Southern Roots Periodontics: Implant & Laser Dentistry
Our values are reflected in the way we treat our patients. We are persistently honest, compassionately informative, unwaveringly patient, and boldly holistic.
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Our promise to our guests…
Our philosophy is that our patients know that we do everything that we can to do what is best for your health while providing you with a VIP experience. You will be treated as we wish to be treated, with uncompromising honesty, compassion, and professionalism.
Dr. Rowe prides himself in being always available to his patients during and after office hours.
Meet Dr. Rowe
Our patients have many good options when it comes to finding a dentist, but what makes our practice stand out is the bedside manner of Dr. Rowe. He calls each of his new patients to personally welcome them prior to them coming to the office, giving them an opportunity to ask questions before even being seen. He calls all of his patients after treatment to make sure they are comfortable.
Meet Our Doctor
Dr. Rowe is blessed with a team of knowledgeable colleagues that welcome his patients whether speaking on the phone or greeting them in person.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Rowe has brought the most updated technologies to his practice to help reduce treatment time, discomfort, and financial investment to his patients. He uses oral and IV sedation to allow his patients to relax during their procedures, laser surgery to reduce post-operative healing time and need for sutures and use of platelet rich fibrin to use the patient’s own body to heal.
Lip-Tie and Tongue-Tie
Dr. Rowe is an expert leader in the field of treating patients who are tongue-tied or lip-tied. Tongue-tie or lip-tie is basically a more common vernacular for a tight frenulum attachment, which is the little band of tissue that attaches the lip to the gums in the upper jaw or the little band of tissue that is under your tongue when you raise your tongue up. When the tissue is too tight, the tongue’s movement is limited, and this can adversely affect a baby’s ability to nurse properly, create aversions with eating certain solid foods, and cause speech impediments, orthodontic issues, and sleep apnea.
Dr. Rowe is an educator, making sure his patients understand all of their options so that they are empowered to make important informed decisions about their overall health. Learn more about our practice and your dental health.
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