Periodontics

About Periodontal Plastic Surgery

Like the cosmetic plastic surgery which is an option to enhance facial esthetics, your periodontal gums are part of the smile esthetics. They enhance your smile and provide beautiful contouring to the teeth. However, as the periodontal disease progress and there is a loss of gum tissues, the teeth become less esthetic. 

There are options to enhance the gingival tissue health and periodontal health through procedures called periodontal plastic surgery. These procedures include but not limited to connective tissue graft, laser gingivectomy, crown lengthening, and alloderm.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants are a procedure available at Sonrisas Dental Center. Dental implants are the ideal solution to replacing one or more missing teeth. Here at Sonrisas Dental Center, we can help you get that confident smile back once again. Dr. Cruz can offer you a permanent and aesthetic tooth replacement that will make you feel like you have your own tooth back again.

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Tissue Graft

There are options to enhance the gingival tissue health and periodontal health through procedures called periodontal plastic surgery. These procedures include but not limited to connective tissue graft, laser gingivectomy, crown lengthening, and alloderm. 

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Extractions

Tooth extraction, also known as tooth removal, is a procedure available at our dental clinic in Sonrisas Dental Center Orthodontics and Periodontics. When a tooth has suffered significant damage, or is at risk of damaging other teeth or your gums, and can’t be fixed with restorative treatment, it may need to be extracted. 

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Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is emerging as one of the most widespread and costly health issues in the USA. OSA is known to affect more than 18 million Americans, including children, 85% of whom are undiagnosed.* The disease is characterized by upper airway obstruction, associated with repeated gaps in breathing and interrupted sleep. OSA is known to raise a person’s risk of serious medical problems such as heart attack, stroke, and depression.

 

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