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John V. Louis, DMD

Oct 17, 2014 01:14PM ● By Cate Reynolds


The Center for Specialized Dentistry

After graduating from The University of Pennsylvania with an advanced degree in Periodontics and Dental Implant Surgery in 1994, John V. Louis, D.M.D., opened The Center for Specialized Dentistry.

The Center for Specialized Dentistry is a state-of-the-art facility utilizing all of the latest in Dental technology to provide exceptional care. This technology includes Waterlase/Biolase Laser therapy, Cone Beam Computed Tomography (3D imaging), salivary DNA and molecular testing as well as Bio stimulation.

The Center for Specialized Dentistry specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of: Periodontal (Gum) Disease, Oral Cancer, TMJ Disorders, Sensitive Teeth, Gum Recession, Snoring, Dry Mouth, Burning Mouth Syndrome, Breath Disorder, Gummy Smile, Paresthesia, Grinding of Teeth, Fractured Teeth and Missing Teeth.

The Center for Specialized Dentistry is a leader in Computer Guided Dental Implant Surgery where Implant Surgery is performed via 3D planning, providing the most accurate Implant placement with the least amount of invasiveness and discomfort to the patient. This technology allows Dr. Louis to extract teeth, replace teeth, and restore teeth all in the same visit.

The Center for Specialized Dentistry is in the forefront when it comes to treating Periodontal (Gum) Disease. Periodontal disease can lead to, exacerbate, and make one more susceptible to: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Erectile Dysfunction, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Alzheimer’s Disease, Pulmonary Disease, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Cancer, and Low Birth Weight Pre-Term Babies. Periodontal Disease can also compromise the outcome of orthopedic surgery, organ transplant surgery and other types of invasive surgery.

The Center for Specialized Dentistry utilizes state-of-the-art molecular testing for treating Periodontal Disease by obtaining specific bacterial analysis and determining genetic susceptibility. Salivary DNA testing is also used to determine who is at increased risk for Human Papillomavirus-related Oral Cancers.

To ensure your comfort when you visit the Center for Specialized Dentistry, Dr. Louis and his staff will greet you with a warm smile then pamper you with a paraffin treatment for your hands, provide relaxing music for your listening pleasure or have your favorite television show on for your viewing pleasure. When you are ready to begin treatment, Dr. Louis provides virtually pain free anesthesia with the aid of Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) and Oral Sedatives.

Doing and caring more than is expected, maintaining the highest standards and careful attention to the smallest detail while providing excellence, experience, compassion and commitment: these are the values of The Center for Specialized Dentistry, its staff and Dr. John V. Louis.

The Center for Specialized Dentistry
John V. Louis, DMD
218 Bay Street, Easton, MD
410-820-9599 |


Q. Are Lasers being used in Dentistry and are they effective?

A. Today, Lasers assist the Dentist with everything from preparing teeth for Restorations to treating Periodontal Disease to Extracting Teeth to performing Root Canal Treatment to Desensitizing Teeth to removing Oral Lesions to treating TMJ issues to Whitening Teeth. Lasers are minimally invasive and help the body heal faster. Laser use in Dentistry is here to stay and the future is only promising.

John V. Louis, The Center for Specialized Dentistry