The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics, founded by Dr. Robert Levine, specializes in implant surgical placement, regenerative and reconstructive periodontal procedures and oral plastic surgery, including osseous surgery (or resective surgery). Osseous gum surgery is the technique of trimming away infected gum tissue and re-contouring the uneven bone and tissue while removing bacterial toxins from root surfaces. Osseous surgery, performed by The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics in Philadelphia, involves small access incisions along the necks of the teeth are made under a local anesthetic.
Dr. Levine is a renowned and respected periodontist in Philadelphia, with surgical solutions for all of your dental needs in the Pennsylvania area. When periodontal disease is advanced, it may result in damaged gum tissue or bone loss, for which there are surgical solutions that can be used to restore the tissue and the bone. These procedures are sure to rapidly improve in the future with advances in biotechnology. Osseous surgery is offered for patients who are in need of periodontal care in the Philadelphia, PA area, with surgical offices located right in the center of Philadelphia. Dr. Levine and his staff of trained osseous surgery professionals are able to perform osseous gum surgery in approximately an hour at The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics facilities in Philadelphia, PA.
Many people consider teeth to be the most important element of a smile, but gums and gingival tissue are just as vital when it comes to overall dental health. With the unmatched professionalism of Dr. Levine and advances in periodontics, gum tissue can be corrected to match beautiful white teeth perfectly. Osseous gum surgery allows patients to live their lives confidently again and proudly show off their smiles. The care and services provided by Dr. Levine and the staff at The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Implants and Periodontics in Philadelphia stand out from the crowd, especially when it comes to surgical solutions for periodontal problems such as osseous surgery.
For more information on osseous surgery, contact Dr. Levine today.