Implant Dentistry & Perio Rehab
with Dr. William S. Neale, DDS, MS
Do you Have:
- Bad Breath
- Jaw Joint Pain
- Loose Back Teeth
- Receding gums
- Tooth Sensitivity
- Inflamed and bleeding gums
- Excessive biting of own lips and cheek while eating and/or talking
- Abnormal wearing of teeth
- Uneven wear, chipping
- Limited movement, locking of jaw
- Clicking or popping noise in jaw joint when opening or closing mouth
- Tension of the chewing muscles
- Headaches, neck pain
- Difficulty in properly brushing and flossing all tooth surfaces
2106 Virginia Dr. Ste A,
Wichita Falls TX 76309
Tuesday – Friday: 8:30am-4pm
Saturday – Monday: Closed
Infection control in our office is important to us. To protect our patients and ourselves, we strictly maintain sterilization and cross contamination processes using standards recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
We have implemented added protective measures to protect our patients in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most Insurance Accepted
We are not in-network with most insurance carriers, but we will submit your claim electronically for more timely reimbursement.
Dr. William S. Neale, DDS, MS
Dr. William Neale is fascinated by the mouth’s connection to the overall health and well-being of an individual. “It all starts in the mouth,” he informs. When not educating others on this connection and spending time with his friends and family, Dr. Neale enjoys reading, jogging and various continuing educational pursuits.
It has been observed that he spends everyday with “his hair on fire” for Perio!
In the Hands of an Expert
As the only Periodontist within one hundred miles of Wichita Falls, Texas, the PerioRehab team gives you the care you need.
Why Choose Us
Experienced Dental Care
Up-to-date periodontal regeneration.
Short Wait Times
We provide you with the time you need to get the care you deserve.
Over 20 Years in Business
Decades of experience to help you gain back your beautiful smile!
Periodontal disease is caused by bacteria in dental plague, the sticky substance that forms on your teeth a couple hours after you have brushed. This leads to swollen, bleeding gums, signs of gingivitis (the earliest stage of periodontal disease), and loosening of the teeth, a sign of severe periodontitis (the advanced stage of disease).
to treat acute painful dental infection and also to protect heart valve or artificial joint replacement for any dental procedure likely to cause gum bleeding
to re-grow bone support lost around the teeth roots, usually due to trauma, chronic gum infection, or to add jawbone bulk to deficient areas
to cover exposed sensitive, long, unsightly root surfaces with gum tissue to the original gum line position.
screening with digital and visual inspection of the face, neck, lips, and entire mouth for possible signs of cancer
Prophylaxis (Teeth Cleaning)
a routine simple dental cleaning, usually tooth polishing to remove slight tooth in a healthy mouth with little or no additional treatment needed
re-growing lost bone and or gum tissue lost from trauma or chronic jaw infection, using grafting material from tissue bank or patient’s own tissue
Sleep Apnea Appliances
a dental device, usually worn at night allowing air to enter easily through the nose &/or mouth allowing a more restful sleep
adding bony wall thickness to the sinus floor usually to accommodate a longer and stronger dental implant
to expose the complete natural tooth crown for a partially erupted tooth
a titanium metal bolt-like replacement for one or more missing teeth
Gum & Jawbone Corrective Treatment
building back gum and jawbone loss due to accident or chronic infection
Periodontal Scaling and Root Planning
removing hard mineralized deposits below the gum line resulting in a much smoother roof surface which simplifies daily dental hygiene
back flushing the deeper periodontal pocket trouble spots around the teeth with various cleansing, purifying medicated solutions
Pocket Reduction Surgery
a traditional (and somewhat outdated) surgical procedure to expose the hiding place for pyorrhea germs for easy daily dental cleaning
correcting jawbone deformities, either adding or removing lost bone and are soft tissue usually in preparation for dental implant placement
removal of a one or more roots to enhance periodontal surgical procedure
a condition (snoring) that prevents refreshing restorative sleep
Soft Tissue Grafting
covering exposed, sensitive, ugly root surfaces to the original gum line
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)
nonsurgical correction of painful jaw joint problems
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Implant Dentistry & Perio Rehab
2106 Virginia Dr. Ste A, Wichita Falls TX 76309