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We want our Carmichael dental patients to know that we always pay attention to the comments made on our various social media websites, such as Facebook, Twitter and this blog. This is one place where you don’t want to feel like your question is “a dumb question.” If you have a problem and it relates to your dental care, the Marconi Dental Group and its caring dentists want to know about it! Post your dental question and one of us will get back to you with a professional reply as soon as possible.

Of course, we like to think that our website is also an excellent resource for information about dental health and dental procedures. For example, our website has a large section on Invisalign, orthodontics that use clear aligners to correct crooked teeth, instead of the wires and metal attachments common to braces. We also have sections and pages dedicated to the following subjects:

Popular Topics at the Marconi Dental Group

This is not a complete list and you can use the search function found on nearly every page to find exactly what you might be looking for. Our selection of articles grows every week and will continue to include topics of interest to our Carmichael dentists, patients and the public at large. Feel free to add your thoughts on topics you would like to learn more about! Whether your question is about a specific procedure, a comparison of the advantages of one treatment option or another, or a request for information about how you can become a dentist, a dental technician or any other member of a dental office staff, we are more than happy to assist you.

Communication is the primary way to develop trust, relationships and friends. All of these things are important to the practice of the Marconi Dental Group. We look forward to sharing with you about why we love dentistry and hearing your questions, comments and experiences. So go below and leave a comment! You can also look us up on Facebook or on Twitter (@MarconiDental — send us a tweet!). The Marconi Dental Group — your dental resource!

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I recently had a dental appointment and have wondered about the reasons for measuring gum pockets and how it is done. Can you tell me?

Marconi Dental Group

Gum pockets are measured for depth with a small dental probe. To quote Dr. Alizadeh: “A gum pocket that measures 1-3 mm is considered normal and healthy if it is not bleeding. 4-5mm is considered gingivitis or gum tissue that is inflamed, and any pocket depth over 5mm is usually accompanied with bleeding and loss of attachment and that is periodontitis or severe gum disease. There are other criteria that we look for to evaluate the health of the periodontium, but the main points are pocket depth, and whether the pocket bleeds or not when probed.”

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