Are Dental Implants Right for You?

If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to restore your ability to smile, speak and eat with comfort and confidence, then dental implants may be right for you. Do you hide your smile because of spaces from missing teeth? Or, do you have missing teeth that need to be replaced due to tooth loss from advanced gum disease? Are your dentures not fitting securely and comfortably? If any of these situations keep you from feeling good about yourself and your smile, dental implants may be a solution for you.

Welcome to The Center for Periodontal Health & Dental Implants

Welcome to The Center for Periodontal Health & Dental Implants


Dr. Ivy Batos and her team strive to provide the highest quality periodontal  and dental implant care. We feel that we can do this by offering leading edge, state of the art periodontal therapy in an environment that is caring and thoughtful.

We take pride in two things – how we treat our patients and the quality of our treatment. We highly value the patient education process and effective lines of communication with both our patients and their family dentists.

We are committed to continuously expanding our horizons of knowledge and technical expertise.

We are dedicated to delivering quality periodontal care in a personal and caring manner. Periodontal disease is present in epidemic proportions and often presents no symptoms until the destructive infectious process is advanced. Our commitment to health includes concern for the health of the gums and bone supporting your teeth. A beautiful smile is accessible and deserved by everyone.

About Dr. Batos

drbatos_largeDr. Ivy Batos is a graduate of Cornell University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She received her Dental Degree and Periodontal certification from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to full-time practice she is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University, teaching in the Department of Periodontics. Dr. Batos loves to lecture and teach. Her special interests include the relationship between periodontal disease and total body health. Dr. Batos received a special achievement award in Periodontics and Prosthetic Dentistry from the University of Pennsylvania and has been published in various journals.

Memberships include: American Academy of Periodontology, American Dental Association, Greater Cleveland Dental Society, Cleveland Society of Periodontists, The Ohio Dental Association, Northeast Ohio Dental Society and The Academy of Osseointegration.