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The staff at Frankel Perio is dedicated to welcoming patients to our office in the same way we would welcome them to our homes. We believe your first encounter with our office should be a comfortable one, from the time you first call, to the time we say good-bye. We are here to serve you and to acquaint ourselves with your needs, your problems and your concerns. Trained in the latest technology and procedures, all our dental assistants are fully certified.

Our business staff is well versed in such matters as scheduling, treatment sequencing, and working with your referring dentist. We will seek to accommodate you in all areas related to treatment and flexible financial arrangements. Our goal is to have a 110% positive attitude, whether interacting with patients or co-workers, always remembering that you, the patient, is the reason for our being here!

Our Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8am to 5pm but we’re always on call for our patients, or anyone requiring our services! If you would like additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 440-684-4868. We will respond promptly.


Poor oral hygiene habits may increase hypertension risk

Data from nearly 20,000 demonstrates association between lack of oral hygiene and high blood pressure In a recent study, Korean researchers have found that poor oral hygiene habits may lead to increased incidence of hypertension. The study, published in the July 2015 issue of the......

Poor oral health linked to pancreatic cancer

In our quest for better health, there’s a key body part many of us are neglecting — the mouth. The link between oral health and overall health has been discussed in medical and dental journals for years, but the issue has yet to resonate with......

Inflammation: Connecting the Mouth and Body?

Research suggests chronic inflammation links gum disease to other disease states. Brush after every meal. Floss daily. See your dental professional regularly. These instructions make sense coming from your dentist to help you sustain your oral health. But now not only dentists, but also many physicians are stressing......

What you need to know: Choosing Dental Implants

If you had a choice between a set of removable dentures or permanent replacement teeth that look and feel like your own, which would you choose? What if the replacement teeth would also allow you to speak and eat with comfort and confidence, offer you......