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Crown Lengthening

Crown Lengthening

The “crown” of a tooth is that part that is above the gums. If you have a tooth that needs a cap but has broken off too close to the gum line, or perhaps your gums have grown too far up onto the surface of your teeth, your dentist will likely perform a crown lengthening or aesthetic crown lengthening procedure. Or if your gums have grown up in some places and are possibly receding in others, giving your teeth an irregular appearance, your dentist may recommend a gingival contouring procedure for your uneven gums. Learn More

Soft Tissue Grafting

Soft Tissue Grafting

When your gums recede, the nerves at the base of your teeth are exposed. This can cause discomfort, even pain, when hot or cold foods or beverages come in contact with these exposed nerves. Even if you are not affected by nerve sensitivity, receding gums will also make your teeth appear longer, which can give your smile an awkward or less appealing appearance. Learn More

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