth Decay Screening for your Spouse - A $110 Value!
Henry Sachs, DDS, specializes in periodontal treatments in Long Island to improve your smile. We provide a free periodontal dentist exam in Long Island, NY, for your spouse. New research is continually uncovering a systemic link between Periodontal Disease and several serious medical conditions. There is a strong correlation of Periodontal Disease to coronary heart disease leading to a heart attack or stroke, diabetes, and pre-term low birth weight babies. It has also been proven that Periodontal Disease producing bacteria are transmittable from spouse to spouse and among family members. Given the severity of the complications that can occur throughout the body, Dr. Sachs feels it is imperative that people have regular periodontal exams to determine if they have periodontal disease or are at risk for getting it.
As a valued patient, Dr. Sachs would like to extend the offer of a free Periodontal Examination to your spouse or significant other. The examination will consist of an Oral Cancer Screening, a Comprehensive Periodontal Examination, a Gingival Esthetics Evaluation, and, if needed, a Dental Implant Consultation.
Some of the symptoms your spouse might be having are as follows:
- Gums that bleed easily
- Red, swollen, or tender gums
- Persistent bad breath
- Loose or shifting teeth
- Problems with food getting caught between teeth
The benefits of a Periodontal Disease Screening Examination are:
- Complimentary examination for your spouse or significant other
- The opportunity to learn if there is any risk for more serious medical problems
- Reassurance that you are not at risk for possible periodontal disease-producing bacteria transmission or re-infection
Please call now to make an appointment for your spouse for a free Periodontal Disease Screening Examination, or if you have any additional questions or wish additional information.
For further information, please visit The American Academy of Periodontology website and visit the section discussing "The Relationship of Periodontal Diseases and Other Diseases".