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Larry A. Johnson, DDS

Personalized Care With A Gentle Touch

Larry A. Johnson, DDS

25-A Green Hollow Road
Danielson, CT 06239
(860) 779-0374
Larry A. Johnson, DDS, Periodontics, Health and Beauty, Danielson, Connecticut

For personalized dental care with a gentle touch, residents of Danielson, CT, turn to Larry A. Johnson, DDS. This dentist specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of oral health diseases related to the gums, from gingivitis to cancer. With more than 35 years of experience in the field as a periodontics, Dr. Johnson has long pursued his dedication to providing patients with advanced dentistry care that doesn’t just meet, but exceeds, their expectations.

Larry A. Johnson, DDS, offers specialty services devoted to restoring and enhancing the natural health of your teeth and gums. In addition to an array of state-of-the-art periodontal disease treatments, Dr. Johnson also provides dental implant planning using cutting edge digital X-rays, as well as TMJ diagnosis and care. Whatever you turn to him for, you can expect attentive service that puts you at ease.

Dr. Johnson holds a degree in dentistry and a post-graduate degree in periodontics. As a member of the American Academy of Periodontology and the American Dental Society, he takes his commitment to providing top-quality advanced dentistry services seriously. He is always working to stay up-to-date on the latest advanced dentistry methods and technology.

While working to improve his expertise, Larry A. Johnson, DDS, also emphasizes the importance of education for his patients. He and his team will provide you with the resources you need to nurture healthy teeth and gums. You can find useful information on their website—and they are always happy to answer questions. If you have a query or would like to make an appointment, call the Danielson, CT, clinic at (860) 779-0374.

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How Tooth Replacement Will Benefit You Mentally, ,
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The temporomandibular joints — TMJ — sit on either side of the face below the ears. The joints connect the lower jaw to the rest of the skull. Problems with the more
The temporomandibular joint is one of the most unique joints in the body, capable of both circular and static up and down movements. Unfortunately, the unique nature of this more
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Periodontal disease is an advanced stage of gum disease that can lead to tooth loss if left unaddressed. Larry A. Johnson, DDS, specializes in the treatment of conditions more
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Gum grafting isn’t the most well-known procedure performed by a dentist, but it’s a significant one. Your gums are just as important to your dental health as your teeth, and this more
Numerous dental procedures rely on a strong jawbone to be completed successfully. If a patient’s bone is too weak, bone grafting may be necessary. This is a process in which a more
Gum grafting is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that repairs receding gums. There are several possible causes of gum recession, but this surgery can effectively reverse the more
Would you know if you were one of the millions of Americans living with periodontal disease? Research has shown up to half of all American adults are living with some form of the more
Jaw pain, or Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (TMJ), can lead to headaches, earaches, and additional discomfort. Although direct injury to the joint is a common cause of jaw& more
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