Wednesday, May 31, 2023

South Florida’s Medical Experts 2021: South Florida Center for Periodontics & Implant Dentistry

From left: Dr. Frederic J. Norkin, DMD; Dr. Eitan Gross, DMD; Dr. Jeffrey Ganeles, DMD, FACD; Dr. Liliana Aranguren, DDS, MDSc; Dr. Samuel Zfaz, DDS

3020 North Military Trail, Suite 200; Boca Raton; (561) 912-9993;

South Florida Center for Periodontics & Implant Dentistry is one of the country’s most highly respected periodontal practices, with a team of Board-Certified doctors offering the highest standard of care and advanced treatment. Patients can call directly to see a doctor without needing a referral.

Q. What are the strengths of your practice?

A. “Radiant smiles reflect confidence and health, and our mission is to preserve and restore smiles. Each doctor is Board-Certified in Periodontics and Dental Implant Surgery and we keep current on the latest procedures and technologies.” – Dr. Jeffrey Ganeles, DMD, FACD

Q. What is your philosophy when it comes to patient care?

A. “We believe that people should have fixed teeth for life. Our doctors control or reverse problems that can lead to tooth loosening or loss, and permanently replace teeth, transforming smiles and changing lives.” – Dr. Liliana Aranguren, DDS, MDSc

Q. What kind of services do you offer?

A. “We manage periodontal (gum) disease, correct esthetic gum problems and replace failing or missing teeth, focused on regenerative procedures. Everything we do is centered on patient experience and we focus on minimally-invasive techniques, optimizing healing and reducing recovery time.” – Dr. Samuel Zfaz, DDS

Q. How do you implement the latest technology in your practice?

A. “We utilize today’s most sophisticated dental technologies. This includes LANAP dental lasers, in-house cone beam and intraoral scanners, Yomi® Robotic Implant surgery and sedation options. We are committed to integrity and share collective wisdom and resources.” – Dr. Frederic J. Norkin, DMD

Q. How do you manage patient comfort and safety through sedation?

A. “We use anesthesia to be able to safely treat patients with complex medical problems or those requiring deeper sedation for their treatment. I also work with special needs patients, dentistry-phobic patients and those requiring extensive treatment in order to ensure the best possible experience with us.” – Dr. Eitan Gross, DMD

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