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We’ve already mentioned a few reasons why you might be referred to a periodontist by your dentist—swollen or bleeding gums, receding gums, sensitive or loose teeth—but periodontists are highly trained to treat a variety of mouth, teeth, gum and jaw conditions. So, when should you see one?

The first and most common reason is periodontal disease.

A periodontist’s primary job is to treat, diagnose and prevent periodontal disease. But each case of periodontal disease is not created equal. This is why in 2006 the American Academy of Periodontology released a report that divided patients into three different levels, depending on their urgency for periodontal care.

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