FORT LAUDERDALE DENTIST
​9 SW 17th St.

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

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786-355-4401

954-588-4671

MIAMI DENTIST
​10666 NW Fontainebleau Blvd.

Miami, FL 33172

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New Patients

All new patients receive a detailed treatment planning from our dentist explaining in detail all the procedures that we recommend.

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Why Choose Us


  • Many Insurance Plans Accepted
  • Multiple Locations
  • Special Pricing For Cash Paying Patients
  • Over 25 Years of Experience
  • Full-Service Family Practice

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (954) 588-4671

Reasons for crown lengthening

Crown lengthening is a versatile and common procedure that has many effective uses and benefits.  The vast majority of patients who have undergone this type of surgery are highly delighted with the results.

Here are some of the most common reasons for crown lengthening:


  • Restoration of damaged teeth – Periodontal disease can cause severe damage to the teeth, as can trauma and decay.  Where teeth have been broken beneath the gum line, crown lengthening can be used to prepare the area for a new restoration to correct the damaged teeth.
  • Cosmetic uses – Extra gum tissue can make teeth look unnaturally short, and also increase susceptibility to periodontal infections.  Removing excess gum tissue can restore a balanced, healthy look and thus improve the aesthetic appearance of the smile.
  • Dental crowns – Crown lengthening serves to provide more space between the supporting jawbone and dental crown.  This prevents the new crown from damaging gum tissues and bone once it is in place.



Dental Crown Lengthening

What is a Dental Crowns Lengthening ?

You may have asked your dentist about a procedures that could improve your "gummy" smile because your teeth appear to be very short.


Good News! Your teeth may actually be the proper lengths, but they're covered with too much gum tissue.


To correct this problem, your periodontist can perform a dental crown lengthening procedure that allows teeth to "look" bigger.

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