Periodontist - Sacramento, CA

Dedicated to Our Craft.
Inspired by Our Patients

Welcome to Aria Dental Implants & Perio, where your oral health and comfort are our top priorities. For more than two decades, our commitment to serving the community has resulted in a devoted dental family. Our architect-designed office, adorned with stunning local art pieces, adds to the warm and inviting ambiance we provide for our valued patients.

We understand that dental procedures can cause anxiety and discomfort, which is why we strive to offer extra levels of comfort and personalized care such as warm towels, to ensure you can relax and feel at ease. Our goal is to create a healthy mouth and a smile that radiates confidence so you can enjoy life with a smile you can be proud of!

Meet the Doctor

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Transformative Experiences with
Smiles That Speak Volumes

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Dental Implants

For patients with missing or failing teeth who are exploring their tooth replacement options, dental implants offer a permanent solution to tooth loss. Dental implants are the closest thing to your own natural teeth, providing full function with natural-looking esthetics that will blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile.

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Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures combine the stability of dental implants with the convenience of dentures. These dentures are securely attached to dental implants that are surgically placed into the jawbone, providing a strong and stable foundation. Implant-supported dentures offer improved chewing efficiency, enhanced comfort, and increased confidence by eliminating the concerns of slipping or shifting dentures.

Implant Supported Dentures
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Periodontal Pocket Microscopy

Periodontal Pocket Microscopy is a non-invasive dental diagnostic technique used to analyze the bacterial profile within the crevices of a patient’s teeth. This method allows dentists to identify the presence of harmful bacteria that may lead to periodontal disease and treat it accordingly.

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