Dental crown lengthening at Keene, NH area dental practice
At Monadnock Perio and Implant Center, it is our goal to help patients take charge of their oral health and wellness. Additionally, we work with patients who may have imperfections of the smile that they would like to address. One treatment offered at our facility is that of dental crown lengthening for patients in the community of Keene, NH.
What is soft tissue crown lengthening?
Crown lengthening is a treatment where a dental professional will reshape or recontour the gumline for aesthetic or restorative purposes. This treatment is done for many different reasons and is readily available for patients at Monadnock Perio and Implant Center. Below are just a few of the reasons why crown lengthening may be performed by Drs. Tae Kwon, Howard Yen and Rahul Tase:
- Restoration of damaged teeth by preparing the gumline for new restorations
- Addressing cosmetic appearance of excess gums which can correct a “gummy smile”
- Lengthen the appearance of a short tooth or teeth
- Reduce susceptibility of periodontal disease with unbalanced soft tissues
- Creating more space between the jawbone and a dental crown, preventing damage to the tissues and bone
- Even out the gumline after conditions such as periodontal disease
Is crown lengthening painful?
As with all dental treatments performed with Drs. Tae Kwon, Howard Yen and Rahul Tase, patients are comfortable from start to finish with proper anesthetics and sedation as needed. The treatment area will be numb to ensure patients do not experience any pain. There may be some slight discomfort for three to five days following the procedure, but this is mild and resolves on its own.
Are you seeking a dental practice with a mission to make a difference?
Drs. Tae Kwon, Howard Yen and Rahul Tase of Monadnock Perio and Implant Center work with Keene, NH area patients to help them achieve better oral health and wellness. They strive to offer continuity, long-term relationships, and the services individuals need to make a difference in their oral health and wellness. If you reside in the area and are interested in working with our team, contact our office by calling (603) 215-5800 to request a visit at our facility, conveniently located at 819 Court Street, Unit A. Our board-certified periodontists serve patients in the counties of Cheshire and Monadnock and welcome new patients and families.