Periodontal surgery repositions the gingiva to remove periodontal pockets that contain scale and bacteria. Once the treatment is completed, a very rigorous follow-up is essential. Treatments must continue during a person’s whole life in order to ensure the treatment’s maximum effectiveness.
When the degradation of the teeth’s supporting tissues (gums, bone and peritoneal ligament) is too advanced, deep lesions appear. Tissue regeneration becomes necessary to overcome bone loss and control periodontal disease.
Other surgical services