Periodontists Serving Pomona, NY

Dr. Sid Tucker and Dr. Raphael Csillag are proud to provide experienced periodontal services to patients in Pomona, NY. Our doctors have placed more dental implants and treated more periodontal cases than most offices in the US. In addition to implant placement, our doctors provide bone grafting, gum grafting, and tooth extractions. Hudson Valley Periodontics & Implantology is conveniently located in Bardonia, a short drive from Pomona, NY.

Call us today to schedule your appointment!

Frequently Asked Questions About Periodontics in Pomona, NY

What does a periodontist do?

A periodontist is a dentist who specializes in diagnosing and treating gum disease, along with other diseases and conditions found in the supporting structures of the teeth. Periodontists also specialize in the placement of dental implants.

What type of procedures does a periodontist perform?

At Hudson Valley Periodontics & Implantology, we offer patients from Pomona scaling and root planinglaser gum therapy, and periodontal maintenance programs for gum disease. We also provide a number of periodontal treatments that restore the health and/or appearance of your gums and jaw, including bone graftinggum graftingbone regeneration, and crown lengthening. We offer tooth extractions with ridge preservation, and can place dental implants to restore your extracted tooth.

What is the difference between a dentist and a periodontist?

General dentists and periodontists both graduate from dental school, but a periodontist goes on to receive two to three additional years of education and training in order to specialize in treating gums and implant dentistry.

Is a periodontist covered by insurance?

In most cases, medically necessary periodontal treatment is covered by insurance. The best way to find out if your treatment is covered is to call your dental insurance company directly. Our team is also happy to help you understand your benefits and any out-of-pocket costs.

Can gum disease be cured?

When treated in its early stages with scaling and root planing, gum disease can be cured before any lasting damage occurs. If gum disease is more advanced, the active infection can be cured, but the damage it has caused will need to be addressed with additional periodontal procedures.

What are the common signs of gum disease?

The most common signs of gum disease include swelling, redness, bleeding, bad breath, and gum recession. As gum disease progresses, you may notice that your teeth feel loose and shift in your mouth, which can eventually lead to tooth loss.

See What People Are Saying About Our Pomona-Area Periodontists

Dr. Sid Tucker is, by far, the best periodontist that I have ever worked with. As a practicing dentist, I need my patient's implant placement and surgery to be smooth and painless and easy to restore, I get that and more with Hudson Valley Periodontics. Not only are his prices reasonable and his work impeccable, he's a great guy who really cares about his patients and referring doctors. Highly recommended! – Brian Gold, DDS

Great experience overall. Staff is awesome and very helpful.  Met both dentists and they were both great—very thorough and great bedside manner. – A.U.

Directions from Pomona, NY

Get on Palisades Interstate Pkwy S in Mount Ivy from Camp Hill Rd and US-202 E

Head southeast on Camp Hill Rd toward Halley Dr

Turn left onto US-202 E

Turn left

Take the ramp onto Palisades Interstate Pkwy S

Follow Palisades Interstate Pkwy S to W Clarkstown Rd in New City. Take exit 10 from Palisades Interstate Pkwy S

Merge onto Palisades Interstate Pkwy S

Take exit 10 toward N Middletown Rd/New City/Nanuet

Take Germonds Rd to NY-304 S in Bardonia

Turn left onto W Clarkstown Rd

Turn left onto N Middletown Rd

Turn right toward Germonds Rd

Turn right onto Germonds Rd

Turn right onto NY-304 S

Hudson Valley Periodontics & Implantology will be on the left

Call us today at 845-623-6666 to schedule your appointment!