Why Choose Dr. Isaac Perle

  • 35+ Years Clinical Experience
  • Chosen NJ TOP DENTIST 2017
  • PREMIER ELITE INVISALIGN PROVIDER
  • TOP 2% of US Invisalign Dentists
  • 1000+ Invisalign Cases Completed
  • Former Clinical Instructor at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine & Forsythe Dental Center
  • Graduate of the Prestigious University of Pennsylvania
  • Will Get On The Phone and Speak to You Directly Without an Appointment
  • I had BriteSmile done. My husband had gone to Dr. Perle’s office for the same treatment; he’s gone a couple of time, so he actually referred me. I felt very confident they knew what they were doing. They were professional, the doctor was nice, and the woman who did it explained everything. It worked out very well. I would do it again.
    Ann Shapiro
  • My name is Aaron Bickel and they reattached a bridge that had fallen out. I found them to be knowledgeable about the procedure and he explained everything before he did it and did a good job and did what he needed to do. They got back to me very quickly which was good, it was at night on a Saturday. Everything went well. I would recommend them.
    Aaron Bickel
  • My name is Martin McManus. I am a patient of Dr. Perle’s; I have been for a year and a half. Dr. Perle is very efficient and his staff is very good and friendly. We had a midterm correction which Dr. Perle was very professional about. I am very happy with Invisalign and I am very happy with Dr. Perle. I would recommend him to anybody.
    Martin McManus

Gum Disease

You know you should have spent more time brushing and flossing but what now? Every time you brush your gums bleed. They look red, swollen and are a bit painful as well. You are on your way to Gum Disease, a potentially serious condition. Periodontic treatment is crucial and at Cambridge Dental Group we can help.

What are Gingivitis and Periodontitis?

GUM DISEASE IS MANIFESTED IN TWO FORMS:

Gingivitis

The earliest stage of gum disease, causing an inflammation and some bleeding of the gums caused by plaque buildup at the gumline. Gingivitis causes gum inflammation but no bone loss.

Periodontitis

The second stage where the supporting bone and fibers that hold your teeth in place are damaged causing bone damage and loss.

The Progression of Gum Disease

Periodontitis is a common complaint affecting approximately 50% of U.S. adults over the age of 30 years. It occurs in people who have preexisting gingivitis which is itself caused by the accumulation of bacteria at the gum line (dental plaque). Your gums may begin to form a pocket below the gumline, which traps food and plaque. If left untreated, plaque calcifies to form dental calculus. Dental calculus must be removed completely by the dentist in order to treat gingivitis and periodontitis. Proper dental treatment and improved home care can usually help prevent further damage. If left untreated, bone supporting your teeth can be destroyed, causing your teeth to shift or loosen.

Treatment of Gum Disease

Our office uses the following services and technologies to treat gum disease:

COMPUTERIZED CHARTING

Our computer software allows us to measure the depth of the periodontally infected areas as well as the healthy areas. We can compare your readings from one appointment to the next and provide you with a graphic printout so you can see how you are doing and where you can help yourself with better home care. This also allows us to tailor our treatment, specifically for you.

PERIO PROTECT®

is a comprehensive method that is customized for individual patients to help manage biofilms – communities of bacteria, growing in the spaces or pockets between teeth and gum tissue. The overall goal of the Perio Protect Method™ is to manage oral biofilm (bacteria) with minimally invasive dentistry for lasting oral health.

CAVITRON ULTRASONIC INSTRUMENTATION

We use the most modern ultrasonic equipment available to remove plaque buildup quickly and comfortably.

CAVI-JET

In addition to the traditional polishing or buffing that you are accustomed to, we also utilize an air polishing system (like a mini pressure washer) to remove stains from your teeth.

Prevention of Gum Disease

Daily oral hygiene is vital in preventing the onset and growth of gum disease. Brushing and flossing keep teeth free from plaque-generating bacteria. In addition it is important to visit the dentist regularly for professional cleanings and examinations.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our office to examine the health of your mouth.

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To learn more or schedule an appointment with your dentist in Brick, NJ, please do not hesitate to contact Cambridge Dental Group today! Simply call us at (732) 517-3685, send us an email or fill out our online contact form, and we will be happy to address any of your questions or concerns.
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