Orthodontic Extrusion Lower Bucks County

Lower Bucks County Orthodontic Extrusion Needs

Dr. Robert Levine and his professional staff are well versed in the treatment of orthodontic extrusion, during which a cosmetic outcome is desired from this crown lengthening technique. The dental procedure of orthodontic extrusion is used primarily where a tooth has decayed or fractured below the gum line. At the Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics, the talented team of professionals ensure that the orthodontic brackets are bonded from the tooth to be treated to adjacent teeth. Upon completion, a minimally invasive surgical procedure is done to adjust the gum and bone level on only the tooth being treated. Prior to a crown being placed, the entire procedure may take two to four months or more to complete in total. This procedure converts a three tooth procedure into a single tooth procedure, which maintains esthetics and gingival symmetry.

The Importance of Orthodontic Extrusion

Performed by Dr. Levine and the professionals at The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics, orthodontic extrusion is incredibly important for patients who are seeking the confidence that comes with a happy, healthy smile and gums. By adjusting the fractured or decayed tooth, the cosmetic dentists are able to provide patients with the smile they always wanted, by simply performing a minimally invasive orthodontic extrusion or orthodontic treatment.

Sit Back and Relax at Our Friendly Lower Bucks County Location

Whether you need general orthodontic treatment or a more complex orthodontic extrusion, the dental offices of The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics, are dedicated to assuring patients that they receive the latest technologies and techniques in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The patients of Dr. Levine can take comfort in knowing that they will receive the most advanced orthodontic treatment and periodontal care in the Lower Bucks County area. For more information, contact Dr. Levine today.