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We offer all current periodontal procedures, specializing in osseous surgery and laser treatment of periodontal disease, implant placement, bone grafting, sinus lifts, gingival grafting, oral surgery and extractions, crown lengthening and aesthetic procedures, as well as prevention and maintenance cleanings. 


A dental implant serves as a replacement for one or multiple teeth. It mimics the form, function and feel of a natural tooth. Implants can also be used to secure bridges or denture prosthesis, eliminating the need for removable devices.

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LANAP laser


The LANAP protocol is an FDA-cleared laser treatment that provides a successful, less painful alternative to traditional periodontal surgery.  Patients generally report to have less pain, less post-op sensitivity, less gum loss and very little down time.

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Osseous Surgery

Osseous surgery is the traditional treatment for periodontal disease. It eliminates periodontal "pockets," removes bacteria, plaque and calculus, and prevents the progression of disease and bone loss.  

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Gingival (Gum) Grafting

Gingival grafting is an aesthetic procedure to replace missing gum tissue that has been lost due to receding gums, periodontal disease or trauma. 

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Patients can relax with oral or IV sedation. 

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Cone Beam (CBCT) Imaging

Achieve more predictable treatment outcomes with CBCT 3-Dimensional imaging. 

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Crown Lengthening

Crown lengthening is a surgical procedure that makes the 'crown,' or the part of the tooth above the gumline, longer. This can be done for restorative or cosmetic purposes. 

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Dental extractions are sometimes necessary due to periodontal disease, deep cavities, trauma or malalignment. Wisdom teeth are also commonly extracted. 

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Periodontal Maintenance

Periodontal maintenance consists of regular, thorough cleanings to remove bacteria, plaque, and calculus both above the gumline and deep within the periodontal pocket after periodontal treatment. 

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