Gum and Bone Grafting in Dallas
Correct Gum Recession to Improve Your Oral Health
Gums are a more intricate part of your oral health than you might perceive them to be. They do more than just frame your smile; they also protect the roots of your teeth and hold them firmly in place. Patients who are affected by gum recession see the damages in both the aesthetic appearance of their smile and the health of their teeth.
Gum recession occurs when the gums pull away from the teeth due to disease, bacteria, or improper oral care. This damage exposes the sensitive roots of the tooth, leaving them vulnerable to further damage and eventually, tooth loss. Gum tissue does not grow back naturally when affected by gum recession, which is why we offer a professional gum grafting treatment to restore your smile. As a board-certified periodontist. Dr. Brock Lynn has the education and experience necessary to restore your beautiful smile and protect your teeth for years to come.
To schedule a complimentary consultation and learn about whether gum and bone grafting is right for you, or if you require another one of our treatments, call our office in Dallas today at (972) 954-4434. You can also contact us online through the form below.
Common causes of gum recession include:
- Gum disease
- Teeth grinding and clenching
- Genetic history or recession
- Poor oral hygiene
- Tobacco use
- Aggressive brushing and flossing
Signs you might require gum grafting include:
- Tooth sensitivity to hot or cold drinks
- Loose or mobile teeth
- Teeth that appear longer than usual
- Spaces forming between the teeth
- Tooth discoloration near the gums
How Does Gum Grafting Work?
Our gum grafting treatments are time-tested and proven to protect your smile from the negative effects of gum recession. When performing gum grafting treatments for cases of gum recession, we will cover your exposed tooth roots with graft material that is typically taken from the roof of the mouth or a donor source.
The graft material is then carefully sutured over the site of the gum recession to protect the tooth roots and restore balance to the gum line. After a brief period of healing, the gum tissue will blend seamlessly with your smile. For patients with dental anxiety, we offer relaxing sedation dentistry, which can help make the procedure as painless as possible.
Why Choose Lynn Dental Care?
Dr. Brock Lynn is trained and board-certified by the American Board of Periodontology and brings over 38 years of experience to the table. This allows him to provide the best results possible for gum grafting. Our team follows tested, academic-based treatment plans, and we have the knowledge to treat even the most severe cases of gum recession.
Dr. Lynn is also able to perform the minimally invasive Pinhole® Surgical Technique, which is a way to treat gum recession without the need for grafts, scalpels, or sutures. No matter what the best option for you might be, our team brings an unparalleled level of care and is committed to restoring the function and health of your mouth. You can rest assured that we will bring your smile to the best appearance and oral function possible.
To schedule a complimentary consultation and learn about whether gum and bone grafting is right for you, or if you require another one of our treatments, call our office in Dallas today at (972) 954-4434. You can also contact us online.
Conscious Sedation Available In-House
Relaxing Office Environment
Continuous Education for Our Team Members
Board-Certified in Dental Implants & Periodontics
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“Dr. Brock Lynn is very personable and that includes his team. He was very patient with me during my little tears session and got me taken care of in a very quick period of time.”- Roxanna J.
“My hygienist was completely covered in PPE and I felt safe. Healthy teeth are important to overall health and I’m glad I had a good experience during such an uncertain time.”- Jill T.
“I am impressed with the way they keep up with technology and advanced techniques that other dentists have either not learned about or not yet incorporated.”- Claire B.