The Care and Comfort You Deserve

Living your best life means enjoying all the confidence that comes with a healthy, attractive smile. Periodontal problems can cause stress, anxiety, and physical discomfort in a way that prevents our patients from enjoying their fullest possible quality of life. At Dion Health, we offer you a highly advanced form of periodontal care, utilizing treatment modalities that integrate art, technology, and science to create incredible results.

If you’d like to learn more about what Dion Health can do for you, or are ready to get started with a comprehensive treatment plan that safeguards your orofacial wellbeing for years to come, reach out and get started with your initial consultation today.

Gum Recession Solutions

Gum recession is one of the most common oral issues. It can impact your appearance and the quality of your smile in a number of ways, which is why we’re proud to offer some of the most technologically advanced treatment modalities available.

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Autogenous Grafting

When gum recession has led to root exposure, autogenous grafting can utilize gum tissue from other parts of the mouth to repair the problem and restore your health.

Biological Material Grafting

We offer the most advanced methods for tissue grafting, utilizing biomaterials that enable our patients to restore their gumlines and enjoy enhanced oral wellbeing.

Autogenous & Non-Autogenous PRF

Gum recession can be very effectively addressed with the use of platelet-rich fibrin, which can be created from your own tissues or from safe and advanced biomaterials.

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Periodontal Disease Treatments

Sometimes deeper problems can arise, requiring that we call upon our extensive skill with periodontal treatments to address and restore your mouth’s deeper structures.


This FDA-approved laser treatment gives us a way to address periodontal issues with a more comfortable and less invasive alternative to traditional surgery, for quick and effective results.

Guided Bone Regeneration

Guided bone regeneration enables us to ensure that your jaw can sufficiently support the placement of a new implant after a tooth has been lost or extracted.

Guided Tissue Regeneration

If periodontal disease has impacted the health and integrity of your gums, bone, and other oral tissues, guided tissue regeneration can help enhance the health and lifespan of your teeth.

Ridge Augmentation

This technique is typically performed after a tooth has been extracted, and enables us to recreate your natural jawline and gums for ideal implant placement.

Sinus Lift

Sometimes also known as a sinus augmentation, this procedure gives us the ability to properly place dental implants, so you can enjoy a healthy and attractive smile for years to come.


PRF—which refers to “platelet-rich fibrin”—can be created using your body’s own tissues and helps with tissue regeneration, wound healing, and much more.

Dental Care Kesha W.

When I’m dealing with a run-of-the-mill dental issue—or need something more serious like an implant, bridge, or crown—I know I can trust the Dion Health network to provide me with the most advanced techniques, for results that last.

Medical Care Dianne M.

I found myself dealing with a number of medical issues that I had no idea were so directly tied to my sense of oral wellbeing. The professionals at Dion Health helped me resolve my clenching and grinding, leading to better sleep and a more enjoyable lifestyle.

Cosmetic Care Justin A.

Showing off a glowing smile has me feeling more confident than I’ve ever felt in my life. Dion Health has fully rehabilitated my smile, resolving all my cosmetic issues with long-term solutions and helping me enjoy the self-esteem I deserve.

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