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Fairfield County Implant & Periodontics

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Fairfield County Implants & Periodontics

The practice of Drs. Michael Sonick, Ray Ma & Associates

We strive to treat patients with the utmost care and compassion, in a warm & caring environment. Our goal is to improve your oral health and to enhance your beautiful smile with educating you and working closely with your general dentist. We provide comprehensive treatment planning with each and every patient. Growing research shows that preventative periodontal care contributes significantly to a person’s overall health. Ultimately, our clinical and academic endeavors reflect our commitment to patient-centered care. We hope the information on our site will prove useful to you as a patient, referring doctor, clinician or member of the public.

Doctors Michael Sonick and Rui “Ray” Ma have received extensive post-doctoral training in implant surgery, bone-grafting, cosmetic reconstruction and periodontics. They not only maintain a clinical practice but also direct a dental implant teaching center, publish journal articles and lecture both across the United States and around the world. Dr. Sonick and his colleague, Dr. Debby Hwang are proud to have released the textbook “Implant Site Development”……Read more »

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Top Dentists 2017 – Michael Sonick, D.M.D. , Rui (“Ray”) MA, D.M.D.

DRS. MICHAEL SONICK and RUI MA treat patients with the utmost respect and compassion in a warm, caring environment. Their priority is patients’ well-being, providing comprehensive treatment planning for each patient. Once informed, patients can choose the most appropriate treatment for better health and enhanced beautiful smiles. Their strong commitment to clinical and academic endeavors […] Read more »

How treating brittle bones prevents gum disease

Treatment for osteoporosis may also help prevent gum disease, according to a new study that looked at the prevalence of periodontitis in postmenopausal women. Women over the age of 50 who took estrogen for osteoporosis—in which bones become weak and brittle from tissue loss—were 44 percent less likely to have severe periodontitis than women who […] Read more »

Sonick Publications

Compendium – September 2017 -Bone Grafting Opportunities, Options in Implant Dentistry

Michael Sonick, DMD, Rui Ma, DMD
Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry
Vol. 38, Number 8
September 2017

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