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Santa Monica Periodontics & Implant Surgery

Serving  Santa Monica, Brentwood, Malibu, Bel-Air and Surrounding Cities

Welcome to Santa Monica Periodontics & Implant Surgery, where we focus on preventive care and complete smile transformations! As one of the premier providers of periodontics in Santa Monicayour oral health is the top priority here at our periodontal office. Dr. Ricardo Raschkovsky, Dr. Lionell Greenberg, and the rest of our periodontal team offer the Santa Monica, Malibu, Brentwood, Bel-Air, and West L.A. communities the best personal care, a wealth of experience, compassionate services, and a relaxing patient experience. 

Our dedicated doctors and staff care for each customer as an individual. Our approach combines effective periodontal care therapy with many years of experience, so that our patients enjoy effective and long-lasting gum health and a better quality of life!

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Gum Treatments and Services in Santa Monica

Santa Monica Periodontics & Implant Surgery provides specialized care for gum, jaw, and overall tooth health. Periodontal (gum) disease is a common issue among all ages, which is why we concentrate on cleanings and therapies designed to eradicate or treat gum disease before it becomes a problem. Periodontal disease is a progressive disease ranging from gum inflammation to significant conditions that result in damage to the gums and bone, and it is the leading cause of tooth loss.

Some of our popular services include:  

Because we take a comprehensive approach to treating our patients, we don’t just look at the teeth but instead look at the overall health of the mouth. Bacterial infection can develop unnoticed, but with our help this “invisible” threat can be safely removed.


What to Expect from a Periodontist

The doctors and staff of Santa Monica Periodontics & Implant Surgery believe healthy teeth and gums are the foundation of good health. Our educated professionals are committed to providing long-lasting treatments to prevent gum disease, and effectively treat gum health issues. We always treat the patient, not just the gums, and we will never suggest or perform unnecessary procedures.

We also want our patients to enjoy their time with us, so we focus on creating a warm and welcoming environment through delivering on-time appointments, prompt service, and open communication. Dr. Greenberg, Dr. Raschkovsky and staff keep current with technological advancements and trends, ensuring our patients receive only the best care. A customized treatment plan designed with the patient's needs in mind is established during consultations, so that all parties are aware of any problems, as well as all available solutions. And since periodontists manage the soft tissue, our patients experience only gentle and compassionate care whether they are receiving non-surgical therapies or are having dental implants placed.

We are proud of the relationships we have with our established patients – please check out our patient reviews  and discover for yourself what people are saying about our practice! 

Contact Santa Monica Periodontics today to schedule an appointment. We accept patients from Santa Monica and surrounding areas.


Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm


Santa Monica Periodontics & Implant Surgery

2901 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 405
Santa MonicaCA90403
Phone: 310-829-4496
staff@santamonicaperio.com

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Learn More About Santa Monica Implant DentistryReplace Your Missing or Damaged Teeth Dental implants are the state-of the-art technique for replacing missing teeth. Before we had dental implants, teeth were replaced with fixed bridges or removable partials (prostheses). A dental implant is essentially an artificial tooth root which is attached to the jaw bone. Eventually, a replacement tooth or bridge will be firmly fixed to this root, restoring complete function to the tooth. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to...

A periodontist is a dentist who specializes in the soft tissues of the mouth and the underlying jawbone which supports the teeth.  A dentist must first graduate from an accredited dental school before undertaking an additional three years of study within a periodontology residency training program, in order to qualify as a periodontist. The primary focus of this residency training is on both surgical and non surgical management of periodontal disease and the placement of dental implants. Conditions Treated by a Periodontist The...

Treatment of BruxismBruxism refers to an oral parafunctional activity that occurs in most humans at some point in their lives.   Grinding of the teeth and clenching of the jaw are the two main characteristics of this condition, which can occur during the day or at night. Bruxism is one of the most common known sleep disorders and causes most of its damage during sleeping hours.  The clenching and grinding which accompanies bruxism is symptomatic of a malfunctioning chewing reflex, which is turned off in non-sufferers when sleeping.  For...

 MaintenanceIt only takes twenty four hours for plaque that is not removed from your teeth to turn into calculus (tartar)!  Daily home cleaning helps control plaque and tartar formation, but those hard to reach areas will always need special attention. Once your periodontal treatment has been completed, your periodontist and dental hygienist will recommend that you have regular maintenance cleanings (periodontal cleanings), usually four times a year.  At these cleaning appointments, the pocket depths will be carefully checked to ensure that...

The term “periodontal” means “around the tooth.”  Periodontal disease (also known as periodontitis and gum disease) is a common inflammatory condition that affects the supporting and surrounding soft tissues of the tooth, eventually affecting the jawbone itself in the disease’s most advanced stages. Periodontal disease is most often preceded by gingivitis which is a bacterial infection of the gum tissue.  A bacterial infection affects the gums when the toxins contained in plaque begin to irritate and inflame the gum tissues.  Once this...

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What will happen at my first visit?

We will complete a thorough examination to measure for bone loss, loose teeth or other signs of infection. You will be asked to complete a personal health history. ...Read More

We will be as gentle as possible. The periodontal exam can be done with little or no discomfort. ...Read More

We will need current periodontal x-rays in order to see disease not otherwise visible. ...Read More

Since all patients are different, your Periodontist must complete your examination before establishing your treatment plan and the fee for care. ...Read More

Dental insurance policies often cover periodontal treatment. Bring a dental claim form to your examination appointment. Upon request, we will submit a claim to predetermine your insurance benefits; however, most plans do not require this. ...Read More

Not everyone needs periodontal surgery. If treated early, gum disease can be controlled without surgery. We will make recommendations based on your individual situation. ...Read More

The recent advances in periodontal treatment allow us to successfully treat most teeth. ...Read More

Our office and your Dentist will work closely together. If crowns and fillings are needed your Dentist will provide them. Regular visits to your Dentist are an important part of periodontal maintenance. ...Read More

Periodontal disease is a progressive, painless infection. Delay can cause you further bone loss and more expense. If your teeth are lost, dentures are never as effective as your own teeth. ...Read More

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