Nassau County Periodontist Dr. Marichia Attalla DDS, PC

Dr. Marichia Attalla Periodontist in Nassau County, Williston Park, NY 11596

Dr. Marichia Attalla is a leading Nassau County Periodontist who can help you to maintain your smile, or even get your smile back if you've suffered the loss of any of your permanent teeth. Accidents, injuries and periodontal disease can all take a toll on the esthetics of your smile, as well as the way that you eat and the way you talk. A skilled periodontist, such as Dr. Attalla, can repair damage and prevent future damage to your teeth and gums, which will keep you looking and feeling your best for years to come.

Having a relationship with your periodontist along with your regular dentist is the best way to ward off devastating periodontal disease. A person's periodontal health has also been shown to be associated with their overall health, having far-reaching repercussions on the rest of the body.

Dr. Attalla is one of the leaders in her field, specializing in minimally-invasive and pain-free approaches to your periodontal care. She provides a variety of great, effective services and procedures that benefit your health and well-being and the esthetics of your smile.

Outstanding Periodontal Care

Dr. Marichia Attalla provides a wide range of periodontal services from preventative treatments to the repairing of damage. She is an expert in her field, providing some of the best dental implants and implant overdentures in the area, as well as a number of non-surgical approaches for treating related conditions.
  • Dental Implants and Implant Overdentures: Implants can be used to replace a single lost tooth, a bridge or even an entire set of teeth. They are an amazing alternative to dentures. For patients that already have dentures and are pleased with them, implant overdentures are an economical option that can help with issues caused by poorly-fitting false teeth.
  • Bone Grafting and Gum Grafting: The latest techniques and technology are utilized for both bone and gum grafting. Bone grafting is sometimes necessary prior to inserting an implant and is also used to repair bone loss caused by periodontitis. Gum grafting repairs the unsightly aftermath of receded gums and remedies sensitive tooth issues that result from exposed roots.
  • Tooth Extraction: When teeth need to come out, a newer technique known as atraumatic extraction is used in order to preserve the socket as much as possible. The technique is quick and painless. Plus, it makes adding implants much easier, speeds the healing process and decreases recovery time.
  • Cosmetic Crown Lengthening: Along with these reparative surgeries, cosmetic crown lengthening is also provided to improve unappealing "gummy" smiles. All of these surgeries are outpatient in nature and you can typically get back to your daily routine right away.
  • Non-Surgical Treatments: Today, there are several non-surgical approaches that can be used to treat gum disease and gingivitis. Dr. Attalla provides both scaling treatments along with root-planing. Scaling is a type of deep cleaning and root-planing smooths out uneven surfaces on your teeth to stop bacteria from congregating there. Both of these methods are quick, painless and some of the best ways to prevent periodontitis - the most severe form of periodontal disease, which often leads to the loss of teeth.
Dr. Attalla works closely with her patients to create personalized treatment plans, always keeping their needs in mind. Treatment plans all begin with an extensive assessment of your oral health. This is true whether you have a common periodontal condition like gum disease or if you have more advanced forms of periodontal disease requiring extensive repair. She even provides painless periodontal treatments for children to get the entire family off on the right foot when it comes to oral health.

Insurance Claims Processed for You!

Not only does Dr. Marichia Attalla strive to make periodontal surgeries and treatments as pain-free as possible from start to finish, but she also strives to make the entire process less painful on your wallet. The office accepts almost all insurance plans and programs. If your insurance is not on the list of accepted plans, please let us know!

To further decrease the stress often associated with periodontal care, the office will take care of all of the necessary insurance paperwork for you. Many different forms of payment are accepted for your convenience and financing options are also available to those that qualify.

Pain-Free and Stress-Free

No one should be discouraged from getting the proper periodontal care due to the fear of pain. Untreated periodontal disease is actually substantially more painful than the treatments and even more painful than reparative surgery. Most periodontal surgeries require only a local anesthetic to perform. After the surgery, any minor pain and swelling can be managed with over-the-counter medications. Only a few surgeries even require prescription medications. Dentistry and oral surgery have both made great strides in recent years in order to keep your teeth healthy while cutting down on the stress. Dr. Attalla genuinely cares about your experience and will walk you through every step, no matter the case.

Contact Dr. Marichia Attalla Periodontist on Long Island

Schedule A Free Consultation Today!

If you have any questions or concerns about your oral health that you believe a Nassau County Periodontist can answer, then please contact Dr. Marichia Attalla right away. Schedule a free consultation today and she will assess your periodontal needs, creating a completely personalized and pain-free plan just for you. Caring for your teeth and gums isn't something you should put off until later.

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Patient Testimonials

Thank you for recent email newsletter explaining the difference between tartar and plaque. I think the general public needs a great deal of dental information which they do learn in their normal daily lives.

My first implant was so successful that I am planning to start the next one this summer. You have provided me with excellent dental care in all aspects.

I also want to put in a good word for Denise who has been my dental hygienist for twenty years. I grew old watching her family grow up. I feel like a part of the family.

-Paul Wolski
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