Periodontist in Catonsville, MD
Specializing in Periodontics & Dental Implants in Baltimore County
At Baltimore Periodontics Lasers & Dental Implants, we use the latest technology and equipment to ensure our patients the highest quality of care. Dr. Moskowitz sits with each patient individually and creates treatment plans to correct and improve dental health. By providing minimally invasive dental work, Dr. Moskowitz aims to give you the results you need with the most comfortable treatment and least amount of downtime.
Dr. Moskowitz also serves:
- Ellicott City
- Mount Airy
- West Friendship
- Glen Burnie
- Owings Mills
- Maple Lawn
Why Dr. Moskowitz is the right periodontist for you?
Our team has designed a modern office environment with the top medical instruments to provide efficient treatment for a wide range of dental procedures. Our exceptional equipment include the following:
- Digital x-ray equipment
- i-Cat technology
- PerioLase® MVP-7™ Nd:YAG laser for gum disease treatment
- Solea CO2 Laser for gum contouring
Dr. Moskowitz’s primary aim in all procedures is to reduce postoperative pain while speeding up post surgical healing. You will not likely find another periodontist who is knowledgeable, cares enough, or has the skills and patience to provide dental patients in Baltimore County -just to improve comfort and treatment response. Our team works hard to maintain a high standard of care and provide our patients with the best possible periodontal treatment.
Dr. Moskowitz provides services to help treat and improve gingivitis and gum disease, leaving patients with a smile they are confident with! As periodontal disease is the progression of gingivitis without proper treatment, Dr. Moskowitz will work with you to restore your dental hygiene. Our treatments include gum grafting, laser gum therapy, Perio Protect Trays, and more.
Baltimore Periodontics Lasers & Dental Implants Online Features
Dr. Ari Moskowitz has been named a Top Dentist for 2018 in Baltimore Magazine.
“What the Color, Size, Shape, and Feel of Your Gums Say About Your Health”
““For the most part, gum disease creeps up on you over time,” periodontist Ari Moskowitz, D.M.D., tells SELF,”