Thank you for choosing Dr. William E. Mason and Dr. Monica A. Lamble at Dr. William E. Mason Periodontics & Dental Implants as part of your dental health care team.
Dr. William E. Mason and Dr. Monica A. Lamble understand that you may feel nervous about seeing a specialist. That’s why we strive to do everything possible to put you at ease in our office. Every member of our highly-qualified team has the experience to address your unique concerns and make your periodontal, dental implant or TMJ/TMD treatment as comfortable as possible. The atmosphere in our practice is relaxed and even fun! You will hear laughter in our office during your visit. After all, isn’t dentistry about smiling and showing your teeth!
Before treatment begins, we take the time to make sure you understand your condition and what you can expect from periodontal therapy. During procedures, we use numbing agents to keep you comfortable. If you feel apprehensive, please mention it. We have several different methods of reducing anxiety during treatment. After treatment, you can expect to visit our office several times so we can assess your healing. Anytime you need dental advice after an appointment or procedure, please call the office.
We believe that continuity of care and coordination with your general dentist is one of the keys to meeting your oral health care needs. We also believe your general dentist remains the most important member of your dental health care team. You can expect to continue seeing your general dentist for routine cleanings and regular check-ups while receiving treatment at our office. Our periodontists, dental assistants, hygienists, and professional office staff all work closely with your general dentist to optimize your care.
Thank you for placing your trust in us.
You can count on us for gentle dental care to address all your periodontal therapy and dental implant needs. We look forward to working with you to help you realize your optimal dental health.
“One of my front teeth was dying from an old trauma. There was absolutely no pain after it was removed. Now, no one can tell which tooth was replaced – even the dentists I’ve asked have trouble telling.”
— Tom P.
“People with their natural teeth forget how blessed they are that they can eat a raw carrot, bite an ear of corn. I can do all that again. I can talk without any fear of slipping or sliding. I can’t say enough positive things about my implants. They’re a miracle.”
— Anne C.
“My dental implants are wonderful. The procedure was no big deal – I’m really glad I did it. My implants look great, just like my real teeth. I don’t have to worry about them getting loose or falling out. And I can eat anything I want. I just love them.”