Periodontist Toronto – Dr. Raman Kohli
Periodontist Dr. Raman Kohli specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating periodontal diseases that affect the gums and jawbone
Periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss
Dr. Kohli is a Board Certified Specialist in Periodontology who has been practicing dentistry for more than 20 years. After receiving his dental degree from the University of Toronto, he has established himself as one of the most distinguished periodontists in North America.
His educational background includes the renowned Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine, where he earned a Masters in Oral Biology and Periodontology. As a resident, Dr. Kohli was recognized by Boston University as the top graduating resident in the field of periodontology and was selected to compete for the title of the top graduating resident in the country.
Dr. Raman Kohli is a leading authority on periodontal care and implant therapy. He has lectured widely to dental professionals on a variety of topics, including aesthetic crown lengthening and suturing. His practical approach to periodontal diagnosis and treatment planning is evident in his authored chapter on scaling and root planning in the textbook Practical Periodontal Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. Dr. Kohli’s commitment to excellence in dentistry is evident in his work as a guest lecturer for specialty programs at the Universities of British Columbia, Manitoba, and Toronto.
Our experienced team of dentists is devoted to ensuring each patient receives the best in dental care and a pain-free experience every time.
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Stop the progression of periodontal disease by recognizing the four stages. To maintain your oral health, schedule teeth cleanings, and check-ups twice a year, brush twice daily, and floss every day. Periodontal disease can easily be treated if detected early on.
It’s been estimated that four out of five people have periodontal disease without even being aware. It is the leading cause of tooth loss and can potentially lead to more serious conditions like a stroke, bacterial pneumonia, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. If you notice any of the other following symptoms, contact us immediately.
Even if you brush your teeth vigorously or use dental floss, your gums shouldn’t bleed, swell or deepen in colour.
Any changes to your permanent teeth are likely caused by bone loss or weak periodontal fibres
Bad breath is often caused by a build-up of bacteria in the mouth leading to problematic infections.
If you notice pus in your mouth, this is a sign that there is a periodontal infection present, and you need to seek treatment from a periodontal dentist as soon as possible.
If you notice a loss of your gums around a tooth, a bacterial infection has likely begun, see a periodontist as soon as possible to avoid progressive periodontal disease.
Plaque, calculus, and bacteria irritate the gums and teeth, making your gums tender and causing discomfort or pain in your mouth. This tenderness or discomfort could be a sign or symptom of many oral health issues, so contact Bond Street Dental for a dental evaluation at your earliest convenience. The sooner we can treat any dental disease, the better.
Periodontists perform various treatments to stop gum disease from spreading, replace missing teeth, and improve a patient’s smile that has been ravaged by periodontal disease.
The periodontist at Bond Street Dental specializes in the precise placement of natural-looking dental implants.
Recontouring hard tissue to make the smile both natural-looking and aesthetically pleasing
Removing tissues or straightening the gum line to make teeth look more even, for toothy smiles
In some cases, the placement of dental implants will require bone grafting. If bone loss has occurred due to periodontal disease, bone grafting will help properly secure the implant in a patient’s jawbone.
As gingivitis and periodontitis progress, it’s hard to clean pockets between soft tissues and teeth scale and root plane teeth (sometimes under local anesthetic) to remove debris/infection-causing bacteria
To expose more of natural tooth remove some of surrounding gingival tissue
As a new patient, you will receive a Free Comprehensive Consultation with our periodontist in order to determine the best treatment for YOU.