The Top Dentists of Greater New Orleans

Elizabeth Perrin Photograph

Sure, we know the best part about the experience of going to the dentist is leaving, especially after the bill has been paid. There is also some satisfaction in having healthier teeth, especially if we know that they’ve had the benefit of a top-rated dentists. To aid that cause we present the results from an annual survey to determine the best of dentistry as prepared by topDentists of Augusta, Ga.

TopDentists has provided the following explanation:

This list is excerpted from the 2013 topDentists™ list, a database, which includes listings for more than 150 dentists and specialists in the New Orleans area. The Louisiana list was based on thousands of detailed evaluations of dentists and professionals by their peers. The complete database is available at USATopDentists.com. For more information call (706) 364-0853; write P.O. Box 970, Augusta, GA 30903; email info@usatopdentists.com or visit USATopDentists.com.

“If you had a patient in need of a dentist, which dentist would you refer them to?”

This is the question we’ve asked thousands of dentists to help us determine who the topDentists should be. Dentists and specialists are asked to take into consideration years of experience, continuing education, manner with patients, use of new techniques and technologies, and of course, physical results.

The nomination pool of dentists consists of all dentists listed online with the American Dental Association, as well as all dentists listed online with their local dental societies, thus allowing virtually every dentist the opportunity to participate. Dentists are also given the opportunity to nominate other dentists who we have missed that they feel should be included in our list. Respondents are asked to put aside any personal bias or political motivations and to use only their knowledge of their peer’s work when evaluating the other nominees.

Voters are asked to individually evaluate the practitioners on their ballot whose work they are familiar with. Once the balloting is completed, the scores are compiled and then averaged. The numerical average required for inclusion varies depending on the average for all the nominees within the specialty and the geographic area. Borderline cases are given a careful consideration by the editors. Voting characteristics and comments are taken into consideration while making decisions. Past awards a dentist has received, status in various dental academies (Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Periodontology, etc.) can play a factor in our decision.

Once the decisions have been finalized, the included dentists are checked against state dental boards for disciplinary actions to make sure they have an active license and are in good standing with the board. Then letters of congratulations are sent to all the listed dentists.

Of course there are many fine dentists who are not included in this representative list. It is intended as a sampling of the great body of talent in the field of dentistry in the United States. A dentist’s inclusion on our list is based on the subjective judgments of his or her fellow dentists. While it is true that the lists may at times disproportionately reward visibility or popularity, we remain confident that our polling methodology largely corrects for any biases and that these lists continue to represent the most reliable, accurate, and useful list of dentists available anywhere.

 

Dr. Barry James Cazaubon

Operating on those who taught you

•13 years practicing as an endodontic specialist
•B.S. from LSU School of Allied Health
•B.A. and M.B.A. from University of New Orleans
•D.D.S. from LSU Dental School in 1996
•Native of New Orleans

Doctoring the doctor who taught you can be daunting for new practitioners. Dr. Barry Cazaubon, a dentist with a specialty in root canal treatment, found himself in exactly that situation early in his career.

More than one of his instructors from the Louisiana State University Dental School came to Cazaubon when they needed root canals. He describes the experience as “challenging.”

“It was a little anxiety-producing for me,” he says. He found the best approach was to treat his professors with the same methods he used to treat any other patients.
“Once I realized that, (the treatment) went a lot smoother,” Cazaubon says. In fact, the profs wound up becoming patients of his.

Cazaubon’s specialty is one that usually produces a lot of anxiety in patients. Root canals, while nowhere near as painful as they were years ago, are still no walk in the park, and the more anxious a patient is, the more likely he or she is to experience pain.

“Pain is a tricky thing,” Cazaubon explains. People have widely differing pain thresholds, and even within an individual, identical treatments can cause larger or smaller degrees of pain, depending on the individual’s anxiety level at the time.

A big part of his job, Cazaubon says, is making root canals as pain-free as possible, and reducing a patient’s nervousness prior to the procedure.

Of course, the ideal solution would be to avoid root canals altogether. “Some people are blessed genetically,” Cazaubon says, because they inherit the type of teeth that resist cracking. Chewing ice and grinding one’s teeth because of stress are habits that can lead to cracks. Trauma to a tooth also can result in cracking. When damage to the tooth’s pulp results, root canal therapy can become necessary.

If infection is present, that can cause more pain, and it can take a while to clear up the infection with antibiotics. But usually, Cazaubon can treat the tooth, clear up the pain and send the patient back to his regular dentist for long-term care. He likes the specialty of endodontics because it resembles emergency room medicine: doctors treat patients in acute situations and bring relief fairly quickly.

The positive side of a root canal is the fact that it reduces the need to extract a tooth. “It’s always better to save a tooth when possible,” Cazaubon says. Rarely, though, it’s in the patient’s best interest to remove the tooth.

Cazaubon became interested in dentistry when a friend of his went to dental school. He earned undergraduate degrees from LSU School of Allied Health (in the field of medical technology) and the University of New Orleans (in biology), as well as a master’s of business administration. After graduating from the LSU Dental School, he did a three-year residency in the specialty of endodontics. At his practice in Metairie, he aims to make root canal therapy a welcome source of relief, rather than an anxiety-filled dental procedure. That makes both him, and his patients, happy.

 

Dr. Gizelle Poché Richard

Restoring Smiles From Collapsed Bites

•28 years practicing as a dentist
•B.S. from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
•D.D.S. from LSU Dental School in 1985
•Native of New Orleans

Fear of dental visits can cause people to allow their teeth to suffer terrible decay. When fear and neglect continue too long, a person is left with a collapsed bite. Dr. Gizelle Poché Richard, a native of Algiers who has practiced general dentistry since 1985, says the most rewarding aspect of her job is helping these people achieve a beautiful, functional smile. These cases are a challenge, she says, because many times the decay has rendered every tooth unsalvageable. But the results of her care are immeasurable; sometimes patients even cry when they see the smile they thought they’d never have.
The process is quicker than ever, Richard says. First, all the teeth are extracted by an oral surgeon, with the patient under anesthesia. That same day, implants are placed in the gum and a prosthesis (made ahead of time by a team of dental lab technicians) is firmly attached to the implants. Bite adjustments are made, and the patient leaves that same day with an excellent bite.

After the gums heal for three or four months, the prosthesis is taken off and a final prosthesis is attached. This prosthesis has a metal substructure. It never has to be removed for cleaning or flossing.
“The patient never goes without teeth,” Richard says. In days past, patients had to wait six to eight weeks after extraction before dentures could be made.

The procedure can be performed on the upper, the lower or both arches of the mouth, and people of all ages are suitable. Richard says she has a 90-year-old patient who will soon undergo the procedure. Not only will she be able to chew her food better, she won’t have to bother with denture paste, soaking, etc. “The world of implant dentistry is fabulous,” Richard says.

Implants can be used when just one tooth is missing, she says. But when an entire mouth is restored, the impact is major.

Richard became interested in dentistry through a cousin who practiced in Gretna. “I always loved going to the dentist,” she says. She chose to practice general dentistry because she likes dealing with a variety of patients.

“Restoring mouths to health is a new challenge every day,” she says.

After dental school, Richard practiced in Village Aurora before building her own dental office nearby in 2000. The building was designed to be warm and inviting, she says, so patients won’t feel the fear of dentistry so prevalent in the past.

The building sustained very little damage during Hurricane Katrina; Richard says she was back in operation in just three weeks. And she’s looking to expand her practice: her daughter is completing her freshman year at Louisiana State University Dental School and will join the practice when she graduates.

 

Dr. Kendall P. Parker

Treating the Girl Who Couldn’t Smile

•22 years practicing as a dentist
•B.S. from Howard University
•D.D.S. from Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry, Nashville, TN, in 1991
•Native of New Orleans

When Kendall Parker was a teenager he, like many other students, went through orthodontic treatment. But Parker, perhaps more perceptive than most teens, noticed that his orthodontist had a pretty nice lifestyle. “I saw he had a beautiful office, a nice car,” Parker says.

As he got older, Parker looked further into dentistry and decided it was the career for him. He wasn’t daunted by the years of study awaiting him. A graduate of St. Augustine High School, Parker earned a bachelor’s degree at Howard University and received his D.D.S. from Meharry Medical College’s School of Dentistry. He completed a one-year residency and then worked at a community health center. In 1995, he opened his own practice as a general dentist, handling just about every form of dental care except orthodontia.

Parker says he likes the variety that comes with his practice; he sees at least 20 patients in any given day and thrives on the challenges that come through the door.
One of his biggest challenges happened two years ago, when a sad young woman appeared for her appointment. She told the dentist, “I don’t like my smile. I need my teeth pulled.”

Parker reassured her that dentistry nowadays is advanced enough to save teeth that would have been extracted years ago. He felt confident that her statement was much too drastic.

But after X-rays and an examination, Parker discovered the 18-year-old unfortunately was correct. She suffered from a rare, usually inherited condition known as dental dysplasia. The disease prevents the enamel from forming normally on the teeth. As a result her teeth were crumbling, and she was in a lot of pain. She had gone through school never smiling, avoiding pictures and living with a lot of discomfort.

Parker did have to extract her teeth – 31 of them, a procedure that took six months. He also made her removable dentures. The dentures are made of plastic, rather than the porcelain that was used in the past.

The end result of all this treatment was a much happier, smiling young lady. As she ages, the patient will have to return to see whether she needs new dentures to fit her changing face.

Dental dysplasia is an unusual disease; Parker had never seen a case before, and he hasn’t since. Diagnosing such conditions is much easier now, he says, thanks to the Internet. “Technology helps every day in my practice,” he says. For those who can afford it, implant-fastened dentures can be used in cases of extraction. These types of implants do not need to be removed every evening for cleaning.

Parker’s offices were flooded during Hurricane Katrina, but like so many New Orleanians, he rebuilt and is as busy as before. He clearly enjoys fulfilling his youthful goal of practicing dentistry and helping people keep their smiles.

 

Endodontics

Covington
 

Allen Sawyer
Sawyer Endodontics
216 W. 21st Ave.
(985) 327-7354
SawyerEndodontics.com

Kenner
 

David Joseph Toca
2301 Williams Blvd., Suite B
466-3353
Mandeville

Ina L. Griffin
Aesthetic Endodontics
117 Moores Road, Suite A
(985) 727-0991
MyEndoSpa.com

Catherine A. Hebert
Endodontic Center
4600 Highway 22, Suite 4
(985) 626-0111
EndodonticCenter.com

Charles Overton Roy
Northshore Endodontics
1510 W. Causeway Approach, Suite C
(985) 674-0060

Metairie
 

Barry James Cazaubon
Endodontic Specialists
4520 Clearview Parkway
885-0177
NewOrleansEndo.com

Garrett Blair Morris
Endodontic Specialists
4520 Clearview Parkway
885-0177
NewOrleansEndo.com

New Orleans
 

George H. Arch Jr.
Uptown Endodontics and Implantology
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 701
895-1100

Lisa P. Germain
Uptown Endodontics and Implantology
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 701
895-1100

Slidell
 

Scott E. Bonson
190 Cross Gates Blvd.
(985) 649-4881
SlidellEndo.com

Arthur W. Dickerson II
190 Cross Gates Blvd.
(985) 649-4881
SlidellEndo.com

Thomas McCall Flint
190 Cross Gates Blvd.
(985) 649-4881
SlidellEndo.com

John Jared Harmon
Lakeshore Endodontics
102 Village St., Suite B
(985) 643-4600
LakeshoreEndodontics.com

 

General Dentistry

Amite
 

Paul M. Anzalone
211 E. Oak St., Suite A
(985) 748-8434
Belle Chasse

Stuart J. Guey Jr.
8951 Highway 23
394-6200
DrGuey.com

Charles Haydel
8635 Highway 23
394-7456
Bogalusa

Charles R. Mehle Jr.
310 Mississippi Ave.
(985) 735-9811
Covington

Mary A. Beilman
426 S. Tyler St.
(985) 893-5138
DrBeilman.com

Edward P. Burvant Jr.
601 W. 18th Ave.
(985) 892-2403

Kathleen G. Engel
522 E. Rutland St.
(985) 893-2270
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

James A. Moreau Jr.
More Smiles Dental Spa
7007 Highway 190 Service Road
(985) 809-7645
MoreSmiles.com

R. Glen Spell
Family Dental Center
79132 Highway 40
(985) 893-3900

Gretna
 

Kenneth Edward Alfortish
517 Whitney Ave., Suite A
368-2792

Damon Joel DiMarco
309 Gretna Blvd.
366-5611

Peter Michael Tufton
654 Terry Parkway
362-5270

Hammond
 

Bryan P. Daigle
1502 Martens Drive
(985) 345-4242

Eugene Robert Graff Jr.
800 C M Fagan Drive, Suite A
(985) 345-5888

Jonathan L. Kirkland
1003 W. Thomas St., Suite D
(985) 542-7755

Sue C. LeBlanc
1007 W. Thomas St., Suite E
(985) 345-8602

Jill Truxillo
Beautiful Smiles
20204 Highway 190 East
(985) 662-5550
HammondBeautifulSmiles.com

Harvey
 

Joseph Vincent Anzelmo
4001 Lapalco Blvd., Suite 10
340-0076

Barton Charles Barre
Barre Dental Care
1545 Lapalco Blvd., Suite D-5
367-0355
BarreDental.com

 

Jefferson
 

Charles Marion Jouandot
Jefferson Dental Care
3809 Jefferson Highway
833-2211
JeffersonDentalCare.com

Kenner
 

James David Roethele
Roethele Dental Esthetics
283 W. Esplanade Ave.
461-0500
RoetheleDental.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Madisonville
 

Charles B. Foy Jr.
400 Pine St.
P.O. Box 10
(985) 845-8042
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Laurie L. Miller
Family Dentistry of Madisonville
198 Highway 21
(985) 845-8446
DrLaurieMiller.com

Melissa Hernandez Pellegrini
Pellegrini Family Dentistry
198 Highway 21
(985) 845-2992
PellegriniDDS.com

Mandeville
 

Martha Anne Carr
224 W. Causeway Approach
(985) 727-0047
MarthaCarrDDS.com

Glen Joseph Corcoran
3701 Highway 59, Suite E
(985) 871-9733

Gabriel F. Daroca III
2140 Ninth St.
(985) 624-8268

Joseph F. Fitzpatrick
2900 E. Causeway Approach, Suite E
(985) 626-9791

Michael J. McCracken
1200 W. Causeway Approach
(985) 674-4441

Toby B. Moffatt
1510 W. Causeway Approach, Suite A
(985) 727-4848

Dennis R. Preau
2140 Ninth St.
(985) 624-8268

David L. Ruegsegger
4890 Highway 22, Suite B
(985) 845-8244

Marrero

 

Maria Ribando Burmaster
Barataria Dental Clinic
2272 Barataria Blvd.
341-3120
BaratariaDental.com

 

Metairie
 

Debra Claire Arnold
2732 Athania Parkway
837-4992

Darlene T. Bassett
Sherwood Dentistry
2316 Metairie Road
833-9552
SherwoodDentistry.com

George Philip Cerniglia
2727 Houma Blvd., Suite A
454-5880
DrCerniglia.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Hunter Lynn Charvet Sr.
Charvet Dental Center
2300 Veterans Memorial Blvd.
834-6504
DrCharvet.com

Joseph John Collura Jr.
3939 N. Causeway Blvd., Suite 104
837-9800
DrCollura.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

George Thomas Comeaux Jr.
2620 Metairie Road
834-2180

Duane P. Delaune
Delaune Dental, the Art of Smiles
3801 N. Causeway Blvd., Suite 305
885-8869
DelauneDental.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Shelly Ereth-Barone
GNO Dental Care
110 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 105-A
832-1164
GNODentalCare.com

Nicole Hurban Hunn
3108 W. Esplanade Ave.
838-8118

Eva L. Jessup
Clearview Dental Care
2221 Clearview Parkway, Suite 202
455-1667
ClearviewDentalCare.com

Wynn Kapit
3024 Kingman St.
455-2984

Nanette LoCoco
4325 Loveland St., Suite B
888-9333

Garry Stephen Salvaggio
3223 Eighth St., Suite 202
455-7717
SmileGenesis.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Gerard R. Tully Jr.
701 Metairie Road, Suite 2A-212
831-4837

Raymond J. Unland Jr.
GNO Dental Care
110 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 105-A
832-1164
GNODentalCare.com

Corky Willhite
The Smile
111 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 777
831-1131
SmileDesignCenter.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Lisa Wyatt
Wyatt Dental Group
5037 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 3-E
885-1039

Emmett Lawrence Zimmerman III
1900 N. Causeway Blvd.
833-4300
New Orleans

Mark David Anderson
Mid-City Smiles Family Dentistry
3625 Canal St.
485-6575
MidCitySmiles.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Donald Phillip Bennett
1010 Common St., Suite 810
523-4882

Stephen C. Brisco, Sr.
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 127
619-8721
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

James Anthony Campo
Campo Dentistry
2215 S. Carrollton Ave.
866-0681
CampoDentistry.com

Mark Stephen Chaney
1407 S. Carrollton Ave.
861-2523

Timothy Jude Delcambre
3426 Coliseum St.
895-6657
YourNewOrleansDentist.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Denice Lorraine Derbes
6251 General Diaz St.
486-2876

Jay Christopher Dumas
4201 N. Rampart St.
941-6079

Willard L. Dumas Jr.
4201 N. Rampart St.
941-6079

John Raymond Gallo
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 137
941-8110
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Dov Glazer
3525 Prytania St., Suite 312
895-1137
Glazers.net

Leslie Parro Gottsegen
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 610
891-5000

Henry A. Gremillion
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
619-8500
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Eric Hovland
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
619-8500
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

William E. Kramer III
2801 Napoleon Ave., Suite A
891-2826
WilliamKramerIIIDDS.com

Susan S. Lebon
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 605
899-5400

Deborah Elaine Lesem
100 Robert E Lee Blvd.
286-3880
DrLesem.com

Edward Emanuel Levy III
7037 Canal Blvd., Suite 206-207
283-5549

Jamie Maria Manders
13201 Patterson Road
394-7702

Francis G. Martello
1502 Amelia St.
891-9119

John H. Moffatt Jr.
5809 Citrus Blvd., Suite 100
733-8551

Jonah R. Moore
1534 Aline St.
899-2333

Kendall P. Parker
Parker Dental Center
5121 N. Claiborne Ave.
949-4547
PDCNola.com

Gizelle Poché Richard
4460 General Degaulle Drive
394-5330
DrGizelleRichard.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Elizabeth Riggs
3442 Magazine St.
891-1115
SmilesByRiggs.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Jeffrey Kent Roby
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 700
899-3497

Wallace George Serpas III
CBD Dental Care
316 Baronne St.
525-9990
CBDDentalCare.com

Chet A. Smith
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 127
914-8111
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Kathryn L. Sturm
Audubon Dental Group
6120 Magazine St.
891-7471
AudubonDentalGroup.com

Kim M. Tolar
Tolar Family Dentistry
2502 Napoleon Ave.
891-1880
TolarFamilyDentistry.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Sammy Tom
Audubon Dental Group
6120 Magazine St.
891-7471
AudubonDentalGroup.com

William R. Yeadon
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
P.O. Box 140
619-8712
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

 

River Ridge
 

William Keith deJong
DeJong-Plaisance Family Dentists
10154 Jefferson Highway
738-5171

Warren James Palmisano III
2020 Dickory Ave., Suite 104
733-0871
WJPalmisanoDDS.com

Kerry T. Plaisance Jr.
De Jong-Plaisance Family Dentists
10154 Jefferson Highway
738-5171

Slidell
 

Michael J. Appleton
Oak Harbor Family Dentistry
480 Oak Harbor Blvd.
(985) 649-9455
MichaelAppletonDDS.com

James Kevin Curley
2800 Gause Blvd. East, Suite D
(985) 649-7510
SmileNaturally.com

John J. Killeen Jr.
110 Village Square
(985) 643-7516
SlidellSmiles.com
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Michael Thomas Robichaux
1101 Robert Blvd., Suite A
(985) 641-8058
MikeRobichauxDDS.com

Stephen James Tomaszewski
Camellia City Family Dentistry
1275 Seventh St.
(985) 641-4444

Terrytown
 

Robert J. Graziano
848 Terry Parkway
391-0114

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Covington
 

Ben A. Almerico
Almerico Oral & Maxillofacial
195 Greenbriar Blvd., Suite 100
(985) 892-9993

Kenner
 

Jeffrey W. Dongieux
1900 W. Esplanade Ave., Suite 101
468-8300
DrJeffDongieux.com

Mandeville
 

Russell L. Westfall
4600 Highway 22, Suite 4
(985) 624-8877
NorthlakeOFS.com

Metairie
 

Michael S. Block
The Center for Dental Reconstruction
110 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 112
833-3368
CenterForDentalReconstruction.com

Edward Joseph Boos
4224 Houma Blvd., Suite 670
456-5033

Michael Gray Ferguson
Oral Surgery Services, L.L.C.
4420 Conlin St., Suite 203
455-9960
OralSurgeryServices.net

Walter Jackson
Jackson Oral Surgery & Implants
4051 Veterans Blvd., Suite 200
455-7161
JacksonOralSurgery.com

Robert Edward Lane
Southern Oral Surgery
4224 Houma Blvd., Suite 230
454-4515
SouthernOralSurgery.com

Demarcus D. Smith IV
Oral Surgery Services, L.L.C.
4420 Conlin St., Suite 203
455-9960
OralSurgeryServices.net

Paul Joseph Walters
Oral Surgery Services, L.L.C.
4420 Conlin St., Suite 203
455-9960
OralSurgeryServices.net

New Orleans
 

Charles Patrick Silvia Jr.
Southern Oral Surgery
3525 Prytania St., Suite 216
899-8173
SouthernOralSurgery.com

Hugo St. Hilaire
Audubon Dental Group
6120 Magazine St.
891-7471
AudubonDentalGroup.com

 

Oral Pathology

New Orleans
 

Kitrina G. Cordell
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
P.O. Box 137
941-8257
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Orthodontics

Covington
 

Laurie Lee Fricke
2301 N. Highway 190, Suite 7
P.O. Box 1827
(985) 892-2081
MakingSmilesNew.com

Destrehan
 

Allison A. Hamada-Moise
Hamada Orthodontics
159 Longview Drive, Suite A
(985) 725-0509
HamadaOrthodontics.com

Gretna
 

Philip James Puneky
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 202
392-8484

Harvey
 

Jack Patrick Devereux Jr.
Devereux & Nguyen Orthodontics
2800 Manhattan Blvd., Suite D
368-7513
DN4Smiles.com

Robert Michael Watzke
1929 Jutland Drive
341-0970

Houma
 

David Carl DeGenova
641 Corporate Drive
(985) 851-5664

Kenner
 

David Victor Scaffidi
527 W. Esplanade Ave., Suite 101
468-6200
ScaffidiOrtho.com

Mandeville
 

Denean A. Cervini
1510 W. Causeway Approach, Suite B
(985) 626-6166

William R. Ledoux
260 Dalwill Drive
(985) 674-1500

Ronald A. Madere
4010 Lonesome Road
(985) 626-0160
MadereOrthodontics.com

Darren Miller
Miller Orthodontics
1002 Highway 59
(985) 626-0991
DrMillerSmiles.com

Metairie
 

John O. Clotworthy
Clotworthy Orthodontics
1014 Veterans Memorial Blvd.
833-4361
ClotworthyOrtho.com

Hector R. Maldonado
4432 Conlin St., Suite 2B
455-5581
MaldonadoOrtho.com

Shannon K. Simons
3330 Kingman St., Suite 3
887-8480

Carol A. Stuckey
Stuckey Orthodontics
701 Metairie Road, Suite 1A-204
835-1349
DrStuckey.com

 

New Orleans
 

Paul C. Armbruster
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 230
941-8234
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Glenn Carl Dubroc Jr.
145 Robert E Lee Blvd., Suite 404
283-8873

George Bradley Gottsegen
Gottsegen Orthodontics
3424 Coliseum St.
895-4841
GottsegenOrthodontics.com

River Ridge
 

Daniel Paul Bordes
9537 Jefferson Highway
737-7324

Slidell
 

Kay D. Daniel
Explore Orthodontics
2960 Gause Blvd. East
(985) 641-2472
ExploreOrtho.com

Michael J. Guevara
Guevara Orthodontics
1251 Seventh St.
(985) 641-3587
SlidellOrtho.com

Pediatric Dentistry

Covington
 

Todd S. Brasuell
189 Greenbriar Blvd., Suite A
(985) 892-5942
ToddBrasuellDDS.com

Richard D. Olinde
189 Greenbriar Blvd., Suite A
(985) 892-5942
*Cosmetic dentistry offered

Hammond
 

Thomas Hamer Wingo Jr.
1008 W. Thomas St.
(985) 542-6855

Harvey
 

Nicole R. Boxberger
Kids Dental Zone
4001 Lapalco Blvd., Suite 19
340-2004
TheKidsDentalZone.com

Madisonville
 

Katherine E. Vo
704 Main St.
(985) 845-3211
ChildrensDentalCottage.com

Metairie
 

Claudia Anne Cavallino
New Orleans Childrens Dental Center
3116 Sixth St., Suite 201
833-5528
BayouChildrensDental.com

Pamela R. Shaw
Dentisitry for Children
701 Metairie Road
838-8200
PenguinDentist.com

Stanley Corbett Simons
3020 Kingman St., Suite A
885-4794

New Orleans
 

Jill Donaldson
Bippo’s Place for Smiles
4061 Behrman Highway
368-1990
BipposPlace.com

Laura Pence Hogue
Westside Dental Group
4001 Macarthur Blvd.
368-7000
WestsideDentalGroup.com

Stephen C. Holmes
Uptown Pediatric Dentistry
3715 Prytania St., Suite 380
896-7435
UptownPediatricDentistry.com

Janice A. Townsend
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
941-8250
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

 

Slidell
 

Tessa M. Smith
Bippo’s Place for Smiles
2960 E. Gause Blvd.
(985) 641-3988
BipposPlace.com

Periodontics

Covington
 

Caesar Sweidan
St. Tammany Periodontics and Implants
7020 Highway 190, Suite B
(985) 778-0241
StTammanyPerio.com

Gretna
 

Charles T. McCabe
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 204
392-4734
NewOrleansPeriodontist.com

Mandeville
 

Marija G. Lasalle
Northlake Periodontics Advanced Laser Center
1580 W. Causeway Approach, Suite 5
(985) 727-1133

Metairie
 

Aymee Costales-Spindler
Periodontal Health Specialists
2540 Severn Ave., Suite 402
887-8205

Hisham F. Nasr
The Perio Clinic
337 Metairie Road, Suite 301
831-0800
PerioClinic.net

A. Margarita Saenz
The Perio Clinic
337 Metairie Road, Suite 301
831-0800
PerioClinic.net

Steven J. Spindler
Periodontal Health Specialists
2540 Severn Ave., Suite 402
887-8205

New Orleans
 

Archontia A. Palaiologou
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
941-8272
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Kristi M. Soileau
2820 Napoleon Ave., Suite 470
899-2255

Slidell
 

Thomas William Mabry
Slidell Periodontist
1241 Seventh St., Suite A
(985) 646-1421
MabryPerioImplants.com

Prosthodontics

Metairie
 

Donna A. Palmisano
4324 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 103
885-2011

Roger A. Vitter
4228 Houma Blvd., Suite 210
883-3737
DrVitter.com

New Orleans
 

Marco A. Brindis
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
P.O. Box 222
941-8286
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Luis E. Infante Gonzalez
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
P.O. Box 222
941-8287
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Laurie Frances Moeller
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 224
941-8289
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Alika K. F. Yu
LSU School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
619-8721
lsusd.lsuhsc.edu

Slidell
 

Robert John Rooney II
100 Smart Place
(985) 641-6607
SlidellImplantDentist.com

This list is excerpted from the 2013 topDentists™ list, which includes listings for more than 150 dentists and specialists in the New Orleans area.  For more information call 706-364-0853; or write P.O. Box 970, Augusta, GA  30903; by email (info@usatopdentists.com) or at www.usatopdentists.com. topDentists has used its best efforts in assembling material for this list but does not warrant that the information contained herein is complete or accurate, and does not assume, and hereby disclaims, any liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions herein whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause. Copyright 2010-2013 by Top Dentists, LLC, Augusta, GA.  All rights reserved. This list, or parts thereof, must not be reproduced in any form without permission. No commercial use of the information in this list may be made without permission of topDentists. No fees may be charged, directly or indirectly, for the use of the information in this list without permission.
 

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