To make an appointment, please call us at (401) 737-3663 during office hours.

Welcome to Our Practice

Welcome to Pirie Periodontics, Your Dentist in Warwick, RI

Dr. George Pirie has been voted

in the Rhode Island Monthly magazine since 2008

For patient comfort, our procedures are performed in a gentle, painfree fashion with the use of the DentalVibe Instrument and Local Anesthetic.

We invite you to call with any questions or email us via the contact us page of our Web site.

Mission Statement

By working as a team, we respond to your concerns by providing the best treatment options for your dental health.  Dr. Pirie treats his patients as if they were members of his own family along the timeless principle of the "Golden Rule".  Our office is well known for providing high quality, gentle care for optimal dental health. 

  • Listen to those we are privileged to serve
  • Earn the trust and respect of patients, professionals, and our community
  • Exceed your expectations
  • Ensure a gentle and compassionate environment
  • Strive for continuous improvement at all levels

Meet Our Doctor

  • George W. Pirie, DMD

    is a specialist in the field of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry.  Dr. Pirie been providing dental care in Rhode Island for over 33 years.  He is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, and The Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry. 

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I had deep-cleaning and gingivectomy treatment done last week and it was an excellent treatment that I had , felt no pain what ever during the treatment and post the treatment, now I feel healthy after the treatment, would for sure recommend Dr Pirie to my friends."
  • "I have had a fair amount of work done by Dr. Pirie. The doctor and his staff are friendly, attentive and extremely good at what they do. I can't recommend them highly enough."
  • "I have been receiving dental treatment for the last few years from Dr Pirie .I have never felt more comfortable with any other dental firm and their staff than I do with them. Dr Pirie has given me a whole new outlook on the future of my mouth/teeth. I trust him completely"
  • "Dr. Pirie and his staff are absolutely fantastic! I’ve had multiple gum graphs done by him and his work is perfect, I couldn’t be more pleased with the results. Each surgery he made me feel so comfortable and at ease, especially since I was very nervous about getting the graphs done to begin with. His staff greets you with smiles and are extremely polite. The atmosphere is very comforting, I felt at home with each visit. I highly recommend Dr. Pirie to anyone that needs any periodontal work done, he is the absolute best!!"
  • "I had a great experience, as usual. My dental technician was thorough and professional. Dr. Pirie was a class act...he is the man. There is a reason he was voted top of his profession 5 years in a row"

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