“Periodontal plastic surgery” is a broad umbrella term used to describe a number of different procedures and treatments aimed at eliminating and reversing gum disease and other complications relating to the soft tissues of the mouth. At Woodbridge Periodontal and Implant Center in Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA, acclaimed periodontist Dr. Ahmad Hawasli specializes in crown lengthening (also known as tooth lengthening) procedures that reshape the teeth and gums into a naturally suitable aesthetic that brilliantly complements each patient’s unique facial features. Our full range of treatments can correct gummy smiles, uneven gumlines, and even severe receding gums due to advanced stage periodontitis.
Millions of Americans suffer from gum recession, in which the soft tissue of the oral cavity begins to recede and erode away. This can be the result of inflammation-related gum disease (periodontitis), impact trauma, or complications relating to the buildup of bacteria-containing plaque and tartar. Contrarily, millions more suffer from excessive gum exposure, in which the gumline extends beyond a normal limit, covering up the surface of the teeth (often referred to as a “gummy smile”).
At our state-of-the-art periodontal center in Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA, Dr. Ahmad Hawasli offers specialized treatments in crown lengthening, soft tissue grafting and other periodontal plastic surgery procedures that help correct gums that are too large or too small. If you’re self-conscious about your smile due to an uneven gumline, these treatments can help. Call our Fairfax & Woodbridge, VA office today and schedule a consultation to learn more about our periodontal treatments and how they can help craft a stunning, brand-new smile that you’ll be proud to show off! To help with the cost of crown lengthening, we offer a dental financing options, and we offer a complete range of sedation options to help make your procedure as efficient, affordable and comfortable as possible. Call us today for full details!
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