Marielaina Perrone DDS

Practicing since 1997

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    "Experience was great. I have been a patient of Dr Perrone's for almost 5 years. I initially came in looking to get a second opinion. She was so impressive I never left. Very happy to have found her office."

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    "Dr Perrone is a fantastic dentist and her staff go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. I have been a patient at Dr Perrone's for clost to 15 years. The care has always been the best."

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    "Excellent experience. Was seen as an emergency on a late Thursday afternoon. Was taken back immediately and was taken care of right away. The whole experience was painless and easy. Dr Perrone and her staff are amazing. Will definitely be going back for regular visits."

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Marielaina Perrone DDS Office Information

  • Mon: 9am - 6pm
    Tues: 9am - 6pm
    Wed: 9am - 6pm
    Thurs: 8:30am - 5:30pm
    Fri: Call for availability
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Whether your dental needs are a complete exam and cleaning, dental implants, a smile makeover, or anything in between, we promise to provide you with top notch dental care as we maintain and enhance the natural beauty of your smile.

"You and your family are always our first priority throughout dental care, and we wi™ll strive to give you something to smile about at every appointment."

Please contact us today if you have any questions, concerns, or would like to schedule an appointment. We look forward to providing you with the personal care you deserve.

Marielaina Perrone DDS
Henderson Dentist 89014

Disadvantages To Dental Implants

It is important to note that these disadvantages are quite rare they can happen.

-Failed Integration of Dental Implants - This occurs when the bone does not grow and fuse between the threads of the implant. This fusion of bone to dental implant is called osseointegration. If this does not occur, the dental implants will not function properly,will become uncomfortable, become loose, or come out completely. To reduce this risk, your dental surgeon will evaluate the quality and density of the jaw bone prior to surgery. This will help to only place dental implants in areas where there is a highly predictable success rate. If osseointegration does not take place, the dental implants can be removed, and surgery can be attempted again once the area has fully healed.

-Infection – This is the most common complication of dental implant surgery. The surrounding bone and gums can get infected during the surgical procedure. This can happen due to non-sterile technique, a contaminated implant, poor healing ability(diabetic, smoker, osteoporosis medications), pre-existing infection. The most likely time for this to occur would be during the surgical placement of the dental implant into the bone. Implant infection is a condition referred to as peri-implantitis. Peri-implantitis is characterized by inflammation or swelling of the tissues surrounding the implant area. Peri-implantitis can also present as a secondary infection later on is a form of periodontal disease that can lead to inflammation, bone loss and implant failure if not treated quickly and properly. Although implant infections are usually caused by the presence of bacteria during or immediately after the oral surgery for the placement of the dental implants, an implant infection can occur months or years after surgery.

-Post Surgical Bleeding - Some bleeding following surgery is normal and should be expected for about 1-2 days. Biting gently on a gauze pad placed over the surgery area for 30 minutes should normally stop the bleeding. Excessive bleeding is not normal and you should notify your dentist immediately if you have concerns about your dental implants.

-Damage To Surrounding Tissues - Dental implant complications related with surgical errors affecting adjacent teeth, nerves or sinus are directly correlated with the experience and skills of the dentist or surgeon. An experienced and skilled implant dentist is able to identify potential problems by examining x-rays or CT scan (computer tomography), design the proper surgical plan for ideal location and angle, and execute it successfully without complications. Even with the most skilled implant dentist there is always a possibility of dental implant complications. The complications can be limited by choosing an implant dentist with the skills and experience necessary to handle any complications if they arise.
Dental Implants

Dental implants are a fantastic choice for replacement of lost teeth. If you are missing a tooth or teeth, you should consider the possibility of dental implants to restore your smile.

Marielaina Perrone

Education & Credentials

SUNY - Stony Brook University
SUNY - Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine
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