Going to the dentist isn’t something that many of us crave to do, but when we need one we’re often in a hurry to find the right person. We present here our annual Top Dentists list as prepared by topDentists of Augusta, Ga.

This list is excerpted from the 2011 topDentists™ list, a database that includes listings for more than 170 dentists and specialists in the New Orleans area. The 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,n call (706) 364-0853; write P.O. Box 970, Augusta, GA 30903; email info@usatopdentists.com or visit usatopdentists.com.

Selection Process (as explained by topDentists:)

“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 top dentists 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 (ada.org), 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 with whose work they are familiar. 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 and 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.


Crowning Achievement

Coming Together
Aymee Costales Spindler DDS  Periodontics
Steven J. Spindler DDS  Periodontics

2540 Severn Ave., Suite 402, (504) 887-8205

Aymee Costales Spindler is from Havana, Cuba. She came to the United States in 1968 with her parents, political refugees escaping Fidel Castro’s communist regime. They arrived with only a small bag of clothes and came to New Orleans because some of Aymee’s family – who escaped in the early 1960s – lived here. “The early years were very difficult but my family is very hardworking, and eventually things became better for all of us.” Her father eventually found a job at Shell in Norco. Providing for the family, he allowed Aymee to focus on her studies and learn to speak English in only a few months.

Steven Spindler was born in Syracuse, N.Y., in 1956. After spending his early childhood on Grand Island, N.Y., Steven’s father was transferred to New Orleans when he was beginning high school in ’71. Steven says, “I love living here with all New Orleans has to offer.”

After moving to New Orleans, Steven attended Holy Cross High School and then headed to Louisiana State University for his undergraduate degree. Aymee graduated from Grace King High School and went to college at LSU Shreveport. Both Steven and Aymee completed their residency at the LSU School of Dentistry in New Orleans.

Steven’s parents and his uncle had always encouraged him to get a professional degree. “Dentistry seemed a logical choice for me as I was an avid student in the biological sciences,” Steven muses, “I loved and still enjoy exploring new technologies.”

He became interested in periodontics during his junior year of dental school. (Periodontitis is a disease where the ligaments and bones supporting the teeth become inflamed and infected.) “Dr. Sandy Mason, a resident at the time, now full-time faculty at LSU School of Dentistry, took me under his wings and allowed me to participate in his post-graduate research investigating the causes of a juvenile form of periodontitis.” After starting his periodontics residency, Steven met Aymee doing research on the same topic.

As Steven was finishing his research, Aymee wanted to continue the work. Steven says, “From there, our relationship began. We joke today, that ‘I gave her my germs,’ since the research we worked on elucidated the main bacterial species implicated in cause of juvenile periodontitis.” (They succeeded in finding the bacterial cause and the immunologic response in juvenile periodontitis.) The two were married in 1983, the year Steven completed his residency and the year Aymee began hers.

Aymee was interested in dentistry because it “represented for me an occupation where I could interact with people, do wonderful things with my hands, continue studying science and feel that I was helping others.” After finishing dental school, Aymee worked as a general dentist for one year and realized that it wasn’t the job for her. She then started thinking about going into periodontics: “I remembered how interesting I had found my classes in periodontics. I had also enjoyed working on an immunology research project in the periodontics department” (the same one where she met Steven).

She decided on periodontics because it requires not only knowledge of dentistry but also medicine and surgical skills: “This was the field for me, and I enjoy my work to this day. I enjoy always doing my very best using the best possible materials and technology to help my patients improve their health. I also enjoy periodontal plastic surgery cases.”

Steven notes, “By far the most challenging, yet most rewarding, part of practicing periodontics is keeping patients comfortable while rendering the most advanced therapies available.” The field is constantly innovating new, less invasive techniques for saving teeth or replacing them with implants. At the Spindlers’ practice, Periodontal Health Specialists LLC, they employ sedation methods; play soft, relaxing music; and are gentle while working with patients’ mouths.

Steven says, “Helping patients obtain health, comfort and optimal esthetics is extremely rewarding.” Periodontal inflammation has side effects that can impact heart disease, strokes and respiratory illnesses, and it has been associated pre-term, low birth-weight babies. “Treating periodontal inflammation eliminates these risk factors,” Steven says. “At the same time, we are able to re-grow lost gum tissue in areas of recession and enhance smiles by reshaping the gum architecture. It’s an exciting time to practice, when so many things can be done so comfortably.”

Steven says, “People warned us soon after we were married that we should definitely not work together and if we did, we would certainly wind up divorced. If I had it to do all over again, I would make the same decision in a New York second! Aymee is the best associate I could ever ask for to work with professionally. We have different areas of interest and split the management duties accordingly. On top of that she is the best wife a guy could ever want, so I am truly a fortunate person.”

Steven opened their first office in Chalmette in 1983 and a second one in Laplace in ’84. Aymee opened the Metairie location in ’85. Aymee says that this was one of her most challenging experiences: “I was the first female periodontist in the city and one of very few lady dentists. I had to go door-to-door to introduce myself to the general dentists and ask them to please let me help with their patients’ periodontal needs. Many of them were quite surprised to see me and told me so!” It ended up being a great success, though; by ’96, the Metairie location was so busy that Aymee and Steven closed the other locations.

It goes without saying that the Spindlers love their practice. When they have free time, Aymee enjoys exercising, while Steven loves biking, snorkeling and scuba diving. They also do a good bit of traveling. The Spindlers have one daughter, Ali, who graduated with honors from Tulane Law School this past May and will be staying in New Orleans, working at a prominent law firm.

– Natalia Le

Crowning Achievement

Inspired by Dad
G. Bradley Gottsegen DDS  Orthodontics

Gottsegen Orthodontics, 3424 Coliseum St., (504) 895-4841, www.gottsegenorthodontics.com

Brad Gottsegen grew up admiring his father, Dr. Marshall Gottsegen’s, work as an orthodontist. His father enjoyed both the technical aspects of the field and the personal interactions with his patients and their families. Gottsegen worked side-by-side with his father for eight years until his father retired in 2005. “He created a lot of beautiful smiles in his nearly 40 years of practice, and I’m proud to be carrying on his legacy,” he says
Growing up, Gottsegen wanted to be a rock star – he has played bass in many bands since high school, and “in the late 1990s, I was in a band that, we thought, was going somewhere. Kids and day jobs got in the way of that happening. I still want to be a rock star, but at 43 years old, I’m not liking my chances.”

He ended up majoring in economics at Washington and Lee University, went on to Louisiana State University School of Dentistry, where he completed his residency in orthodontics. Immediately after, he entered into private practice with his father at Gottsegen Orthodontics, which has been in practice for more than 40 years. Gottsegen often sees third and fourth generations of families that his father began treating many years ago, which Gottsegen thinks is “a testament to us not only doing a good job, but doing it in a way that people trust we’re giving them our very best effort 100 percent of the time. For that, I’m very proud.

“My favorite thing about being an orthodontist is the personal relationships I get to develop with my patients. I see people from ages 5 to 85, and no two patients’ needs, both clinical and emotional, are alike. It’s a very intimate environment, and my staff and I try our best to make sure that each patient feels like we are taking care of them as an individual, and not as just another set of teeth.”

Although Gottsegen’s practice uses all modern technology available to orthodontic practice, “we’re old-fashioned in that we’ve always held onto what appears to be a more-and-more outdated ideal in health care of putting our patients first. This keeps us grounded in the fundamental reason we do what we do – to help people.”

For about 10 years, Gottsegen Orthodontics has exclusively used digital radiography, allowing them to take X-rays at a significantly reduced radiation level (in comparison to traditional, film-based systems). They can immediately see these images on any office computer without having to develop film. Gottsegen’s practice uses ultra-modern, self-ligating braces, which allow treatment to proceed efficiently. “We do whatever we can to reduce the amount of time [patients] have to spend in the office at each appointment. Using these high-tech braces allows us to do that.” Most routine office visits – once braces have been placed on the teeth – last less than 15 minutes. In certain cases, Gottsegen also treats people with Invisalign, a system of clear plastic aligners that allows orthodontists to straighten patients’ teeth without braces.

One of the practice’s newer technologies is the use of soft-tissue lasers, which recontour the gums around the teeth. Sometimes people appear to have short teeth when their teeth are actually a normal length but are somewhat covered up by extra gum tissue. “We use our lasers to quickly and painlessly (without having to give any shots) remove the extraneous tissue, thereby exposing more of the tooth structure and making the teeth look longer and more attractive. In a matter of minutes, this easy cosmetic procedure can completely transform a person’s smile,” Gottsegen says.

The most challenging thing for Gottsegen is juggling his time between his professional and personal life. “My wife Leslie and I have three children, and finding a balance between taking care of my patients and taking care of my family has always been somewhat difficult. Fortunately, however, a career in dentistry affords me a degree of flexibility that somehow allows me to squeeze it all in.”

He and Leslie also manage to find time for several volunteer and philanthropic causes: “I’m a very fortunate person, and I feel a strong responsibility to give back to those in the community who are in need.” One of his volunteer activities is providing orthodontic services to Boys Hope Girls Hope (www.boyshopegirlshope.org/nola), a residential facility for at-risk and disadvantaged youth. “These terrific kids have often drawn a pretty tough lot in life, and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to help them out in my own, specific way.”

Gottsegen’s passion for volunteering carries on to all other parts of his life: In addition to music, he is an avid Saints and Hornets fan, he enjoys photography and playing golf, but “most of all, I just like hanging out with my family. Life is precious, and we try to make the most of it.”

– Natalia Le





Top Dentist List


Scott E. Bonson
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 200
(504) 391-2324

Arthur Welden Dickerson II
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 200
(504) 391-2324

Benjamin Sheard Ber
Southern Endodontic Specialists
1211 Museum Drive
(985) 917-0084

David Joseph Toca
2301 Williams Blvd., Suite B
(504) 466-3353

Ina L. Griffin
170 Moores Road, Suite A
(985) 727-0991

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

Charles Overton Roy
1510 West Causeway Approach, Suite C
(985) 674-0060

Barry James Cazaubon
Endodontic Specialists
4520 Clearview Parkway
(504) 885-0177

Garrett Blair Morris
Endodontic Specialists
4520 Clearview Parkway
(504) 885-0177

New Orleans
George H. Arch Jr.
Uptown Endodontics and Implantology
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 701
(504) 895-1100

Lisa P. Germain
Uptown Endodontics and Implantology
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 701
(504) 895-1100

Billie Gail Jeansonne
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
(504) 941-8395

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

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

General Dentistry

Paul M. Anzalone
211 East Oak St.
(985) 748-8434

Belle Chasse
Stuart Jules Guey Jr.
8951 Highway 23
(504) 394-6200

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

Laurie R. Glaser
13270 Highway 90
P.O. Box 515
(985) 785-0123

Mary A. Beilman
426 South Tyler St.
(985) 893-5138

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

Kathleen G. Engel
522 East Rutland St.
(985) 893-2270

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

James A. Moreau Jr.
7007 Highway 190 Service Road
(985) 809-7645

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

Earle R. Brown Jr.
934 Washington St.
(985) 839-3413

James Allen Heurtin
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 100
(504) 392-6057

Peter Michael Tufton
654 Terry Parkway
(504) 362-5270

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

Sue C. Leblanc
1007 West Thomas St., Suite E
(985) 345-8602

Warren W. Wood
305 Northwest Railroad Ave.
(985) 542-1367

Richard Irvin Borne
Southdown Dental Center
103 Southdown West Blvd.
(985) 876-5564

Steven Michael Gaudet Jr.
Southern Endodontic Specialists
1211 Museum Drive
(985) 917-0084

James Philip Mire
102 Mystic Blvd.
(985) 868-5337

James David Roethele
Roethele Dental Esthetics
283 West Esplanade Ave.
(504) 461-0500

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

La Place
Kent Raymond Mauduit
429 West Airline Highway, Suite F
(985) 652-3121

Robert David Ory, Sr.
Ory Family Dentistry
430 West Fifth St.
(985) 652-9616

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

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Melissa Hernandez Pellegrini
198 Highway 21
(985) 845-2992

Martha Anne Carr
4404 Highway 22
(985) 727-0047

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

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

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

Louis Passauer Jr.
231 Saint Ann Drive, Suite 1
(985) 727-0024

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

Maria Ribando Burmaster
Barataria Dental Clinic
2272 Barataria Blvd.
(504) 341-3120

Valerie Ribando Hemphill
Barataria Dental Clinic
2272 Barataria Blvd.
(504) 341-3120

Debra Claire Arnold
2732 Athania Parkway
(504) 837-4992

George Philip Cerniglia
2727 Houma Blvd., Suite A
(504) 454-5880

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Joseph John Collura Jr.
3939 North Causeway Blvd.
(504) 837-9800

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Duane P. Delaune
Delaune Dental, the Art of Smiles
3801 North Causeway Blvd., Suite 305
(504) 885-8869

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Terry F. Fugetta
4508 Clearview Parkway, Suite 1-A
(504) 454-7008

Eva L. Jessup
Clearview Dental Care
2221 Clearview Parkway, Suite 202
(504) 455-1667

Charles Marion Jouandot
4741 Trenton St.
(504) 455-2501

Wynn Kapit
3024 Kingman St.
(504) 455-2984

Nanette LoCoco
4325 Loveland St., Suite B
(504) 888-9333

Noel Francis Pilie
701 Metairie Road, Suite 2A-212
(504) 891-2923

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Paul Alfred Poissenot Jr.
1001 North Causeway Blvd.
(504) 834-6410

Jené Comeaux Ponder
2620 Metairie Road
(504) 834-2180

William James Quinlan
3521 North Arnoult Road, Suite B
(504) 888-1893

David C. Raphael
4432 Conlin St., Suite 1A
(504) 888-9204

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Clarence John Steeg Jr.
4440 Chastant St., Suite A
(504) 888-7607

Gerard R. Tully Jr.
701 Metairie Road, Suite 2A-212
(504) 831-4837

Corky Willhite
The Smile
111 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 777
(504) 831-1131

Morgan City
Peter S. Guidry
1234 David Drive, Suite 106
P.O. Box 2118
(985) 385-5423

Dean Leonard Listi
904 David Drive
P.O. Box 3573
(985) 384-4044

C. Leonard Wise
1200 North Victor II Blvd.
(985) 384-0926

New Orleans
Mark David Anderson
Mid-City Smiles Family Dentistry
3625 Canal St.
(504) 485-6575

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Robert Emmett Barsley
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 510
(504) 619-8693

Nicole R. Boxberger
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
(504) 941-8196

James Anthony Campo
2215 South Carrollton Ave.
(504) 866-0681

Todd J. Canatella
Canatella Dental
101 West Robert E Lee Blvd., Suite 305
(504) 282-0700

Mark Stephen Chaney
1407 South Carrollton Ave.
(504) 861-2523

Timothy Jude Delcambre
3426 Coliseum St.
(504) 895-6657

Denice Lorraine Derbes
6251 General Diaz St.
(504) 486-2876

Jay Christopher Dumas
4201 North Rampart St.
(504) 941-6079

John Raymond Gallo
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 137
(504) 941-8110

Dov Glazer
3525 Prytania St., Suite 312
(504) 895-1137

Leslie Parro Gottsegen
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 610
(504) 891-5000

Susan S. Lebon
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 605
(504) 899-5400

Edward Emanuel Levy III
7037 Canal Blvd., Suite 206-207
(504) 283-5549

Jamie Maria Manders
3501 Behrman Place
(504) 366-8193

Francis G. Martello
1502 Amelia St.
(504) 891-9119

John H. Moffatt Jr.
5809 Citrus Blvd., Suite 100
(504) 733-8551

Jonah R. Moore
1534 Aline St.
(504) 899-2333

Gizelle Pocé Richard
4460 General Degaulle Drive
(504) 394-5330

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Elizabeth Riggs
Elizabeth Riggs Dentistry
3442 Magazine St.
(504) 891-1115

John R. Ritchie
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 220
(504) 941-8107

Jeffrey Kent Roby
2633 Napoleon Ave., Suite 700
(504) 899-3497

Michael Nabih Rouhana
Westside Dental Group
4001 Macarthur Blvd.
(504) 368-7000

Wallace George Serpas III
CBD Dental Care
316 Baronne St.
(504) 525-9990

Kathryn L. Sturm
Audubon Dental Group
6120 Magazine St.
(504) 891-7471

Kim M. Tolar
1534 Aline St.
(504) 891-1880

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Sammy Tom
Audubon Dental Group
6120 Magazine St.
(504) 891-7471

William R. Yeadon
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
(504) 619-8712

Lamar E. Waguespack Jr.
La Vie Dental
109 Johnny Dufrene Drive
(985) 532-5303

Curtis John Zeringue
Bayou Dental Care
109 Johnny Dufrene Drive
(985) 532-3364

Brett David Madere
190 Central Ave.
P.O. Drawer 0
(985) 536-3193

River Ridge
William Keith deJong
De Jong-Plaisance Family Dentists
10154 Jefferson Highway
(504) 738-5171

Warren James Palmisano III
1847 Dock St., Suite 101
(504) 733-0871?

Kerry Thomas Plaisance Jr.
10154 Jefferson Highway
(504) 738-5171

William F. Schmidt Jr.
343 Walter Road
(504) 524-0098

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

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

Randall Alan Evans
1350 Gause Blvd. West
(985) 641-7136

John J. Killeen Jr.
110 Village Square
(985) 643-7516

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

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

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

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

Sheard Adolph Ber
1711 Himalaya Ave.
(985) 446-5031

Ellis David Braud Jr.
810 Bayou Lane
(985) 446-2888

Joshua Ryan Guidry
556 Cardinal Drive
(985) 449-0611

Jason R. Ray
698 East First St.
(985) 446-8037

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

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

Andrew Joseph Kreller III
19317 North Tenth St.
P.O. Box 1825
(985) 892-8404

David Gunter Baughman
Oral-Facial Surgery Center
1608 Polk St.
(985) 879-1972

Christopher J. Saal
Oral-Facial Surgery Center
1608 Polk St.
(985) 879-1972

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

Anthony A. Indovina
5132 Lapalco Blvd.
(504) 340-2401

Michael S. Block
The Center for Dental Reconstruction
110 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Suite 112
(504) 833-3368

Edward Joseph Boos
4224 Houma Blvd., Suite 670
(504) 456-5033

Michael Gray Ferguson
Oral Surgery Services, L.L.C.
4420 Conlin St., Suite 203
(504) 455-9960

Walter Jackson
Jackson Oral Surgery & Implants
4051 Veterans Blvd., Suite 200
(504) 455-7161

Demarcus Day Smith IV
Oral Surgery Services, L.L.C.
4420 Conlin St., Suite 203
(504) 455-9960

Paul Joseph Walters
Oral Surgery Services, LLC
4420 Conlin St., Suite 203
(504) 455-9960

New Orleans
Robert Edward Lane
Southern Oral Surgery
3525 Prytania St., Suite 216
(504) 899-8173

Charles Patrick Silvia Jr.
Southern Oral Surgery
3525 Prytania St., Suite 216
(504) 899-8173

Oral Pathology

New Orleans
Robert Byron Brannon
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 144
(504) 941-8449

Ronald Francis Carr
1901 Perdido St., Suite 5103
(504) 568-6031


Guy Warren Favaloro
1970 Ormond Blvd., Suite F
(985) 764-6050

Philip James Puneky
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 202
(504) 392-8484

Jack Patrick Devereux Jr.
Devereux & Nguyen Orthodontics
2800 Manhattan Blvd., Suite D
(504) 368-7513

Robert Michael Watzke
1929 Jutland Drive
(504) 341-0970

Catherine Schwab Coreil
Le Centre Orthodontic Arts
7845 Main St.
(985) 853-1142

Mark N. Coreil
Le Centre Orthodontic Arts
7845 Main St.
(985) 853-1142

David Victor Scaffidi
527 West Esplanade Ave., Suite 101
(504) 468-6201

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

Ronald A. Madere
200 Greenleaves Blvd., Suite 8
(985) 626-0160

Dennis Booth
4420 Conlin St., Suite 202
(504) 454-6555

John O. Clotworthy
1014 Veterans Memorial Blvd.
(504) 833-4361

George Peter Marse Jr.
4408 Trenton St., Suite C
(504) 455-5580

Shannon K. Simons
3330 Kingman St., Suite 3
(504) 887-8480

Carol A. Stuckey
701 Metairie Road, Suite 1A-204
(504) 835-1349

Morgan City
Whybra Joseph Duay Jr.
1301 Victor II Blvd.
P.O. Box 2750
(985) 385-1850

New Orleans
Glenn Carl Dubroc Jr.
145 Robert E Lee Blvd., Suite 404
(504) 283-8873

George Bradley Gottsegen
Gottsegen Orthodontics
3424 Coliseum St.
(504) 895-4841

John Donner Nolan Jr.
3648 General Degaulle Drive
(504) 368-1635

River Ridge
Daniel Paul Bordes
9537 Jefferson Highway
(504) 737-7324

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

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

Donovan Paul Soignet
1001 East 7th St., Suite A
(985) 446-5211

Pediatric Dentistry

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

Richard D. Olinde
189 Greenbrier Blvd.
(985) 892-5942

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered

Bryan Preston Frichter
Pediatric Dental Specialties
1230 South Morrison Blvd.
(985) 902-4477

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

N. Paige Gaudet
Bayou Childrens Dental Center
4752 Highway 311, Suite 115
(985) 868-8331

Claudia Anne Cavallino
Cavallino Pediatric Dentistry
3116 Sixth St., Suite 201
(504) 833-5528

Marvin Vincent Cavallino
Cavallino Pediatric Dentistry
3116 Sixth St., Suite 201
(504) 833-5528

Pamela R. Shaw
Dentisitry for Children
701 Metairie Road
(504) 838-8200

Stanley Corbett Simons
3020 Kingman St., Suite A
(504) 885-4794

New Orleans
Edward Lawrence Donaldson Jr.
Bippo’s Place for Smiles
3501 Behrman Place, Suite C
(504) 368-1990

Laura Pence Hogue
Westside Dental Group
4001 Macarthur Blvd.
(504) 368-7000

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

Victor Edward Babin III
600 Pecan St.
(985) 413-2552


Charles Thomas McCabe
250 Meadowcrest St., Suite 204
(504) 392-4734

Murray L. Rabalais Jr.
236 Progressive Blvd.
(985) 447-1500

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

Hisham F. Nasr
The Perio Clinic
337 Metairie Road, Suite 301
(504) 831-0800

Barry L. Radell
3521 North Arnoult Road
(504) 885-2611

A. Margarita Saenz
337 Metairie Road, Suite 301
(504) 831-0800

Aymee Spindler
2540 Severn Ave., Suite 402
(504) 887-8205

Steven J. Spindler
2540 Severn Ave., Suite 402
(504) 887-8205

New Orleans
Kristi M. Soileau
2820 Napoleon Ave., Suite 470
(504) 899-2255

Thomas William Mabry
1241 7th St.
(985) 646-1421

Monroe M. Howell
1117 Canal Blvd.
(985) 446-3855

Cosmetic Dentistry Offered


Paulino Castellon
4228 Houma Blvd., Suite 510
(504) 454-0141

Roger A. Vitter
4228 Houma Blvd., Suite 210
(504) 883-3737

New Orleans
Gerard Jules Chiche
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave.
(504) 619-8528

Laurie Frances Moeller
Louisiana State University School of Dentistry
1100 Florida Ave., Suite 224
(504) 670-2703

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

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