Whenever you need any sort of dental work done, you need someone who you can trust and someone to make you feel comfortable. No one does this better than Dr. Katherine Collier, our Baltimore general dentist. She has proudly been serving the Baltimore community for over 24 years. Her service, and the trust she builds with each and every patient is what keeps people coming back to see her for any dental needs. Service from her office is top notch when it comes to dentistry. Outfitted with the latest in dental technology and advancement in dental procedures, she is able to take care of your teeth and oral health like never before.
Our Baltimore general dentist provides many services to her patients ranging from a simply oral examination and teeth cleanings to dental implants and periodontal therapy. By offering a long list of treatments to her patients, she is able to accommodate every need of her patient, thus building a great dentist-patient trust. When it comes to our younger patients, Quest Dental not only takes care of their teeth, but they teach children how to build better dental habits such as brushing and flossing so their teeth stay healthy for their entire lifetime.
At our Baltimore periodontist office, our dentist are skilled in periodontal therapy. Our non-surgical treatments are the least invasive and most cost effective. These procedures are called root scaling and root planning. In more extreme cases, periodontal surgery may be required. In any case, we are ready to take care of any periodontal needs you may have. Do not hestitate if you think you may have some of these symptoms otherwise it might be too late for your teeth! Come into our Baltimore, Maryland periodontist office today.
Your gums are the structures that hold your teeth in place inside your mouth. You must take are of these just as much, if not more than your actual teeth. It is imperative you brush regularly and floss in between teeth simply due to the fact that bacteria that grows in those hard to reach places that you don’t bother to clean, or clean improperly causes gum disease. Gum disease can lead to the loss of the entire tooth because the foundation, the gums, have been so deeply infected. You should go to the nearest Baltimore Maryland periodontist office because gum disease is often silent, meaning symptoms may not appear until an advanced stage of the disease. If you have any of the following warning signs, please do not hesitate to see Dr. Collier:
Red, swollen or tender gums or other pain in your mouth
Bleeding while brushing, flossing, or eating hard food
Gums that are receding or pulling away from the teeth, causing the teeth to look longer than before