Why PerioOne?


Dr. Pearson and Dr. Comeaux are one of the few board-certified periodontists in the state and are the only physicians to offer microsurgery to treat a wide array of periodontal issues.

Their belief in the very latest technology, unparalleled skill, and patient centric approach make Perio One the best place to revitalize your smile and restore your oral health. The friendly staff and warm atmosphere ensures you will feel right at home while receiving your top-tier treatment and aftercare.

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Payment Options


PerioOne offers a variety of options for payment of treatment.

Cash • Check • Care Credit • Credit Card*
*4 to 6 months of no interest with automatic draft payments

For surgical procedures of over $1000

5% discount when paying by cash or check
2% discount when paying by credit card

Frequently Asked Questions


If you have questions about periodontal surgery and our practice, call our office to schedule your consultation as soon as possible!

  • Periodontal surgery addresses all levels of periodontal disease, including gingivitis and advanced periodontitis. Treatments may include tooth replacement, pocket reduction, soft tissue grafts, and bone regeneration. Periodontal surgery addresses periodontal disease and helps to restore your smile.

  • If you have developed habits that lead to plaque and tartar buildup regularly and you don’t have the home care tools needed to remove hardened plaque, your gums may become inflamed. You may need a deeper cleaning to get rid of plaque and tartar buildup along the gum line because any buildup in this area can be a breeding ground for bacteria and cause excessive damage to the tissues. We can treat early stages of gum disease with periodontal therapy and prevent severe oral damage.

  • If you have receding gums because of gum disease or other oral health problems, you may be a good candidate for gum grafting or microsurgery gingival grafting. We offer both traditional and minimally-invasive gum grafting treatments at our practice, each offering both functional and aesthetic benefits.

  • When it comes to periodontal disease, patients typically reach a point of no return. Once plaque hardens and tartar begins to form, inflammation is a sure result. Not only are your home care tools inadequate for removing hardened plaque, but when your gums become inflamed, those tools can no longer reach deep enough below your gumline for thorough cleaning. As bacteria continue to breed and damage your tissues, your only line of defense is a visit to a periodontist.

    Fortunately, the sooner you make an appointment and allow us to treat you, the faster you may recover. When periodontal disease begins, often with gingivitis, or inflammation of your gums, a deep cleaning is often all it takes to reverse the disease. However, when your periodontal disease progresses beyond reversibility, our advanced training and technology can still help you restore your oral health, the function of your mouth, and a complete, healthy smile.

  • Good oral hygiene at home is usually all it takes to prevent periodontal disease. However, other factors often come into play. Because every part of your body is connected, when your overall health is in decline, individual portions of your body are also less than healthy. For example, if you have certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, you may be more prone to developing periodontal disease. Sudden shifts in hormones, often from pregnancy, stress, tobacco use, or a change in your usual medication can also change your body’s ability to defend itself against bacteria, including the harmful effects of plaque buildup. Call and make an appointment with us so we can get to the root of your problem, create a treatment program, and help you regain a healthy smile.