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Dental cavitation treatment available at Greenville, SC area dental facility



Dental Cavitation Treatment near Greenville SC
While many guests know what a cavity is, many are unfamiliar with dental cavitations. Dental cavitations are infections of the jaw bone. A hole can be present after a tooth is removed and can become a progressive disease that impacts the smile, including reduced blood supply to the jawbone and holding of heavy metals and chemicals that can harm the body. Dental abscesses associated with failing root canal treated teeth are also cavitations.

What are dental cavitation symptoms?

Cavitations may be difficult to diagnose because they typically do not show any signs or symptoms. Guests are often unaware there is a problem until they experience pain from Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis or NICO. This is a lesion that results in the discharge of bacterial toxins that can cause health problems including extreme fatigue. Guests with this condition may experience:
  • A severe toothache
  • Lesions on the jaw
  • Referred pain to other areas of the body
  • Other medical issues

What can cause dental cavitation?

An increased risk of dental cavitation can occur due to:
  • Bacteria from tooth extractions
  • Incomplete removal of the periodontal ligament during tooth extractions
  • Root canal infections
  • Lowered or ineffective immune systems
  • Lyme disease
  • Low vitamin D levels

Cavitation dental treatments available

The best treatment option is often surgical debridement of the cavitation in the jawbone and then bone regeneration. Debridement requires the dentist remove abscesses, cysts, and unhealthy bone. Ozone and advanced platelet rich fibrin are used to promote healing with healthy bone.

Learn more about dental cavitation and appropriate treatment

Dr. John Palmer and the team at Palmer Distinctive Dentistry in Greenville, SC are available to educate guests on cavitation and dental cavitation treatment. If you live in the community and want to discuss your dental needs with an experienced team of professionals, book an appointment by calling (864) 879-6494. We are conveniently located at 134 Milestone Way and assist new and current guests.

Palmer Distinctive Dentistry

Palmer Distinctive Dentistry best dental office near Greenville, SC
John J. Palmer, DMD
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Debra G. Adams, DMD

At Palmer Distinctive Dentistry, we believe that oral health and overall wellness are linked. This is our focus when attending to our guests’ dental needs. Giving beautiful, healthy smiles to the residents of Greenville, SC is our goal.

Heading our team is Founder Dr. John J. Palmer, a Medical University of South Carolina School of Dentistry graduate. A dedicated holistic dentist and pioneer in advanced dentistry, he incorporates the latest technologies and IAOMT-certified methods and stays abreast of modern developments in biological dentistry.

Dr. Debra G. Adams received her Bachelor of Science from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL, and worked as a dental assistant, before graduating from dental school at the University of Alabama, Birmingham. Dr Adams is SMART certified through the IAOMT and is dedicated to giving our guests the best treatment possible.