Dentist in Pensacola, FL
All our professionals at Perdido Dental Associates maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in dentistry. Meet our Doctor...
L. Michael Papadelias, D.M.D.
Dr. Mike Papadelias is a lifelong resident of Pensacola. He attended Pensacola Junior College and the University Of Florida. After graduating form the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine in 1984, Dr. Mike began practicing dentistry with his father, Dr. A. L. (Tony) Papadelias, in Pensacola. Dr. Tony had been practicing in Pensacola since 1961 and was synonymous with the highest standards of ethics and dentistry in the area. His tutelage was instrumental in shaping the foundation of Dr. Mike’s approach to his patients, practice, and profession. In 1986 at the insistence of his father, Dr. Mike opened the first dental practice located in the Perdido area. Over the next few years the practice and the area grew large enough for it to become his primary office. By 1991 it became his only practice location and has remained so to this day.
In 1986 Dr. Mike was married to his beautiful wife Ann and together they raised two daughters, Sarah and Lexi, who both attended the University of Alabama for their undergraduate degrees. Lexi graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and is now pursuing her masters in robotics from Johns Hopkins University while working full time as an engineer at Universal Studios. Sarah graduated with a Classics Degree and continued on to graduate from the University of Florida College of Law.
Dr. Mike and his family enjoy snow skiing, snorkeling, boating, and travel.
- University of Florida, B.S. degree, Microbiology, 1980.
- University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, D.M.D., 1984.
- Diagnosing and Managing Headaches
- Women's Health for Dental Professionals
- Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma
- Domestic Violence
- Medical Error Prevention and Root Cause Analysis
- Managin Dental Patients with HIV
- Laser Therapy in Periodontal Treatment
- Periodontal Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Recognize the Signs of Eating Disorders
- Successful Advanced Restorative Dentistry
- Bilateral Manipulation and Gnathology
- Update on All-Ceramic Crowns, Porcelain Veneers, and Bonding
- Global Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
- Dentoalveolar Extrusion - The most Difficult Patient in Dentistry
- The Clinical Management of TemperoMandibular Dysfunction
- Cutting Edge Endodontics - Advances in Biomechanical Preparation
- The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention
- Oral and Intravenous Bisphosphate Induced Osteonecrosis
- Laser Physics and Tissue Interaction
- Laser Clinical Questions
- Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure - LANAP
- Erbium Lasers
- Laser Root Reshaping
- An Implant-Supported, Screw Retained, Provisional Fixed Partial Denture for Pontic Site Enhancement
- Advanced Surgical Techniques to Enhance Implant Success in the Maxilla
- The Maxillary Sinus: Challenges and Treatment for Impant Placement
- Oral Malodor:Causes, Assessment, and Treatment
- The CEJ: A Biofilm and Calculus Trap
- Tissue Engineering with Recombinant Human Platelet-Derived Growth Factor BB for Implant Site Placement
- Prescribing Recommendations for the Treatment of Acute Pain in dentistry
- Maxillary Overlay Removable Partial Dentures for the Restoration of Worn teeth
- Clinical Decision Making Regarding Endodontics versus Implants
- Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office
- Sedative Airway Management in the Dental Office
- Cancer Treatment and Oral Care
- Periplastic Surgery for the Treatment of Recession Defects
- Transcrestal Sinus Floor elevation with Osteotomes
- Nonsurgical Gingival Displacement in Restorative Dentistry
- Resin Based Composite as a Direct Esthetic Restorative Material
- Techniques to Remove a Failed Integrated Implant
- Labratory Evaluation of Chronic Medical Conditions for Dental Treatment
- The Clinical Significance of Keratinized Gingiva Around Dental Implants
- Horizontal Alveolar Ridge Augmentation
- Consideration for the Proper Selection of Dental Cements
- Posterior Tooth Replacement with Dental Implants in Sites Augmented with rhBMP-2 at Time of Extraction
- Crestal Bone Loss and the Consequences of Retained Excess Cement Around Dental Implants
- Oral Sedation:Pharmacological and Clinical Update
- Innovations in Modern Endodontics I & II
- Myofacial Pain and the TMJ