Specializing in preventing, diagnosing, and treating gum disease. We help you manage signs of advancing gum problems like oral inflammation.

JP Dental is comprised of well-respected surgeons in the dental profession due to their many years of experience, skill and knowledge. We boast a uniquely trained support crew dedicated to overseeing all facets of our treatments and procedures. Our team is comprised of experts, implant dentist, qualified dental assistants, and a seasoned administrative/managerial unit. It's important to highlight that you can schedule an appointment or be a walk-in at anytime. We always accept with open arms any new patients. Our Los Algodones branch is only 15 minutes away from Yuma, AZ and just 2 and a half hours from Casa Grande or Phoenix Arizona. Our practice is fluent in English, ensuring clear communication. Together we make sure every treatment plan for every person runs smoothly and efficiently.

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  • Care-centred environment
  • Regain Confidence

Gum disease, known as periodontitis, is usually symptom-free until it gets to the more advanced stages. In these later stages you may experience pain, bad tastes or bad breath, receding gums, teeth that have drifted or moved position, loose teeth, and or abscesses.

No. Not if it is skilfully performed. There are instances where we recommend that patients take medication, either an anti-inflammatory or painkillers, immediately following treatment to alleviate pain and discomfort.

Usually, gums that bleed are a symptom of the onset of periodontal disease or gingivitis. you should see your dentist, or periodontist, to have a periodontal screening and recording performed in order to determine the level of disease present and the best treatment course to pursue.It is important to see your dentist, or periodontist, as soon as possible if your gums begin to bleed.

Research has established that people with diabetes are more prone to gum disease, and more likely to lose teeth. Also, having untreated periodontitis leads to poorer blood glucose control.

No. You do not need a referral to see a periodontist, you can contact our receptionists for a consultation.

Our goal is to provide the optimal periodontal and dental implant care, with the highest degree of patient comfort

In our office we see many patients who have previously put off dental treatment, due to fear and anxiety. We understand this and want to help reduce any apprehensions you may have about periodontal and implant treatment. We will provide you with all the information that you may need to better understand what will happen. Additionally, we offer various pain management options to maximise your comfort