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Gum Disease

Millions of people don't know they have this serious infection that can lead to tooth loss if not treated. You should always get involved in your dental care, so that problems are detected in the early stages.  You should inform your dentist if any signs of gum disease are present or if any changes in your overall health or medications occured in between visits.  Most importantly, you should ask your dentist about your periodontal health and what method was used to evaluate its condition.  This level of participation enables you to work with your dentist to identify subtle changes that my occur in the oral cavity.

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Douglas C. Wendt Jr., D.D.S.

For over 30 years now, it has been my pleasure to provide quality periodontal and implant dentistry to the Tampa community.  Our goal has always been, and will continue to be, dedication and a commitment to excellence. My education to become a periodontist started when I attended Virginia Tech where I received (2) Bachelor degrees, one in International Relations and the other in Biology.

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