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  • Bone Grafting and Tissue Regeneration

    Periodontal disease results in deep pockets and bone loss around the teeth. The bone can develop funnel-shaped defects (infrabony defects) that can be treated with bone grafts to stimulate bone regeneration and attachment. Regenerative procedures such as bone grafts can be done in conjunction with periodontal surgery and often times involves the placement of a membrane, which is used to cover the bone graft and prevent the gum tissue from interfering with bone healing. Learn More
  • Crown Lengthening

    Crown lengthening is a procedure to increase the amount of tooth extending from the gum line. This procedure is required to increase the amount of tooth so that a new crown or restoration can be placed. Crown lengthening is often needed where there is a crack, tooth decay, resorption, or extreme wear. Crown lengthening is a necessary step to ensure that the final restoration fits appropriately or to avoid the gum problems that can occur when restorations extend deeply under the gum line. Following the crown lengthening procedure patients usually wait six to twelve weeks before proceeding with the final restoration. Learn More
  • Soft Tissue Grafting

    Soft tissue grafts are used to cover exposed root surfaces and replace gum tissue, which was lost due to gum recession. The recession may have occurred for a variety of reasons including aggressive tooth brushing, periodontal disease or a combination of factors including grinding and clenching of the teeth. The benefits of grafting include improved appearance, protection to the teeth and reduced tooth sensitivity. Grafts can be provided for a single area or multiple teeth can be treated at one appointment. Learn More
  • Implants

    Implants have become the first choice and a standard of care for tooth replacement. A missing tooth can be disfiguring and result in a poor cosmetic situation. Multiple missing teeth can result in bone loss that affects facial contours and cause drifting of the surrounding teeth. Implants provide the most advanced tooth replacement system ever devised. When implants are placed at the appropriate time, they can help preserve the jawbone and prevent the appearance of premature aging. The implant-supported teeth look and function like natural teeth and will help you to chew, smile, and laugh with confidence. Learn More
  • Periodontal Surgery

    In cases where significant bony changes have accompanied periodontal disease or where pockets remain even after scaling and root planing, periodontal surgery is done to reduce pockets and improve the contour of the bone and gums around the teeth. Periodontal surgery involves reflecting (folding back) the gum line to create access to adequately treat the root surfaces and the supporting bone. During periodontal surgery, certain regenerative procedures such as bone grafts and guided-tissue regeneration can be performed. The ultimate goal is to reduce pockets and improve the attachment level to the teeth. Periodontal surgery is typically done under local anesthesia and conscious sedation. Learn More
  • Scaling And Root Planing

    Scaling and root planing involves careful cleaning of the root surfaces to remove plaque and calculus (tartar) from deep periodontal pockets and to smooth the tooth root to remove bacterial toxins. Scaling and root planing is often followed by adjunctive therapy including locally delivered or systemic antibiotics or host modulation therapy. Scaling and root planing is performed under local anesthetic with ultrasonic cleaners as well as scaling instruments. Both hygienists and dentists are trained to perform root planing. Learn More
  • Antibiotics

    Antibiotics are used in many forms in the scope of our practice to control or prevent bacterial infections or to reduce the destructive effects of the body’s response to bacteria. Learn More
  • Patient Comfort

    Our goal is to provide periodontal and implant care with the highest degree of patient comfort. Many potential patients put off needed dental care due to anxiety, sensitivity, or fear of pain. In our office we hope to reduce possible anxiety about periodontal and implant treatment by providing you with the information that you need to understand what will happen. Learn More