PHOENIX, June 15, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The partners of AZPerio announced that periodontist Phillip
Dr. Steven G. Reitan, founding partner of AZPerio, stated that "the addition of Dr. Garrett is integral to the group's strategy to expand its clinical presence, based on increased demand for its services, and the group looks forward to providing periodontal care to referring practices and their patients throughout the East Valley and Casa Grande communities. "Added Dr. Ralph F. Wilson, the group's Managing Partner, "Dr. Garrett's clinical skillset and acumen are only surpassed by his commitment to delivering patient care excellence and superior outcomes."
Dr. Garrett and his AZPerio colleagues provide ethical, compassionate and comprehensive care for a range of dental conditions, including highly specialized techniques for the treatment of periodontal disease and the placement of dental implants and permanent full mouth smile replacement options.
About AZPerio: The specialists of AZPerio are specialty-trained and board-certified in periodontics. They and their team members are dedicated to improving the quality of life of each of their patients through the compassionate treatment of a variety of complex dental conditions. Offering a comprehensive spectrum of therapeutic and minimally invasive options, AZPerio is one of the nation's premier providers of periodontal services; a practice nationally-recognized for its commitment to the highest standards of patient care, serving patients and their referring practices throughout the greater Phoenix metropolitan area for more than 30 years, with offices in North Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, South Scottsdale, Central Phoenix, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Sedona and Cottonwood.
For more information about AZPerio, please visit http://www.AZPerio.com.
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