Scaling and Root Planing
Scaling and root planing is performed in the advanced stages of gum disease to clean out bacteria from the gum pockets to promote optimal oral health.
Osseous surgery is often performed when scaling and root planing is unsuccessful, in order to remove decay, plaque, and tartar from deep gum pockets.
Crown lengthening is performed to reduce a gummy smile or create room for crowns, bridges, or another restoration piece.
Gum reshaping is performed to remove excess gum tissue to enhance your smile and reduce your chances of developing gum disease, tooth decay, and more.
Gum grafting is performed when the tooth roots are visible or the gumline is raised due to gum recession brought on by periodontal (gum) disease.
Bone grafting is often performed to strengthen the bones when the jawbone is not strong enough to support both the natural teeth and dental implants.
A sinus lift may be necessary if there's not enough room for a dental implant due to large sinuses or sinuses that are too close to the jawbone.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.