If you have a cracked or broken tooth or a naturally short tooth, your dentist may want to put an artificial crown on this – a tooth-shaped cap placed above your actual tooth – for structural reasons. In a process called “crown lengthening,” our periodontists step in to move the gum tissues and reshape bone in order to create enough of the actual tooth to support the crown.
Crown Lengthening can also be done to modify your gum margin to help expose a broader and more natural smile.
- Close coordination with the patient's dentist to develop a treatment plan and determine the best restoration.
- Precise removal of the targeted gum tissue and bone (if necessary) to expose the dental crown.
- Home care instructions to prevent tooth infection and gum infection.
We treat every patient who walks through our door with the respect they deserve and provide a warm a welcoming environment for their consultation to determine the best periodontal treatment for their health and wellness.
Our periodontists have the same training and same vision in providing the highest standard of care and expertise for people suffering from gum disease issues to improve their oral health.
We are consistently referred to and sought out for our exceptional perio care, having decades of proven patient results in successfully treating tooth and gum disease issues.