Dental Periodontist is a specialist who is trained to diagnose, prevent and treat periodontal diseases. Their main focus of periodontics to prevent inflammatory diseases that can damage the gums and supporting bones around the teeth. Suppose the gums are red, swollen or bleeding, do contact us immediately. Because if not cured on time it might damage the periodontium structures which includes periodontal ligaments and bone loss. This affecting of gums and supporting structure around the teeth is called periodontitis.

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Gummy Smile Reduction

Gummy Smile Reduction

Sometimes in order to get a pleasing and perfect smile, it is not always about beautiful teeth but proportional gumline too. To make the smile look better, the excess gum tissue is removed to expose all the beautiful enamel nature gave you. Why people opt for the gummy smile to escape self- consciousness or embarrassment. Sometimes thin upper lip too can be the root to this problem by allowing more of the gum to be exposed.

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Crown Lengthening

Crowns are usually recommended in cases like tooth crack, broken, or misshapen. Another name to crowns is tooth cap. In this tooth-shaped cap is placed and fixed on the affected tooth to provide missing structure to the tooth. This is a common surgical procedure. The surgeon removes gum tissue, bone or both to expose more of a tooth. Another name to crowns is tooth cap. In this tooth-shaped cap is placed and fixed on the affected tooth to provide missing structure to the tooth. This is a common surgical procedure. The surgeon removes gum tissue, bone or both to expose more of a tooth. Crowns sometime help to complete dental procedures, like a bridge, root canals, and implants.

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Crown Lengthening

Scaling & Root Planning

Gum disease is caused by a sticky film of bacteria called plaque. Plaque then gets trapped into pockets and cannot be removed with regular brushing. If untreated, gum disease could lead to bone and tooth loss. Although routine cleanings are done to prevent periodontal (gum) disease, scaling, and root planning is a non-surgical procedure done to treat periodontal disease. In fact, this procedure – sometimes called a deep cleaning – is considered the “gold standard” of treatment for patients with chronic periodontitis.

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Periodontal Gum Disease

Gum disease is a sneaky, progressive disease. The first stage, called gingivitis, occurs when bacterial plaque is not thoroughly removed from your teeth. Red, swollen and bleeding gums are the telltale signs of this infection. This kind of infection is not very common. But if not treated on time can become dangerous. It is important to identify warning signs leading to gums infection to stop further damage with a proper cure.

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Periodontal Gum Disease
Pocket Reduction

Pocket Reduction

Pocket reduction is a surgery or dental treatment which helps eliminate progressive bacterial growth and help reduce bone or tooth decay, gum inflammations due to poor oral hygiene or deep pockets in your teeth. Due to the varied bone and gum structure, bacteria grows in hard to reach corners of the mouth and causes loss of bone or tissue as the deep pockets between your teeth and gums makes room for more bacteria and tartar deposits.

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Biopsy Treatment

An oral biopsy is a medical procedure when a small portion of your problematic gum tissue is extracted to examine at the laboratory, which confirms the diagnosis and severity of your gum disease. This procedure is usually done under local anesthesia and it is a short process of about 15 minutes from start to finish, including the stitches after extraction. The stitches take about 2 weeks to dissolve.

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Biopsy
Biopsy

Frenectomy

Frenectomy is a simple dental surgery performed to remove one or more soft tissues in the mouth called frenula/frenulum. This procedure is mostly done to improve and evade aesthetic difficulties while eating or talking like tongue -tie and ensures better oral health. When this procedure is performed under the tongue is called lingual frenectomy and a frenectomy done inside the lips is called a labia frenectomy.

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