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Marketta Hormia, DDS, PhD


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I am a periodontist living and working in Helsinki, the capital of Finland, where I have my private dental practice. I am an international member of the American Academy of Periodontology. I have a Ph.D degree and a long background in research and teaching at the University of Helsinki and at the University of Turku, Finland. I function as an adjunct Professor at these Universities. I have also worked as a visiting scientist at the Scripps Clinic and research Foundation, la Jolla, CA. I can answer any question in the fields of dentistry and periodontics.

Experience in the area

Private practitioner in Helsinki, Finland over 20 years. Former researcher and teacher at two Finnish Universities.


The Finnish Society of Dentists, Division of Periodontology, American academy of Periodontology


Over 30 scientific research articles published in peer-reviewed international scientific journals (can be found on PubMed)


D.D.S., Ph.D, Specialist in Periodontology. Adjunct Professor.

Awards and Honors

Visiting Scientist at the Scripps Research Foundation, San Diego, California, 1992-1994. NIH grant

Past/Present Clients

Dental patients, national and international. All kinds of dental, oral and temporomandibular joint problems

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Recent Answers from Marketta Hormia, DDS, PhD

2016-03-05 My Periodontitis Situtation:

The most important thing to consider because of periodontal disease is to quit smoking. I understand that you did it already, am I right? It is very unlikely that your periodontal problems can be healed

2016-02-26 crown inflmation and recession:

I might not fully understand your question.    To me, it seems that you have been visiting two or three dentists who have different views about your treatment.    A skilled dentist will understand the

2016-01-10 Gum Height At Front Uneven:

Yes, the gum may grow back after tooth lengthening. It depends on whether and how much bone has been removed, how thick the gum tissue is, how the tooth and its neighbors are located in the dental arch

2016-01-08 Gum Height At Front Uneven:

There are several techniques for achieving an even gum line for your front teeth. Your periodontist will make the choice of technique based on your personal situation and your preferences.    Grafting

2015-10-28 Bone loss:

Good to hear that you received understanding and explanation of your problem.    The treatment plan is adequate and proper.    I believe that you will receive good treatment at the perio-dental college


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