Gum Disease Dentists in Overland Park, KS

Healthy Gums = Happy Life!

Your teeth are just part of the story. Gum health is essential!

Our prevention-first approach to periodontal disease

The best offense is a good defense! At Bowles Dental, we are here to help you prevent gum disease through regular exams and thorough cleanings. Our approach emphasizes lifelong dental health and whole-body wellness.

Even if it’s been years since you saw a dentist and are worried that you might have gum disease, take a deep breath. We’ll assess your gum health and create a treatment plan using the most modern and high-tech gum disease treatments.

Bowles Dental does gum disease therapy differently. We take great pride in our high-tech and comfortable treatment options.

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Gum Disease Treatments

While many people associate bleeding gums with gum disease, it’s more common that as gum disease begins there are no warning signs at all. At Bowles Dental, our gum disease dentists can catch perio disease early and offer a variety of highly effective treatment options:

  • Deep cleanings – A deep cleaning goes above and beyond what you get during a standard cleaning. We’ll remove bacterial buildup from above the gum line to reduce gum inflammation and to prevent the spread of gum disease.
  • ARESTIN – Microspheres containing a powerful antibiotic can be used to kill the bacteria that cause gum disease. Often used in conjunction with a deep cleaning treatment.
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Chad Bowles, DDS, PA

Owner

“Gum disease treatments have come such a long way in recent years. Not only can we do more than ever before to prevent gum disease, but we can cure it without invasive surgery. There’s never been a better time to take control of your periodontal health.”

Gum Disease & Your Health

Gum disease is caused by bacteria that inflame and infect the gum tissue in your mouth. Preventing gum disease starts with eating a diet that’s low in refined sugar, brushing/flossing daily, and keeping up with your regular dental exams and checkups. Early detection is key and left untreated, gum disease can affect your health in many ways:

  • Gum disease is the #1 leading cause of preventable tooth loss in adults.
  • Advanced periodontitis near a dental implant can lead to implant failure.
  • Diabetic complications, strokes, and heart disease are linked to periodontal disease.
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Your First Visit

Many patients who visit Bowles Dental have questions about their gums. Your first visit includes a full set of x-rays, a thorough exam, cleaning, and time to speak with your perio dentist (expect to spend about 90 minutes at our office).

We’ll review your x-rays, talk about any signs of periodontal disease, and discuss next steps.

Judgement-free office

We’re here to help. We don’t care how long it’s been since you saw a gum disease dentist last, we’re glad you came to see us!

On-time appointments

That’s right. We aim for every appointment to start on time, with as little waiting as possible.

Care with a smile

We know that nobody looks forward to a trip to the dentist. So we go above and beyond to make your experience at our office one of a kind. See for yourself!

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Invest in your dental health

Need gum disease treatment? Whether you have dental insurance or not, our office will work with you. If you don’t have insurance, ask about our in-office membership plan and CareCredit. But if you do have insurance, leave everything to us. We’ll file the paperwork and make sure you get the most out of your benefits.

Become a patient for life

“I’ve been coming to this dentist office since I was 3 years old, and my family has been coming for generations. It is so amazing to have a place where everyone knows your name!” – Morgan

Our Office

Call or Text (913) 491-6663

6811 West 121st Street,
Overland Park, Kansas 66209

M–W, 8:00AM–5:00PM
TH–F, 7:00AM–3:30PM
Weekends, Closed