Periodontal Gum Surgery also Known as Periodontal Plastic Surgery is designed to restore form and function to the gum tissue, periodontal ligament, and the bone that supports your teeth or an individual tooth.
Periodontal Disease is diagnosed when gingival or gum tissue attachment to the teeth is abnormal and bone changes may be evident through x rays.
Periodontal Disease does not always respond to conservative measures taken before and after diagnosis. While surgery may be necessary in the end, knowing what steps you can take to prevent disease from forming and from progressing is very important.
When periodontal disease is detected, you will first be recommended for a few behavioral changes including an enhanced oral hygiene program quitting smoking and possibly some additional lifestyle changes.
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