Gum surgery is a method to treat tooth roots and tartar formation on the tooth. At the same time, it is preferred to perform gingival surgery when the gingival line is not at a normal level.
With gum surgery;
Some Conditions That May Require Gum Surgery
Some Gum Operations:
Flap surgery is a method applied to eliminate or reduce the unhealthy tissue itself. In order to reach this tissue, a flap-like incision is made in the gingival tissue. This allows diseased tissue to be removed from inside the gum and helps to remove harmful plaque or calculus. This area is then closed.
Bone grafting is an important surgery. If you have missing teeth, some problems may also occur under your gum line. If there is no tooth in place, it creates a problem for bone growth. Losing more bone over time reduces tooth impact tissue, resulting in you being limited to dental prosthesis alternatives. However, thanks to bone graft surgery, implant treatment of many patients can be easily applied.