Greenwood Village Gum Disease Dentist

Expert treatment and quality care

Get comprehensive gum disease treatment

Gum disease (also known as periodontal disease) is a bacterial infection of the gums that, if left untreated, can damage the bone that support your teeth.

Whether you’re suffering from the early signs of gingivitis or have severe damage and deterioration from years of gum disease, our expert team can help. Book online now or call us at (303) 220-7662 to schedule a consultation.

Kind words from our patients

Dr. Zervas, his colleagues, and his staff are an amazing group of people. They are highly professional, friendly, and know how to put you at ease. I have had nothing but great dental treatment.
— Athena K.
This is an incredible practice. Friendly, professional, and personable employees. No rush, thorough explanations of treatment and options. I am thankful I found them after a bad experience elsewhere.

— Ben H.

These folks definitely know what they are doing and are very honest about the options available. They truly care about the well-being of your teeth and your pocketbook. Highly recommend.
— Daniel C.

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Transparent pricing

We happily work with insured and non-insured patients and can help answer your questions.

A Dental Spa

Escape into our relaxing environment and enjoy a menu of patient amenities just for you. 

State-of-the-art tech

Comfortable digital x-rays done in seconds! Results in better diagnosis for personalized care.

Kids are cool

Bring in your tiny toothbrush warriors! They’ll love our kid-friendly amenities.

What causes gum disease?

Periodontal disease is most commonly caused by a buildup of plaque – a thick film of bacteria – on the gums and teeth. Gum disease can be caused by a number of factors, including the following:

  • $Smoking and tobacco use
  • $Diabetes
  • $Stress
  • $Genetic factors
  • $Crooked teeth
  • $Certain medications
  • $Hormonal changes, especially in women

Diagnosis requires an examination and consultation by one of our qualified gum disease dentists, who can determine the best treatment plan for your unique smile.

Paying for care

Payment Options

Although Village Dental is in-network with Delta Premier, we are a fee-for-service practice. That means payment is due at the time of your appointment and our office team will bill your provider. Any reimbursement will be sent to you directly from your insurance company.

Will my dental insurance pay for gum disease treatment?

Many dental insurance plans will cover a percentage of your periodontal treatment. However, this depends on your unique insurance situation and whether or not you’ve reached your yearly cap. Our team is here to help you by estimating your out-of-pocket costs based on your insurance plan. Don’t hesitate to call us and learn more: (303) 220-7662.

FREE Whitening

Whitening for life 

  • NVisit Village Dental for a dental cleaning & exam
  • NTake home a complimentary custom whitening kit
  • NBook a cleaning every 6 months and we'll refill your whitening gel

Visit Us

We’re conveniently located in the Denver Tech Center area. Find us on the 4th floor of the Triad Office Park building. Plenty of free parking available.

5670 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 404
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

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Monday–Thursday: 7AM–3PM

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Frequently Asked Questions

More questions? We’re ready to help. Give us a call at (303) 220-7662 or book your free consultation now.

Is gum disease common?
Yes, gum disease is extremely common. According to the CDC, more than 47% of adults over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease.
What are the signs of gum disease?
Some of the most common signs of gum disease include: bleeding gums (especially when flossing or brushing), persistent bad breath, tooth sensitivity, bright red or inflamed gums, pain while chewing or talking, receding gums, and loose teeth. If you notice any of these symptoms you should visit a periodontist to get diagnosed and treated.
What is the difference between gingivitis and periodontitis?
Gingivitis describes the early stages of gum disease when excess plaque begins to form around the base of the teeth, leading to gum inflammation and discomfort. Periodontitis occurs when gingivitis has gone untreated. In this stage, small holes begin to form between the teeth and gums, allowing harmful bacteria to build up and lead to bone loss.
What are the best gum disease treatments?
Most periodontal treatments involve deep cleaning of plaque and any existing spaces between the teeth and gums, along with a comprehensive at-home dental care plan. For more extreme cases, your gum disease dentist may recommend surgical removal of damaged tissue and reconstruction of the bone.
How can I prevent gum disease?
The best way to prevent gum disease is to practice daily at-home dental care such as brushing, flossing, and using a quality mouthwash. It’s also important to come in and get professional cleanings and exams twice a year.