Cosmetic & Periodontal Treatments

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  • Show off an attractive smile
  • Keep your attractive smile by repairing gum damage
  • Sedation is available to ease your anxiety
Save Your Smile With Cosmetic & Periodontal Gum Treatments in Cave Creek

Save Your Smile With Cosmetic & Periodontal Gum Treatments in Cave Creek

Healthy and attractive gums are the foundation of a stunning smile. At Aesthetic Family Dentistry, our team offers cosmetic and periodontal gum treatments in Cave Creek to enhance the health and appearance of your gums. Whether you’re seeking to treat gum disease, reshape your gumline for a more symmetrical smile, or addressing a “gummy” appearance, our solutions will:

  • Improve your oral health and reduce your risk of tooth loss
  • Boost your self-confidence and overall self-esteem
  • Ensure you have fresher breath and a healthier appearance
  • Reduce your risk of systemic health issues linked to gum disease
  • Give you comfortable & customized treatments with lasting results

Call 480-420-9562 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Russell Roderick. A member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, he has extensive experience in cosmetic dentistry. He completed a Smile Design curriculum from the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum, a world-renowned dental training organization.

Discover the Power of Healthy & Beautiful Gums

Your gums play an essential part in the health and appearance of your smile. When your gums are healthy, they offer a strong foundation for your teeth and protect them from harmful bacteria. The beauty of your gums can impact the overall appearance of your smile. Uneven, excessive, or receding gums can create a disproportionate or unhealthy look.

During a consultation, Dr. Roderick will discuss treatments to get your gums in top condition. He may recommend:

  • Gum Disease Treatment – Our team will provide thorough deep cleaning treatments, also known as scaling and root planing, to eliminate harmful bacteria and restore your gum health. This non-surgical procedure involves carefully removing plaque and tartar buildup below the gumline and smoothing the root surfaces to promote healthy gum reattachment.
  • Cosmetic Gum Treatments – Your dentist offers advanced cosmetic gum treatments to enhance the appearance of your smile. Our gum reshaping procedure will create a gumline that is more balanced and symmetrical. If you have a “gummy” smile, your dentist will remove excess tissue and reveal more of your natural tooth structure.

No matter which treatments you pursue, you can opt for sedation to eliminate your anxiety. Your dentist will review which type of sedation is ideal for you based on your needs.

Call 480-420-9562 for cosmetic and periodontal gum treatments in Cave Creek. You can also ​​schedule online.

Common Questions About Cosmetic & Periodontal Gum Treatment
Is gum reshaping painful?

We do everything we can to make this treatment (and our many other treatments) as pain-free as they can be. We offer local anesthetic along with three levels of dental sedation to block pain during your procedure. We’ll also advise you on what to do as you recover, so you have as little pain as possible.

How much does gum reshaping cost?

Each patient is unique and every case is different, so it is hard to give an exact price on your gum reshaping procedure. We encourage you to come into our office for a consultation so we can examine you and develop a treatment plan. Then we will be able to give you a price on your treatment, and you’ll have the information you need to make a good decision.

What causes gum disease?

Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is an infection caused by bacteria in your mouth. Bacteria form a clear, sticky film called plaque that builds up around your gumline, leading to inflamed and infected gums. Left untreated, the infection causes your gums to separate from teeth, creating “pockets” where more bacteria accumulate. In advanced stages of gum disease, the infection spreads from your gums to the bone that supports your teeth. Your teeth will loosen and possibly fall out.