Yorktown Family Dentistry

FREE TEETH WHITENING FOR LIFE

765.759.CARE

 
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I appreciate you and your staff for the wonderful and caring way you take care of your patients....me being one of them!

- Amy M

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  • BILLBOARD AWARD!

    Wednesday, April 19, 2017

    "Whitening for Life" billboard a success!

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  • Welcome Dr. Botsford

    Tuesday, August 2, 2016

    Dr. Gant and Dr. Lefevre are excited to introduce Paul Botsford, DMD to the dental team at Yorktown Family Dentistry.  Dr. Botsford joins us from Utah.  Stop in, say hello and show him our Hoosier hospitality!

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Specials

Periodontal Care



Gum disease, or more correctly called "periodontal disease", is a bacterial infection in the gums and supporting structures of the teeth. It is characterized by gum tissue that is red, puffy, and bleeds easily when touched with a toothbrush, floss or dental instrument. There have been major advances in non-surgical periodontal treatment for chronic periodontal disease. Our state-of-the-art ultrasonic scalers have been designed by a periodontist for maximum effectiveness on root surfaces. Antibiotic gels, which are placed below the gum line, reduce the need for periodontal surgery. The bacteria we see in periodontal disease is the same bacteria that predisposes to heart disease and stroke.  We recommend VEEMA as a periodontal rinse because of both its anti-oxidant and mostly its anti-inflammatory properties. At Yorktown Family Dentistry we take every opportunity to help you control your periodontal disease problem non-surgically and then reevaluate to determine the effectiveness of the treatment. If surgical treatment is required, the treatments maximize your comfort and your ability to maintain periodontal support.
 

Payment Options

We have flexible payments that meet your budget with Care Credit (interest free).

Schedule an Appointment

To schedule your appointment, call 765.759.CARE (2273) or schedule online.

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