Pro Blog Post
A pro blog post is our high-level blog post offering. Meant for topics that require in-depth research or that are more technical in nature.
Use Case: Businesses and agencies use this content for more technical industries, such as legal, financial, medical, etc.
How to Order
Step 1 – Choose the word count, as well as any of the optional add-ons you’d like from the Blog Post Options section. Then, select a quantity and click “Add to cart.”
Step 2 – Once you check out, a simple order form will be emailed to you.
Step 3 – Please fill out and send back the form with the necessary information that we need to write your blog posts, such as topic, keywords and special instructions.
… And That’s It!
Once we receive your order, we will get it processed and written. Once the content writing is complete, we’ll email you the finished content. Typical turn times are 7-10 business days.
What are you waiting for? Give it a try!
Blog Post Options
Do you need content for an industry that is more technical in nature, such as legal, financial, or medical? If so, our Pro Blog Posts are perfect for those industries that are more complicated to understand or explain.
Pro blog posts are meant for topics or keywords that require in-depth research to understand. These posts include citations to sources and statistics, and they are typically used to convey educational information or company-specific content along with appropriate tone and voice.
Pro blog posts are best served for technical industries such as legal, financial, or medical and are written by our high-tier writing teams.
**If a topic is out of the scope of our expertise, we may turn down your project and refund your order.
Pro blog posts can be SEO optimized to include a keyword or keyword phrase of your choice. As with everything else we write, a pro blog post is written from scratch at the time of your order.
Pro blog posts are limited to up to 3,000 words. If you need blog posts longer than 3,000 words, please contact us for custom pricing.
What does "in-depth research" mean?
Answer: “In-depth research” means that the writer will thoroughly research to gather detailed information about the subject. In-depth research includes citations to sources or statistics within the content.
What does "technical industries" mean?
Answer: Technical industries include more complicated industries such as legal, finance, medical, etc.
What does "SEO optimized" mean?
Answer: If a keyword or keyword phrase is provided, our writers will optimize the content by strategically including the keyword a few times within the content.
Did You Pick The Right Blog Type?
Standard Blog Post
- SEO Optimized
- Keyword or Topic Focused
- General Research
- General Industries
- Standard-Tier Writers
- Up to 3,000 Words
Pro Blog PostCurrently Selected
- SEO Optimized
- Keyword or Topic Focused
- In-depth Research
- Technical Industries (legal, financial, medical, etc.)
- High-Tier Writers
- Up to 3,000 Words
Pro Blog Post Samples
The Dangers of Periodontal Disease and How Scaling and Root Planing Can Help
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), close to 50% of adult Americans suffer from some form of periodontal disease, also known as gum disease or gingivitis. This means more than 64 million people in the United States are at risk for serious health complications. Gum disease is closely linked to the health of the entire body, and treating it may mean the difference between a healthy, happy mouth and a life of concerning health problems.
Diseases Linked to Periodontal Disease
Experts originally believed that gum disease was linked to other health conditions through bacteria that entered the bloodstream. Current research supports the idea that the inflammation caused by gum disease may be the more likely culprit.
Gum disease is closely linked to systemic conditions such as:
• Diabetes – Periodontal disease makes it difficult to control blood sugar and to reduce complications from diabetes.
• Heart Disease – While there is no direct causation between the two, experts believe that inflammation caused by gingivitis may also lead to heart disease down the road.
• Osteoporosis – Studies link bone loss in the jaw from periodontal disease to osteoporosis.
• Cancer – Some studies show that people with gum disease are anywhere from 30% to 50% more likely to develop certain types of cancer.
• Respiratory Disease – Bacteria located in the oral cavity may be aspirated into the lungs, causing respiratory problems such as pneumonia.
These links suggest that treating gum disease early and efficiently may make all the difference in the overall health of the patient.
How Does Scaling and Root Planing Help?
In most cases of periodontal disease, fast, effective treatment is vital to reversing the condition or stopping its growth. Most dentists will use specialized cleaning tools to remove tartar and plaque from the teeth and gums in order to ensure a happier, healthier mouth.
Scaling is the process dentists use to remove plaque and calculus from the root and crown of the tooth. Special devices are used to clean and irrigate the area, and an antimicrobial substance may be administered in order to reduce bacteria in the mouth.
Root planing is done to remove surface dentin and cementum that is full of toxins, tartar and unwanted microorganisms. During root planing, the tooth’s root is smoothed in order to create a hostile environment in which bacteria cannot develop. Gum disease is minimized when bacteria cannot grow.
Scaling and root planing are cleaning processes that are used to remove harmful substances from the deep pockets of the gums and teeth in order to minimize risk for gum disease. After these procedures, gum pockets are often treated with antibiotics in order to promote healing.
Good Treatment, Better Health
If you are concerned that you are developing gum disease, schedule an appointment with a dentist at (Company Name) today. We are here to help you minimize the damage quickly. Call us at XXX-XXX-XXXX.
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