Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery in Minot
Cosmetic periodontal procedures are a conventional way to cover unsightly, sensitive, or exposed root surfaces and to prevent future gum recession. If you are unhappy with the appearance of short, unsightly teeth, this can be greatly improved by a combination of periodontal procedures by Dr. Weisner and cosmetic dentistry by your dentist.
Video: Crown Lengthening (Esthetic)
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Cosmetic Periodontal Surgery Procedures
Although your teeth appear short, they may actually be the proper length. The teeth may be covered with too much gum tissue. We can correct this by performing the periodontal plastic surgery procedure, crown lengthening. During this procedure, excess gum and bone tissue are reshaped to expose more of the natural tooth. This can be done to more than one tooth, to even your gum line, and to create a beautiful smile.
Patient Reviews: Crown Lengthening
Please read reviews below from our patients about their Crown Lengthening procedure at our practice. Use our Patient Review form to leave a review about your Gummy Smile / Crown Lengthening experience with Minot Dental Partners. Call our office if you would like more information: Minot Dental Partners Phone Number (701) 839-1705.
Minot Dental Partners
Patient Review by Shannon M
Very thorough. Staff very friendly as well.
- Shannon M
Patient Review by Lori F
The staff are personable and efficient. I love going here, they always ask about my family, my work, etc. They go out of their way to get to know you as a person first, patient second.
- Lori F
Another cosmetic procedure is the soft tissue graft. It is used to cover unattractive tooth roots, reduce gum recession, and protect the roots from decay and eventual loss.
Tooth loss causes the jaw bone to recede and can lead to an unnatural looking indentation in your gums and jaw, and appearance of a general aging. The original look of your mouth may not be recaptured because of spaces remaining under and between replacement teeth. They may appear too long compared to nearby teeth.
Bone grafting following tooth loss can preserve the socket/ridge and minimize gum and bone collapse. There is less shrinkage and a more aesthetic tooth replacement for either an implant crown or fixed bridge around the replacement teeth.