About Us

We look forward to having you as a patient and thank you for selecting us for your periodontal care. At Rogue Periodontics, we provide excellent periodontal preventive care and treatment for various stages of gum disease, including multiple forms of surgical procedures. Dr. Ferrin and Dr. Malloy partner with general dentists to develop customized treatment plans and strive to help patients achieve long-lasting, natural-looking teeth. The entire team at Rogue Periodontics focuses on the needs of each patient to provide a comfortable treatment experience in a relaxing and modern environment.

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Dr. John Ferrin & Dr. Kyle Malloy


John Ferrin, DMD, MS

Dr. John Ferrin received his DMD at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine, and has extensive knowledge of the latest periodontal training available. He also received a Master’s Degree of Science and a certificate in Periodontology from the University of Kentucky’s Periodontal Program, where he served as Chief Resident. Dr. Ferrin founded and today isco-director of the Rogue Excellence Dental Club with his partner Dr. Malloy.

Kyle Malloy, DMD, MS

Dr. Kyle Malloy graduated with Great Honors and received numerous awards while earning his DMD at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Dentistry. He remained at OHSU to complete his Periodontal residency program earning a certificate in Periodontology and his master's degree (MS). Dr. Malloy successfully challenged the American Board of Periodontology to earn Diplomate status and is Board Certified in Periodontal and Implant Surgery. Together with Dr. Ferrin, he is co-director of the Rogue Excellence Dental Club.



Periodontal Evaluation

The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) recommends that you receive a comprehensive periodontal evaluation, or CPE, annually to determine if you have or if you are at risk for periodontal disease. By assessing your periodontal health yearly, you and your dental professional will know how healthy your teeth and gums are, and will be better able to assess if you need additional treatment.


Soft Tissue Grafting (Gum Grafting)

If gum recession is present and tooth roots are exposed, a gum graft may be recommended. This procedure is used to control and prevent further gum recession and subsequent damage to the surrounding teeth and bone structure.


LANAP (Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure)

The LANAP protocol is a laser-based treatment for gum disease. There is no cutting and suturing with the LANAP protocol. Patients typically report less pain and discomfort during and after the procedure, compared to traditional periodontal surgery.


Periodontal Maintenance

Periodontal maintenance therapy is an ongoing program designed to prevent the progression of periodontal (gum) disease in the gum tissue and bone that supports the teeth. Periodontal maintenance is usually necessary for patients who have been diagnosed with and treated for periodontal disease.


Dental Implants

Dental implants represent a groundbreaking advancement in restorative dentistry. They offer the longest lasting and most natural-looking solution for replacing missing teeth, providing numerous benefits.


IV Sedation

IV sedation is typically necessary for oral surgeries and more complicated dental procedures. It involves placing a small IV into the arm and delivering a safe sedative into your system.