Enhancing Your Smile with Cosmetic Periodontics

Healthy gums are an important part of your beautiful smile. Dr. Indech is an expert in maintaining the optimum health of your gums as well as their Esthetics.

Do you have a gummy smile?

A smile is said to be ‘gummy’ if a significant amount of upper gingival tissue (gum tissue) is exposed when laughing or smiling. This gives the effect of the upper teeth being too short, and can make sufferers feel self-conscious.

Ideally your smile should reveal very little gum, and visible tissue should look balanced and even in contrast with your upper lip. Your smile will depend on the shape of your teeth and their size, as well as the shape and size of your lips. Fortunately, a gummy smile is something that can be corrected through cosmetic periodontal treatment.

Procedures: Esthetic Crown Lengthening & Gingival Contouring

Before
After

Cosmetic Crown Lengthening & Gingival Contouring

Post Orthodontic Swollen Gums
One Week Post Gum Reduction Surgery

Surgical Correction of Post-Orthodontic Hyperplasia

Excess Gum Exposure and Over-Eruption
Following Cosmetic Gum Lift and Veneers

Surgical and Restorative Correction of Excess Gum and Extrusion

Do you have roots exposed by gum recession?

Gum recession can expose tooth roots and show more of your teeth than normal. Longer looking teeth and exposed tooth roots give an "old" appearance to your smile. Some people cover their mouths when they smile for this very reason.

Normally gum tissue surrounds and protects the delicate roots of your teeth. Exposed tooth roots are prone to tooth decay, root canals, discoloration and actual jawbone loss. All of this can lead to tooth loss in advanced cases.

Procedures: Soft Tissue Grafting

Before
After

Subepithelial Connective Tissue Grafting For Root Coverage

Pre Treatment Recession
Gingival Graft with Some Root Coverage

Gingival Graft to Augment Deficient Attached Gingiva

Do you have missing teeth?

Dental implants are regarded as the preferred approach for replacement of missing teeth as they preserve bone structure and allow you to comfortably and effectively. 

Learn more about Dental Implants.

X-ray Of Implant Crown
Clinical Photo of Implant Crown

Replacing a Single Anterior Tooth with an Implant Crown

3 Single Tooth Implants
X-ray of Single Tooth Molar Replacement

Replacing a Single Anterior Tooth with an Implant Crown

X-ray Of Implant Crown
Clinical Photo of Implant Crown

Replacing a Single Posterior Tooth with an Implant Crown

Clinical Photo of Implant Crown
Clinical Photo of Implant Crown

Replacing a Single Posterior Tooth with an Implant Crown