Periodontics is a highly specialized area of dentistry that treats the area "around" a tooth, including gums, bone and supporting ligaments. Most common periodontal services consist of scaling and root planing ("deep cleaning"), crown lengthening and dental implants.
Crown Lengthening for Tooth Restoration When a tooth breaks, or if there is serious rot, the staying solid tooth range is diminished and this can influence the potential for fruitful tooth rebuilding. With crown stretching, a greater amount of the tooth's surface will be uncovered and this will go about as a grapple for future remedial work, for example, crowns, polishes, or more.
Your gums need no less than 2mm of tooth surface region to bond with keeping in mind the end goal to avoid caught sustenance and other potential issues. In the event that part of a tooth is missing or if the rot is too profound, there won't not be a sufficient crown to work with. In circumstances like this, crown stretching is utilized to reproduce the required measure of uncovered tooth so that remedial dental techniques won't debilitate or tumble off.