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Your Dentist in Plaquemine, LA, and Surrounding Areas Dr. Paul Neumann — Welcome to Our Practice

As one of the most trusted dentists in the area, Dr. Paul Neumann has created a very personal and very friendly dental practice that works hard to take care of your needs. Our practice is always on time, and we always give you one-on-one time with our dentist to work out what is best for your dental health and for your smile.

Our goal is to make sure all of our patients are comfortable and happy as we provide dentistry in Plaquemine, Louisiana, and the surrounding areas of Brusly, Addis, Morrisonville, White Castle, and Bayou Goula, Louisiana. We make things as easy as they can possibly be on each of our patients. Having practiced here since 1991, we have focused on taking a comprehensive approach to your dental care, adding greater continuity and overall emphasis on making sure your health and smile is the best it can be.

We would love for you to browse through our website and learn more about us, and what we can do to help you receive the best dental care available. If you have any questions for us, we also invite you to call us with any questions and concerns. We’re also happy to help you schedule an appointment with us.

Meet Our Doctor

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  • Dr.
    Paul Neumann, DDS

    Dr. Neumann was born in North Louisiana. He studied at the University of Louisiana Monroe and went on to study further at LSU Dental School and graduated with his DDS in 1989. After graduation, Dr. Neumann has been commendably consistent with his continuing education, and has made sure to stay on top of the latest developments in dentistry. Read More


What Our Clients Say About Us

    - Tangi D.
  • "The Dr and staff are amazing. I’m a very nervous patient and these guys make me feel at peace. I would highly recommend Dr. Neumann to anyone who needs dental care. A Huge"
    - Amanda G.

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  • Tooth Decay Prevention

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  • Root Canal Treatment

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  • Fillings

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  • Veneers

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  • Laser Decay Diagnostics

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  • Laser Dentistry

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  • Same-Day Crowns

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  • Digital X-Rays

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