Tina GoddardTina Goddard
08:46 20 Sep 22
Dr Quadri is so compassionate and has so much patience. He takes time to explain procedures and make the patient feel comfortable.He wants only a good outcome for his patients. His staff is wonderful. They are welcoming and helpful during visits. My experience was great!
Ruth WaymireRuth Waymire
17:46 12 Sep 22
I wish i could give 100 stars!!! Dr. Quadri is absolutely 💯 the best. He took his precious time with me and made sure I was comfortable. He is a perfectionist and I love that about him. He also got me in for 2 root canals at the last minute, and i was from out of town. Can't get better than that!!! Recommend him, and his staff, totally and wholeheartedly! Thank you soooo much for everything!!!🥰❤
Bridget CastroBridget Castro
23:00 19 Aug 22
Dr. Quadri is an amazing dentist and I love the staff they're all so great and sweet! I've had great experiences everytime. I appreciate how caring and gentle he is during procedures. Everytime I go there I am always well taken care of. I'm happy to have found the right place.
Allison ClementAllison Clement
20:16 17 Aug 22
I've been a patient with Dr. Quadri for many years. I wish I had found him sooner. He's very good at extractions and I think I would've had a better experience with my wisdom teeth removal here. I've switched my whole family to this office and many of my friends.
Diana BayonneDiana Bayonne
20:13 17 Aug 22
Both the hygienist were amazing! Very gentle and warm with you. Doctor. Quadri is very informative and straight forward with his treatment, work is amazing. Doctor. Quadri is now my main Dentist!
Lil BritLil Brit
00:52 19 Apr 22
I went in for an emergency tooth extraction today and they were able to get me in fairly quickly. I couldn’t get to anybody for two days and I was in excruciating pain. Until I found this dentist. I’m terrified of needles and everybody who worked on me made sure to make me feel secure and safe. The dentist literally has a magic touch because I did not feel a needle at all. The extraction hurt mildly and it was so fast. They were decently priced. I think I will be coming to this dentist regularly. Thank you guys!

Can you Get Veneers with Periodontal Disease?

Damaged or decaying teeth can have an adverse impact on your health and confidence. But thanks to modern dentistry, there is no need to endure pain or self-esteem due to dental issues.

Dental veneers are among the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures in modern dentistry. They can help conceal embarrassing dental problems like chipped teeth, stains, or misshapen teeth. They can bring you a perfect smile.

Veneers are a good option if you have cracked or discoloured teeth. But veneers require a healthy gum foundation to be effective: which raises the question, can you get veneers with periodontal diseases?

Can You get Veneers with Gum Disease?

Periodontal disease is a serious infection. It damages the gum tissue, and if left untreated, it can also damage the bones. Additionally, it can also cause tooth loosening and tooth loss.

Swollen gums, tooth decay, bad breath, bright red gums, and pus between your teeth and gums are some early signs of gum disease. In the final stage of gum disease, your teeth can fall out because of receding gums and deteriorating tissues.

Gum diseases shall be treated first to restore your beautiful smile and to regain optimum gum health. If gum disease is left untreated, the bacterial infection can spread into your mouth.

Healthy gums provide a stable foundation for veneers to be effective. Therefore, you cannot get veneers if you suffer from periodontal diseases. But you can get veneers once your gums have been treated and healed.

Depending on your situation, your dentist may suggest non-surgical or surgical treatments such as bone grafting, pocket reduction etc.


Pros and Cons of Veneers


  • Natural-looking teeth:

The porcelain fixture looks like enamel, reflecting natural light in the same way as natural teeth.

  • Whiten your smile:

Veneers are usually stain-resistant, so do not worry about discolouration.

  • Fix minor cosmetic problems: 

Veneers attach to your natural tooth enamel and can mask any existing orthodontic problems. Further, they also protect your natural enamel while covered.

  • Longevity and durability: 

With reasonable precautions, veneers can last between 10 to 20 years.

  • Instant results:

The process is minimally invasive and provides instant results.


  • High cost: 

The price depends on various factors such as the dentist, location, quantity of teeth being restored etc. However, a single veneer can typically cost between $1,000 and $2,000.

  • Irreversible procedure: 

Some enamel is removed while fitting in veneers, which permanently restructures your teeth, making the procedure irreversible.

  • Increased sensitivity:

Some enamel removal to make room for veneers make your teeth more sensitive to cold and hot foods and drinks.  However, this is temporary, and you can use some dental products to strengthen the enamel of your teeth.

  • Susceptible to damage:

The prospect of damage occurring is very rare if you take proper care of your teeth. But there are chances of breaking, chipping, detachment etc.  Although they can be replaced, the replacement procedure becomes costly.

Veneers for Receding Gums Before and AfterLaser gum lift and veneers: before-after

How Long can You Keep Your Teeth with Periodontal Disease?

Gingivitis may not be noticeable initially but can manifest gum inflammation and other uncomfortable symptoms. Stress makes them susceptible to periodontal diseases due to their ability to suppress the immune system.

Untreated periodontitis can lead to tooth loss. Moreover, the damage-cause bacteria may enter the blood through gums and affect other body parts.

Therefore, you must get treated as soon as possible without further delay.

Is Periodontal Disease Contagious? 

Yes, periodontal disease is contagious. If you have this disease, others may contract it, or you can get it from others with gum diseases.

Technically, while the disease is not contagious, the bacteria that cause it are. Therefore, avoid the following things if you have gum disease.

The gum disease can spread through:

  • Kissing
  • Eating from the same utensils
  • Sipping the same straw

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