Welcome to our practice website. We congratulate you on taking the first step toward better periodontal and oral health. At Taschner Periodontics your oral health is our first priority. Please utilize this website as a resource. It will help you better understand periodontal disease, dental implants, your course of treatment and answer any questions related to periodontal and implant therapy.
Ronny S. Taschner, DDS and Jennifer Taschner, DDS, MMSc are specialists in periodontics and implantology. We specialize in non-surgical and surgical treatment of gum disease as well as cosmetic procedures to aesthetically enhance your smile, and dental implants that can replace single or multiple missing teeth.
Although no one likes to go to the doctor or dentist, we strive to make your visits with us as comfortable and pleasant as possible. We strongly believe that our patient’s comfort is an important part of quality dental care.
Ronny S. Taschner, DDS and Jennifer Taschner, DDS, MMSc believe that your right to choose a dentist is an important freedom. We work closely with your dentist, but a referral by a dentist is not required to visit our office. We also welcome referrals from patients and friends of the practice.
We are extraordinarily proud of our staff, which is comprised of caring and dedicated professionals. They ensure that the patient’s treatment and administrative needs are met as efficiently and smoothly as possible.
Our goal is to make you feel comfortable and relaxed. We are here to listen to your questions and concerns and to help provide solutions leading to your better health. Please don’t hesitate to e-mail us if you have any questions regarding your care, or call us at Periodontist Office in Fort Myers Phone Number 239-936-0635. Our fax number is 239-936-0527.
What Is A Periodontist?
A periodontist is a dentist who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal (gum) disease and in the placement and maintenance of dental implants. Periodontists are experts planning and placement of dental implants and in the diagnosis, treatment planning and treatment of all forms of periodontal disease and including gingivitis, periodontitis, and gingival recession.
The American Dental Association recognizes periodontics as one of the six specialties of dentistry. Periodontists receive extensive training, including three years of additional education beyond dental school.
By choosing a Periodontal Specialist you will benefit from knowledge, and experience gained by the additional years of education required to learn the latest procedures for treating periodontal disease, perform cosmetic periodontal procedures and placing dental implants tailored to your needs.