Gums Surgery

In some cases of gum disease and other structural problems, gum surgery may be necessary.

When the nature of the problem is located in time and treated as soon as possible, gum disease can be solved with a very simple and quick treatment, so it is critical not to neglect it. The world of dentistry has advanced greatly in recent years and today offers advanced and high-quality solutions, even in more complex and difficult situations that require various types of gums surgery.

If you too are in a situation where you need periodontal surgery but want to get both the best treatment and also pay a reasonable and possible amount for you – keep reading and contact Easy Dent today!

It is very important to take the issue of gum surgery seriously, just like any other surgery. This is because all the actions typical of a normal invasive medical procedure are involved here: local anesthesia, appropriate tools, recovery period, various risks, and so on. This is why it is very important to go through all these procedures within a customized institution that has all the necessary conditions for that, including the staff, equipment, sterile environment, and so on.

Within the framework of Easy Dent's service, it is possible to undergo various periodontal treatments, including the most complex surgeries, under optimal conditions and with the required recovery period and proper follow-up. All this at reasonable and affordable prices.

When is gums surgery required?

Gum's health is critical to the health of our teeth and their proper functioning. The gums are the tissue located on the jawbones to which the teeth attach. In the context of periodontal surgery, several types of surgeries and treatment categories can be defined, for example:

One of the common reasons for gums surgery is bone grafting as a preliminary procedure for a standard dental implant. But beyond that, surgery is sometimes required to deal with injuries and trauma, drain inflammatory areas, and more. The decision to perform change analysis is usually made after the attempt to perform root planning has not helped. This procedure makes it possible to clean the roots of the tooth and ensure that the process of damaging the gums is stopped.

Types of invasive gums surgery

The periodontal surgery can be divided into four main types:

Inhibitory Surgery – The purpose of these surgeries is to stop the destructive process that takes place in the gums, in order to break down the harmful bacterial layer that is deep below the roots of the teeth.
Regenerative surgeries – These surgeries are required after severe gum retraction and are required to prevent tooth loss. The process involves bone grafting and the use of a substance that encourages tissue regeneration in the remaining part of the gums.
Transplant surgery – These are the most complex types of surgery. Usually, the tissue of the person himself taken from the inner palate area is used. It is worth noting that this is one of the most complex procedures in periodontics that requires extensive experience, extensive experience, and, of course, a proper work environment.
Surgical procedures in the gums for aesthetic reasons.

There are also surgeries that are performed on the gums and whose nature and type are different, but these are less common. In many cases, one therapeutic step before deciding on gums surgery will be the deep cleaning of the teeth and planning of the roots, with or without concomitant antibiotic treatment. If this option does not yield desired results and the problem remains, the treating staff will seek to progress to surgical treatment.

In terms of the nature of the surgeries themselves, gum surgeries include gum implant surgeries, surgery to cover the tooth roots in severe cases of receding gums, reduction of gum pockets through surgery or alternatively through the insertion of special materials, artificial bone grafting, or gums line extension and gum alignment.

The type of surgery, how it is performed and other therapeutic aspects are very individual to each case and complete customization is performed for the specific patient. It is very important to conduct a comprehensive and professional situation assessment and to build a detailed treatment plan in accordance with the best refinements and knowledge in the field. Sometimes the patient will be required to perform sinus lift surgery, so it is very important to correctly diagnose the patient just as before any standard medical procedure.

Is it possible to undergo periodontal surgery abroad?

All areas of dentistry have developed most significantly in recent years, so everything needed for proper surgery can be found in various countries around the world. In order to go through the process professionally, one must rely on reliable experts in the field, those who will make it possible to perform all the treatments with proper translations, with accurate photographs, and with comprehensive and professional work that will ensure a healthy oral cavity over time.

What happens after gums surgery?

It is very common that after gums surgery antibiotic treatment is given to prevent infections in the patient’s area. There are surgeries, such as bone grafts, for example, in which the development of infection may lead to the failure of the treatment and the need to repeat it – so the matter is essential and important. Recovery times from surgery vary from person to person and of course depend on the nature of the surgery and its complexity, but you can expect the first days with some discomfort and return to routine after about a week, full recovery may take several months and depend on the case. Teeth to improve the aesthetics of the mouth and so on.

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