Soft Tissue Periodontics - Campbell, CA

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We Treat Your Soft Tissues Kindly

Often when we think about a healthy smile, our teeth come to mind. Although your teeth take center stage, your soft tissues perform vital functions that are lesser considered. Your gums are a natural barrier that protects your teeth and their roots from invading infections. Gums provide your smile security and stability. If you happen to have too little or too much soft tissue you might feel self-conscious about your overall smile appearance. If you’re mindful of the wellbeing of your gums, our experienced dentist at Campbell Smile provides soft tissue periodontal treatments that are personalized to your oral needs. Whether you’d like to consult with us over a frenectomy or gum recontouring in Campbell, CA we have the expertise you need to restore function and confidence in your gumline.

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Gum Recontouring

When there is an excess of gum tissue covering your teeth it can make teeth appear small or short, this is often referred to as a “gummy” smile. With precise care, we’ll shape your gum tissue and remove any unnecessary bone around your teeth to create better smile symmetry. Improving your tooth-to-gum ratio can truly transform your smile aesthetics and therefore your confidence. Soft tissue recontouring, crown lengthening, and gingivectomy procedures are offered at Campbell Smile to rebalance your smile.



That thin tissue connecting your lip to your gums or your tongue to the bottom of your mouth is called a frenulum. When these tissues are too taut, you may have difficulty speaking or eating which leads to conditions commonly known as tongue-tie or lip-tie. A frenectomy in Campbell, CA is a procedure that releases the tissue restriction, freeing you to more open oral mobility.


Gum Grafting

When gums begin to recede (or pull away) from the teeth, you’ll notice a change in appearance and physical sensitivity. A gum grafting procedure will restore the gum tissue to where it should be. The replacement tissue is usually sourced from another location in your mouth. This gum tissue graft will then fuse with your existing gums, alleviating sensitivity restoring consistency in the shape of your gumlines.

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