Fiberotomy (Supracrestal Fiberotomy)

Your teeth are connected to the gums by gingival fibers that act as elastic bands to position the teeth in your gums. After a patient has had their teeth orthodontically altered, Dr. Reynolds may need to perform a fiberotomy to release existing fibers from the newly adjusted teeth in order to prevent the teeth from rotating back to their original positions in the gums. After the old fibers are released, new fibers will grow with the new positioning of the teeth to ensure that the new teeth and gums are aligned properly.

WHY Reynolds oral and facial surgery?

Reynolds Oral and Facial Surgery is one of the best oral and facial surgery teams around. With more than 20 years of experience and extensive training, we know what it takes to make sure your procedure runs smoothly. Dr. Reynolds and Dr. Gresehover have a keen eye for detail and strive to make sure to answer any questions you may have. Our team understands that medical procedures can be very nerve-racking experiences which is why we make sure you are comfortable and have the best experience possible. We also invest heavily in the most advanced surgical technology available ensuring you get the best results possible.