Best 30 Periodontists in Santa Rosa, CA with Reviews - YP.com
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07/18/2014
By: marynn994
Santa Rosa Dental Implant Center
I have been a patient of Dr. Murray for the better half of 10 years. I have had an implant and many other procedures done. By following her professional advice, I have never been in for any repeat work. Dr. Murray has always been professional in her interactions and her staff is well trained and knowledgeable. Plus, there is a coffee machine in the waiting room!
07/11/2014
By: duanee866
Santa Rosa Dental Implant Center
She was amazing with mom and installing her 3 implants. The work was phenomenal and my mom was so happy! Even after my mom’s pain was minimal and it was an easy recovery. My mom and I would DEFINITLEY recommend her.
07/04/2014
By: dbrad191
Santa Rosa Dental Implant Center
Everyone in the office is great! Both my husband and I have dental anxiety and Dr. Murray's offcie staff do a great job with us. I can't tell you how many times I have recommended this office to friends that need periodontal work done.
06/23/2014
By: Imichael L.
Santa Rosa Dental Implant Center
Awesome expeiience! I went in on a referral by 1-800-DENTISTS and could not have been more happy! Appointments we ON TIME and the staff plus Dr. Murray explained everything to me in great detail! Granted, the drugs helped, but she pulled my tooth out today and I feel great! I HIGHLY recommend it!
06/19/2014
By: sluis741
Santa Rosa Dental Implant Center
Excellent experience! Dr. Murray extracted my tooth and did an implant the same day. Her staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. I would recommend Dr. Murray to anyone looking for a great dentist with lots of experience.
06/19/2014
By: crystall659
Santa Rosa Dental Implant Center
I was in Santa Rosa not too long ago on business and i ended breaking my tooth. I was frantic and in pain, a colleague of mine who lives in the area had recommended me to Dr. Murray. I called her frantic and her staff was lovely. Ashley told me that they were booked the whole day but would make sure that they could find an opening to see me right away. She got back to me in 10 minutes and told me she was able to get me in with the doc. When I saw Dr. Murray she really inspired confidence, her level of knowledge and skill was incredible, she didn't waste time trying to sell me anything and told me my options. Since I speak and talk for a living the only option for me was implants, but I was afraid of the time it would take. Boy was I wrong!!!! In less than two hours she had me with an implant and crown all in one sitting! The best part was she put me under!!!! I woke up and we were done. I just wish I lived up here so she can be my regular dentist.
Tips & Advices
To prevent periodontal disease, it's important to brush your teeth after meals, since this prevents food debris from getting lodged between your teeth and gums and causing plaque. Daily flossing should also be a key part of your oral health regimen, since this removes food particles and plaque that a toothbrush may not be able to reach. Smoking increases the risk of gum disease, so avoid this habit if you want to maintain healthy gums.
Certain periodontal treatments are completely painless and gentle enough to be administered without anesthesia. Treatments such as deep scaling, root planing, and those involving surgery are performed with the help of a local anesthetic or a sedative.
One of the most common types of treatments performed by periodontists is gum grafting. This is a surgical procedure that grafts your gum tissue to reverse gum recession, and it can prevent further recession and bone loss. Periodontists also perform laser treatment for gum disease, dental implant installation, pocket reduction procedures, and dental crown lengthening.
In periodontal treatment that involves surgery, many periodontists use a local anesthetic that works to completely numb the area being treated. Oral or IV sedation can also be used, and with this approach, you'll either be completely asleep, or drift in and out of sleep while the procedure is being performed.
Gum disease can be treated with the help of a dentist or periodontist. If gum disease is in its early stages, a professional cleaning will remove tartar before it leads to infection that can cause a more serious condition. With advanced cases of gum disease, infected gums can be treated with scaling and root planing.

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