Kimberley Zaremba-Rabatin, D.M.D.
Dr. Zaremba-Rabatin isn’t a general dentist. She goes a step beyond, caring for the structural components in the mouth. Her focus on the gums and jaw help her patients keep teeth that might otherwise be lost, replace teeth that are damaged at the root with implants, and even cosmetically change the gumline for a more appealing smile. Her office was founded in June 1993 when she moved to her husband’s hometown of Uniontown to raise a family. Coincidentally, Uniontown is only 40 minutes from her hometown, so the area is familiar to her. Finding that there was no periodontist in the area, it seemed like a good fit for her office. She is happy to be here! Many of her patients come from referrals from other dentists, but she welcomes calls directly from patients with concerns about gums that are red, swollen, or bleeding. Chronic bad breath, teeth that are shifting or loose (in adults), pain when biting, and receding gums can all be signs of gum disease. If you have a “pocket” between the tooth and gum, temperature sensitivity in the gums or a family history of gum disease, you should see a periodontist. If you are a smoker or a diabetic you may be more prone to periodontal disease.