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Jacksonville, FL Periodontist, Dr. Walter Wood, Helps Prevent Tooth Loss with Laser Gum Disease Treatment at First Coast Periodontics, P.A.
Date:8/5/2013

to exhibit a “sunken in” appearance to their face as the jaw bone deteriorates. This can make it harder for people to speak properly and can also increase the appearance and signs of aging. Dr. Wood works closely with his patients to prevent such situations, and he believes that LANAP can play a big role in that effort. You can learn more about LANAP and its benefits at First Coast Periodontics’ website, http://www.Jacksonville-periodontist.com.

About The Doctor

First Coast Periodontics, P.A. is a periodontal practice that has provided personalized dental care to patients in Jacksonville, Florida for over 22 years. Dr. Walter Wood received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University, graduated from the University of Florida Dental School, and completed his certificate in Periodontics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Wood is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the most recent FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease treatment. First Coast Periodontics is a practice limited to periodontics, including dental implants. To learn more about First Coast Periodontics and their dental services, please visit http://www.jacksonville-periodontist.com and call (904) 416-1436.

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