Pittsford, New York

Finger Lakes Periodontics and Implant Dentistry

Finger Lakes Periodontics and Implant Dentistry

600 Kreag Rd
Pittsford, NY 14534
(585) 248-8195
Finger Lakes Periodontics and Implant Dentistry, Periodontics, Health and Beauty, Pittsford, New York

At Finger Lakes Periodontics, your smile is their priority. Led by dentists Sean W. Meitner, DDS, and Gabriela Ciornei, DDS, the Geneva, NY-based practice is devoted to high-quality restorative, preventative, and cosmetic treatments. Believing in preventative care as a foundation for dental health, they focus on providing thorough exams, x-rays, dental cleanings, and educating patients on oral care habits. For them, dental health and beauty go hand in hand.

Both dentists have strong ties to the Greater Rochester area. Dr. Meitner received much of his experience here. After graduating from Marquette University, he continued his studies at Eastman Dental Center – University of Rochester, where he now serves as an associate professor of periodontology. Dr. Ciornei received her first degree in Romania, before immigrating to the U.S. and completing residencies at Eastman Dental Center. She also teaches locally and is recognized in the Rochester community for her dental journal publications and excellence in dental work.

Finger Lakes Periodontics is a proud member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Implant Dentistry, New York State Dental Association, and numerous other societies and clubs where they maintain an active relationship. To ensure they always provide the highest standard of service, their staff regularly attends dental lectures and conventions and receives on-going training.

Finger Lakes Periodontics is available for a variety of dental procedures, including dental implants. For a dentist appointment, give them a call at (314) 789-2380 or schedule one online. As educators and highly skilled practitioners, they hope you’ll consider their website a resource for learning more about dental health and treatments.

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