Dental Implants – Dental implants provide a permanent alternative to replace missing teeth and secure a denture or bridge.
Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery – Sculpting low or uneven gum tissue gives a pleasing shape to the gum line and makes teeth look longer and more attractive.
Gum Grafting – A gum graft covers teeth where gums have receded, reducing further recession and protecting bone tissue and tooth roots.
Crown Lengthening – Reshaping tissue at the gum line exposes natural tooth structure for esthetic purposes and to prepare teeth for restoration.
Osseous Surgery – Surgically reshaping the bone that holds teeth in place remedies the bone loss that occurs with severe gum disease, called periodontitis.
Bone Regeneration – Regeneration of new bone restores bone to a healthy level to support teeth and gums and to resolve advanced gum disease.
Bone Grafting – A bone graft provides additional mass to bone tissue diminished by gum disease and provides a stable foundation for dental implants.
Ridge Preservation – This bone grafting procedure restores jawbone mass to appropriate levels following the loss of one or more teeth.