Periodontics, LLC is proud to be one of the premier offices in the country specializing in dental implants, cosmetic and reconstructive periodontics, cosmetic oral plastic surgery, periodontal disease and periodontal reconstructive surgery.
“Dr. Brodala is incredible! I saw her last year for a gum graft and could not have been more pleased. She immediately puts her patients at ease with her gentle and calm demeanor. I had the procedure on a Friday and she actually called me over the weekend to be sure I was doing okay!! What doctor does that????? She is simply the best!”
“Dr Russo and his staff are top-notch and do what is needed to help with pain management and assure that you have a comfortable experience. Highly recommend!”
“This being my first implant I was nervous but was immediately set at ease by Dr. Marinello's calm and knowing bedside manner. His dentistry skill was truly a magnificent experience. With precision and remarkable know how the implant was completed and now well over a year later I can attest to the excellent results! Great work!”
“Absolutely the best doctors. I got a job done professionally in the superlative, including the aesthetics of post-surgery teeth. Excellent care, dedicated doctors and nurses”
``I am squeamish about shots, novocaine, dental work, etc, and Dr. Weber made me feel so safe and comfortable, I will never forget that. He is so knowledgeable, trustworthy, comforting, friendly.``
Cosmetic oral surgery procedures we offer.
There are a number of procedures we can perform to improve the aesthetics of your face and smile. These include: Crown lengthening, soft tissue grafts, ridge augmentation.
If your teeth look too short and your smile is too gummy or your gums cover too much of some teeth while leaving the others the right length, crown lengthening might be the solution. During this procedure, excess gum tissue is removed to expose more of the crown of the tooth. Your gum line is then sculpted.
In some cases, receding gums cause the tooth root to become exposed, which makes your teeth look long and unsightly. Periodontal disease is sometimes the culprit behind long teeth and exposed roots. Soft tissue grafts and other root coverage procedures are designed to cover exposed roots, to reduce further gum recession and to protect vulnerable roots from decay.
Dental implants are a more natural looking option compared to dentures or bridges because implants look and feel just like your own teeth. They also allow you to speak and eat with comfort and confidence. Implants involve placing an artificial root into your jaw, and after a healing period, an artificial tooth is attached to the root.