Providing The Highest Quality Periodontal Care
What Sets Us Apart
We offer a variety of procedures in the treatment of periodontal disease. We all take great pleasure in helping our patients achieve lifelong dental health. Our greatest goal is to give you the healthy, beautiful smile that you’ve always wanted. We understand that choosing to receive periodontal care is a big decision, and we respect your reasons for wanting to improve the way you look and feel.
Meet Dr. Madan
As a periodontist, Dr. Monika Madan truly cares about your oral health. She has completed additional studying and testing for her specialized credentials as a periodontist. This, in addition to her dedication to her patients, allows her to provide highly compassionate, personalized care.
How We Help
If you’ve been diagnosed with gum disease, there are a variety of treatment options depending on the details of your situation and the severity of the problem. We’re proud to combine minimally-invasive treatments with the latest technology to offer the best care available.
People are living longer than ever, and while regular brushing, flossing, and checkups allow many of us to maintain our natural smiles for a lifetime, sometimes our teeth just can’t keep up. If you’ve lost a tooth (or a few teeth) due to injury or disease, dental implants can rejuvenate both your smile and your oral health.
When we think of cosmetic surgery, we tend to focus on the cheeks, eyes, and nose. But there are some appearance enhancements that a cosmetic surgeon can’t make — those having to do with your teeth. As more people look to improve their appearance through surgery, cosmetic dentistry and periodontology are experiencing a rise in popularity. In fact, a poll conducted by the American Academy of Periodontology found that smile enhancement procedures outnumbered eyelid surgeries five to one.
Advanced, untreated gum disease degrades the tissues and bone structures surrounding the teeth and very often causes tooth loss. But the effects of gum disease can be felt well beyond the mouth and jaw. Research links gum disease to a variety of systemic conditions that affect overall health, including heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis. We refer to this as the mouth-body connection.