email: patientcare@drberardi.com

2322 Wehrle Dr., Williamsville

Preventive Dentistry

In order to maintain optimal dental health, it is important to visit our office on a regular basis. The time between visits varies for each person, and is based your dental health. In our younger years, routine dental visits can help prevent cavities and other dental problems. As we age, we are more likely to lose our teeth to periodontal (gum) disease than to cavities. 

Dental Cleanings, Check-ups and Gum Disease

berardi male patient.pngPeriodontal disease (gum disease) occurs when bacteria found in plaque produces toxins. The toxins cause gum tissue to swell and bleed. Gum disease affects millions of people. It can lead to other systemic diseases in your body. Regular check-ups can help you avoid, or halt, both cavities and gum disease. We recommend teeth cleanings/preventive visits twice a year.​


What Takes Place at My Routine Dental Visit? 

A detailed oral evaluation is performed at each ‘check-up’ appointment. We will examine all hard and soft oral tissues such as the teeth, gums, palate, cheeks, tongue, and throat. Digital x-rays are usually taken on an annual basis. Afterward, a dental cleaning may be performed. Our dental hygienist will remove any plaque, tartar or stain from your teeth.  We will also teach you how to keep your smile healthy and bright. 


What If I Have Gum Disease?

If you are found to have gum disease (called periodontal disease), a non-surgical treatment called scaling and root planning may be recommended. We will use a local anesthetic to prevent any pain. Then we will remove any tartar, plaque, and bacteria found under and above the gum line. This allows your oral tissue to heal.

After treatment, you may be asked to visit our office every three to four months to keep your condition stable. Periodontal disease left unchecked can lead to tooth loss. But while new bone will not return to areas where it has already been lost, the disease progress can be halted. Contact us today if you are at-risk of gum disease or currently experiencing pain.


Teeth Whitening

Have you tried over the counter whiteners, such as white strips, with lackluster results? Berardi Dentistry offers several professional options for teeth whitening. Enjoy a brighter smile without worries over harming your teeth. LEARN MORE...

Dental Bonding

Unhappy with not only the shade of your teeth, but also their shape? Bonding may be the answer. Bonding can be used to close spaces between the teeth, lengthen small or misshapen teeth, and lighten stained teeth. LEARN MORE...

Dental Veneers

A veneer is a thin shell of porcelain or plastic that's bonded to a tooth, generally covering only its front and top. They can be used to correct crowding, to replace composite bonding, to close spaces between your teeth, lengthen small or misshapen teeth, or whiten stained teeth. LEARN MORE...

Dental Implants

With dental implants, you can eat, speak, and smile with complete confidence. A dental implant is a small, prosthetic tooth-like root. It is surgically placed into the jawbone tissue. Implants have a very high success rate and can last a lifetime! LEARN MORE...

Partial & Full Dentures

A partial denture may be recommended if you have multiple missing teeth. Partial dentures are usually less expensive than multiple fixed bridges or implants, but offer a high quality, reliable solution. Full dentures can be made if all your teeth are missing to restore a beautiful smile and your ability to chew and speak properly. LEARN MORE...

Fixed Bridges

If teeth are lost due to gum disease or injury, a permanent fixed bridge can restore one’s smile. A fixed bridge, like a crown, is made of porcelain or porcelain fused to precious metal, matched to the shade of your other teeth. LEARN MORE...


2322 Wehrle Drive
Williamsville, NY 14221

email:  patientcare@drberardi.com

MTW:  8am to 5pm  
Th:     12pm to 7pm
Fr:        8am to 4pm