ROOT™ Periodontal & Implant Centers




ROOT™ Periodontal & Implant Centers

6 Locations Serving the Greater Dallas Fort Worth Texas Metro

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Your health. Your confidence. Your teeth.

At ROOT Periodontal & Implant Center we take all of these things seriously and understand they all are closely related. We think every patient deserves to know the truth about their health so they can make a smart decision. Are you ready to achieve oral health? What are you missing out on by not?

What is ROOT? ROOT is one of the largest periodontal groups in the United States and a leading provider of periodontal and implant dentistry in Texas. Dr. Amit M. Patel launched ROOT in 2013 and has grown the company to 7 locations within the DFW metroplex.

Who are we? Our main purpose is to care for you as family so you feel loved. We strive for full transparency to gain our patients trust. We work together as a group of periodontists, and are able to collaborate on cases in house. Our teams aim to SAVE TEETH! Our doctors put the patient’s needs and desires first, while also providing exceptional surgical and non-surgical patient care. We strive to deliver esthetic and functional results in a comfortable environment. Our award-winning periodontists specialize in treatment options that can save failing teeth as well as replace missing teeth if that is needed.

Why choose us? Comprehensive Periodontal Treatment. Our ROOT doctors are proficient in treating advanced gum disease, placement of dental implants, bone regenerative procedures, soft tissue grafting, wisdom teeth extractions and periodontal plastic surgery/cosmetic procedures. We offer IV sedation to keep our patients comfortable and reduce any anxiety that one may have. With 7 locations throughout DFW, we are able to accommodate patients in a convenient, friendly, and family-feel setting that is close to your home or work. We offer COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATIONS for every new patient.

Dr. Patel

The training that Dr. Patel has received has given him a wide range of experience in treating advanced periodontal disease, complicated extractions of teeth, placement of dental implants, bone regenerative procedures, as well as in periodontal plastic surgery/cosmetic procedures.

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Dr. Fallah Abed

Dr. Fallah Abed has been working as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontics at Texas A&M College of Dentistry since 2018 and was appointed as Director of the Postdoctoral Periodontics program in 2019. He received his DDS degree in 2009.

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Dr. Alspach

Dr. Alspach has received specialized training in treatment of the soft tissues and bone around teeth, as well as placing dental implants. His commitment to excellence has never wavered during the 30+ years he’s served the Denton community.

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Dr. Husain

Dr. Husain is proficient in dental surgical procedures involving bone and soft tissue grafting, dental implant placement, minimally invasive LANAP and other laser procedures, and treating chronic periodontal diseases.

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Dr. Parachuru

Dr. Parachuru offers surgical procedures such as periodontal plastic surgery, dental implant placement, bone grafting regeneration, and sinus grafting. He also specializes in soft tissue regeneration using fibrin rich platelets as the treatment of aggressive and chronic periodontal diseases.

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Dr. Stern

Dr. Stern received 5 years of post-graduate training at NYU: She completed a year long Advanced Program in Comprehensive Dentistry, and spent the following year completing a fellowship.  She completed her post-graduate training in Periodontics, receiving the Arthur Ashman Award for Academic and Clinical Excellence.

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To determine if you have gum disease, your periodontist will measure the space between your teeth and gums. Patients who have pockets that are deeper than the average depth of three millimeters or less will be considered candidates for treating gum disease. Depending upon how severe your case is, your periodontist will suggest a follow up appointment, during which several different treatment options may be recommended.

Pinhole Surgical Treatment

Patients who are suffering from periodontal disease may experience gum recession. If this issue is not treated at an early stage, more complicated and serious problems can develop, as gum recession creates greater exposure of your natural teeth, which creates opportunities for bacteria to build. To address this issue, patients have historically had gum grafting, which involves removing tissue from unaffected areas and then grafting this tissue to the areas that have been affected. This is an effective method for addressing the issue of receding gums, however there is a newer and increasingly popular approach to treating receding gums, which is the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST).

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Laser Gum Surgery

Laser gum surgery is an advanced treatment option that efficiently and painlessly treats gum disease through the use of a laser. One of the unique aspects of laser gum surgery is that the laser pinpoints and kills bacteria without damaging surrounding gum tissue. Unlike other treatment options, which involve cutting and suturing, patients who have laser gum surgery and treatment performed will have a much quicker healing process.

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Gum Grafting

Patients who have gum recession may consider having a gum graft, a common oral surgical procedure that thickens existing gums and/or covers a tooth root surface in order to prevent further recession from occurring. Gum recession can occur for a variety of reasons, but the most common reason is due to periodontal disease. A gum graft will not only improve the aesthetic appearance of your smile, but will also reduce your risk of developing additional issues.

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Gingival Contouring

Patients who have an imbalanced ratio between their visible gums and teeth have what is commonly referred to as a gummy smile. Gummy smiles can be caused by a range of factors, including bone deterioration, periodontal disease, or genetic predisposition. Regardless of the reason, patients often feel self-conscious about their appearance and will seek to improve this issue by having a gum contouring procedure performed.

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Scaling & Root Planing

Scaling and Root Planing (also known as deep teeth cleaning and deep gum cleaning) is a common method used to address periodontal disease. Scaling refers to the process of removing tartar that has accumulated, either on your teeth or below your gumline. Planing refers to the removal of tartar below the root line. When bacteria is allowed to settle on your teeth for too long, it will eventually mineralize and turn into tartar. The primary difference between plaque and tartar is that plaque can be removed by conventional brushing methods, whereas tartar will need to be removed through the efforts of your periodontist. It is important to schedule regular deep teeth cleaning and deep gum cleaning appointments to prevent periodontal disease from developing.

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Dental implants are a good option for any patient who is missing a tooth or teeth and would prefer a more
permanent solution than dentures. Although a person cannot be too old to have dental implants placed, they
may be too young. Dental implants are not generally recommended for teenagers or younger, as their facial
and dental bones are still forming.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a surgical component(s) that connect a dental prosthesis to the bone of the skull or jaw. Dental implants are commonly recommended for patients who are missing teeth and would prefer something more permanent than dentures.

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All on Four Dental Implants

All-on-4 Dental Implants are a unique type of dental implant that support all teeth using only four implants, rather than one implant per tooth. All-on-4 is typically recommended for patients who are missing the majority of their teeth and are looking for a cost-effective and less invasive solution to return their full, healthy smile. All-on-4 dental implants are a popular option because they offer a permanent solution to missing teeth that is less invasive than traditional dental bridges, implants, or dentures.

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Implant Supported Dentures

Implant supported dentures are a type of overdenture that is attached to and supported by dental implants. Dental implants are a surgical component(s) that connect a dental prosthesis to the bone of the skull or jaw. Implant supported dentures are commonly recommended for patients who have missing teeth or who have traditional dentures and are frustrated with common issues related to them, such as frequent shifting and slipping, discomfort, or having to modify their diet. There are several different types of implant supported dentures, including All-on-4, All-on-6, bridges, or single implants. Which implant type is right for you will depend upon your particular needs and the severity of your tooth loss.

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Teeth in a Day

Teeth-in-a-Day are a popular alternative to traditional dental implants that is typically recommended for patients who are missing the majority of their teeth and are looking for a cost-effective and less invasive solution to return their full, healthy smile. Teeth-in-a-Day implants are a popular option because they offer a permanent solution to missing teeth that is less invasive than traditional dental bridges, implants, or dentures.

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Dental Bone Grafting

A dental bone graft is a procedure that is performed for patients who require a dental implant for their missing teeth, but do not currently have a sufficient amount of jawbone to support the implant. Jawbone deterioration can occur for a variety of reasons, including congenital defects, gum disease, infection, or trauma. Strategic placing of bone grafting material will typically result in the development of a sufficient foundation within four to nine months, although it is important to be aware that the success of the bone graft is not guaranteed.

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At ROOT™ Periodontal and Implant Center, we are committed to ensuring you maintain your bright and
healthy smile. We are also proud to provide you with the latest dental technology to ensure that you achieve
the long-lasting results that you deserve.


Millions of Americans are currently suffering from some form of gum disease, but very few are actively seeking treatment, even though there are a range of complications that can develop as a result of gum disease, such as diabetes, heart disease, pancreatic cancer and more. As the only FDA-approved laser treatment for correcting periodontal disease, LANAP is a safe, effective, and painless procedure that can make a significant difference in your overall oral and general health.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that are the last teeth to erupt, typically in the late teenage years or early twenties. It is not always necessary to have wisdom teeth removed, but the procedure is commonly performed because not removing them can result in a wide range of oral health issues, such as misalignment, tooth decay, nerve and jaw damage, pain, and/or infection.

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Tooth Extraction

Although every effort will be made to preserve your natural teeth, there are instances when it will be necessary and to your benefit to extract a tooth, rather than try to preserve it. There are two primary types of extractions that can occur: a simple extraction, which involves extracting a tooth that is above the gumline, and a surgical extraction, which involves extracting a tooth that is below the gumline. Simple extractions are typically done for teeth that are decayed or damaged beyond repair, whereas surgical extractions are done for impacted teeth or wisdom teeth.

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A frenectomy (frenulectomy) is a procedure that addresses and corrects issues related to a frenum. This procedure is most typically performed in children. The two most common type of frenulum’s that are treated are the lingual frenum and the maxiliary labial frenum. The lingual frenum connects the tongue to the floor of the mouth. When this frenum runs all the way to the tongue’s tip, a patient is said to be tongue-tied. The maxillary labial frenum is responsible for attaching the gums and upper lip above your top front teeth.

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Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is the administration of medication for patients who are having intensive oral procedures performed and/or who have extra sensitive teeth or anxiety related to having dental procedures performed. There are a range of sedation types that may be offered, ranging from mild, moderate, and deep sedation. Most sedatives work by depressing the areas of the central nervous system responsible for conscious awareness.

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ROOT prides itself on our dedication to positive patient outcomes using the most modern technologies available today. From X-Guide to PRF, Periolase to Cone Beam; you can rely on ROOT to help make your experience as comfortable and successful as possible.


Dental implants are one of the most common issues that develop because of periodontal disease or due to patients experiencing facial trauma. Fortunately, there have been tremendous strides in dental health procedures and technology, which have made dental implant placement faster, more effective, and more precise. Patients undergoing implant surgery will receive no better treatment than surgery performed using Cone Beam CT and X-Navigation/X-Guide. X-Navigation/X-Guide builds off the cone bean system and simplifies and improves the dental implant process by providing dynamic 3D navigation and a single 360-degree view of anatomy and drill position in surgery.

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IntraSpin PRF

Following any surgery, the body begins to heal itself by producing platelets, which assist in the formation of blood clots. These platelets also contain hormones that stimulate tissue growth and speed the healing process up. For many years, doctors have used what is known as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRF) to help speed up the recovery process, which it does due to it being a by-product of blood saturated with platelets. Although PRF has been used in traditional medical clinics, as well as by professional athletes for many years, recent technological developments have allowed for the expanded use of PRF to be applied to oral procedures.

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Periodontal disease is an increasingly common issue, with recent studies indicating that nearly half of all Americans have some form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease develops when the bones and soft tissue that support your teeth become infected, which typically occurs due to the formation of plaque on the surface of the teeth, which contains bacteria. When the immune system recognizes this bacterium, it tries to eliminate it by releasing substances that cause your gums to become inflamed, which in turns begin to destroy your bone, ligaments, and gums

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Cone Beam CT

When regular facial or dental X-rays do not provide sufficient information required to make a proper diagnosis and treatment plan for periodontal issues, it may be necessary to use dental cone beam computed tomography (CT). Standard dental cone beam CT is generally avoided if possible, due to it having significantly higher radiation exposure, compared to traditional x-rays. Cone Beam CT has become a popular diagnostic tool due to it producing high-quality 3D diagnostic images, using considerably less radiation.

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